The 2018 Integrated Health Care (IHC) conference will focus on strategies and techniques to put the team in team-based health care. Recognizing that the highest functioning integrated care clinics are those that engage in interdisciplinary collaboration, this conference will focus on innovative approaches to developing the integrated care team. We will present innovative team-based approaches to integrated healthcare that address medical and behavioral conditions and focus on strategies that transform and coordinate management and clinical healthcare systems through team-based solutions.

Conference Goals

  • Describe the essentials of team-based integrated care
  • Identify innovative approaches to team-based care to promote the improvement of patient health outcomes.
  • Evaluate a breadth of advances that can facilitate improved communication, outcomes, and efficiencies in primary care teams.
  • Enhance interdisciplinary education and team-based training that support integrated behavioral healthcare
  • Identify workforce development needs and strategies

Continuing Education Credit

The conference is applying for attendees to earn up to 12.5 continuing education credits.

Conference Cost

  • General Conference Early Bird Price (does not include Pre-Conference): $299
  • Non-ASU Student Price (students enrolled in programs outside of ASU): $100
  • ASU Student Price*: $30
  • Monday's Pre-Conference Only: $45

Register Now!

All ASU DBH/MIHC students will be required to pay a $30 registration fee for this year’s conference. Those who attend the conference will be refunded their registration fee. Students who register but do not attend the conference or cancel with 7 business days’ notice will forfeit their $30 registration fee. All other ASU students will be required to the $30 registration fee.

Please visit the following website for a list of speakers and concurrent session descriptions.

 

Monday, March 5th, 2018

7:30 a.m. -8:30 a.m.Registration and Breakfast (Students Only) 
8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.DBH Student Pre-Conference (Students Only)
2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.Pre- Conference Session (Open to Public)
What is Integrated Behavioral Health Care?
Rodger Kessler, PhD, ABPP
Kari Stephens, PhD                               

 

Tuesday, March 6th, 2018

7:30 a.m. -9:00 a.m.Registration and Breakfast                                                       
9:00 a.m. -10:30 a.m.Opening Session and 
Creating High-Functioning Teams in Primary Care          
 Michael Parchman, MD, MPH                                     
10:45 a.m. -11:30 a.m.Concurrent Sessions
11:30 a.m. -12:00p.m.Lunch
12:00 p.m. -1:30 p.m.Toward Integrating Behavioral Health as
Part of Population-based Health Care
Mayo Clinic Panel: 
David K. Katzelnick, MD
Michael Bryan, M.D.
Kristi Stuckwisch, LCSW, LISAC
Moderated by: 
Rodger Kessler, PhD, ABPP                       
1:45 p.m. -2:30 p.m.Concurrent Sessions
2:45 p.m. -3:30 p.m.Concurrent Sessions
3:30 p.m. -4:30 p.m.Break/Career Fair
4:30 p.m. -6:00 p.m.           Reception

Wednesday, March 7th, 2018

7:30 a.m. -9:00 a.m.Registration and Breakfast 
9:00 a.m. -10:15amStudent Health Outreach for Wellness (SHOW)
Community Initiative & Integrated Care in Practice      
SHOW Provider Team                                     
10:30 a.m. -11:15 amConcurrent Sessions
11:15 a.m.-12:30 p.m.Lunch
12:45 p.m. -1:30 p.m.Concurrent Sessions
1:45 p.m. -2:30 p.m.Concurrent Sessions
2:45p.m.
- 4:00 p.m.
Choosing Patient-Reported Outcomes
and Measurement Methods for Team Based Health Care
John E. Ware, Jr., PhD

Monday (Pre-conference)

“What is Integrated Behavioral Health Care?”

We will present the results of applying Donebedian’s quality of care framework to team-based integrated behavioral health in primary care. We will discuss structure, process, and outcomes that need to be demonstrated within any integrated behavioral health of care in primary care, regardless of the integration model. Participants will be asked to critique our results and to generate strategies to apply them in their own settings.

Presenters: Kari Stephens, PhD & Rodger Kessler, PhD, ABPP

Tuesday Morning

Tuesday Morning
Presenter: Michael Parchman, MD, MPH
Senior Investigator, Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute
Director, MacColl Center for Health Care Innovation

Sponsored by Health Informations Management Systems

Health Information Management Systems

Tuesday Afternoon

Toward Integrating Behavioral Health as Part of Population-based Health Care

The panel will describe the Mayo Model of Community Care (MMoCC), initiative, the integrated behavioral care model, and the integrated pilot project at the outpatient clinic in Scottsdale. The panelists will then explore the facilitators and barriers to integrating behavioral health and the MMoCC program across the national Mayo system. Their experiences can offer guidance to the audience independent of the site and location of their own integration efforts.

Mayo Panelists:

  • David J. Katzelnick, M.D.
  • Michael Bryan, M.D.
  • Kristi Stuckwisch, LCSW, LISAC

Moderator: Rodger Kessler, PhD, ABPP

Wednesday Morning

SHOW & Integrated Care in Practice


The Student Health and Outreach for Wellness (SHOW) clinic has a unique approach to integrated primary care in practice. As a student run, completely volunteer clinic, the make-up of the interprofessional team depends on the professionals available. The healthcare professionals at SHOW work together to ensure patient needs are met by the professional best suited to meet their needs. For this session, the SHOW team will provide an overview of how the clinic is run, with examples of patient scenarios and Interprofessional contributions.

Presenters: Caitlin Cameron, PharmD, Sue Dahl- Popolizio, DBH, OTR/L, CHT, Liz Harrell DNP, PMHNP-BC,

Wednesday Afternoon

Choosing Patient-Reported Outcomes and Measurement Methods for Team Based Health Care

Greater understanding of the concept of patient-reported outcomes (PRO) and advances in survey measurement methods are making it practical to screen and monitor health from the patient point-of view and are making results more timely and useful to the health care team.  Conceptually, the summary measures of physical and emotional health and profiles of their underlying domains provide a blueprint for focusing the goals of patient care.  Understanding of the value of multiple behavioral, subjective and evaluative indicators of goal attainment is at an all-time high.  Methodologically, more practical adaptive surveys reduce respondent burden substantially while standardizing metrics for meaningful comparisons of results.  These methods also enable the amount of measurement, and thus score precision, to be better matched to the different requirements of group- and individual-level data.  In addition, measurement algorithms that automatically adapt to the complexity of multiple chronic conditions enable a more comprehensive picture of a patient’s total health.  Technology enables better integration of disease-specific and generic data in a dashboard display that allows health care teams to zoom in and out for information most useful in treatment decision-making and for evaluating effectiveness in the terms that matter most to patients.  The time is right to identify concepts worthy of quantification in a PRO core, to choose metrics worthy of standardization across health care settings, and to present PRO data in a way that minimizes distractions and makes results more actionable.

 

Closing Keynote: John E. Ware, Jr. PhD

Sponsorship Application

Diamond Package - $10,000 (FMV = $3,000) 

Limited to two sponsors.

  • Stage Acknowledgement during Opening General Session and Presentation (5 minutes to present).
  • Mobile App: co-branded on Splash Screen and title banner (exclusive).
  • Logo Placement (premium): website homepage (live link), mobile event app, brochure/program and printed materials*, event signage, and session room screen*.
  • Literature: inclusion of marketing materials about your company in the Attendee Packet and front desk welcome packet for attendees staying overnight at the hotel.
  • Premiums: opportunity to distribute premiums at registration desk.
  • Acknowledgment: Full page display (premium placement) in the final conference program (printed); box display on Conference promotional material; box display on mobile app and banner display on the website.
  • Exhibit Space: preferential placement, skirted table with 2 chairs and electrical/ internet access
  • Career Fair Booth: One table and two chairs at our career fair
  • Attendee List:  attendee listing with full contact information pre and post conference.
  • Registrations: five (5) for company associates; five (5) for clients plus five (5) scholarships for students (enrolled in a doctorate-level professional medical/health program).

Keynote Sponsor - $5,000 (FMV=$1,200)

Limited to two sponsors.

  • Stage Acknowledgement during Opening Session and Keynote Introduction.
  • Logo Placement on: website homepage (live link), brochure/program and printed materials*, event signage and session room screen*.
  • Literature: Inclusion of marketing documents about your company in the Attendee Packet.
  • Premiums: Opportunity to distribute premiums during the Keynote Session.
  • Acknowledgment: half-page display in the final conference program (printed); box display on the mobile app and listing on IHC event website.
  • Exhibit Space: preferential placement, skirted table with 2 chairs and electrical/internet access
  • Career Fair Booth: One table and two chairs at our career fair
  • Attendee List:  attendee listing with full contact information pre and post conference.
  • Registrations:  two (2) for company associates and two (2) for clients.

Lunch Sponsor - $2,500 (FMV=$1,200)

Limited to two sponsors.

  • Stage Acknowledgement prior to lunch (5 minutes to present)
  • Logo Placement on: website homepage (live link), brochure/program and printed materials*, event signage and session room screen*.
  • Literature: Inclusion of marketing documents about your company in the Attendee Packet.
  • Premiums: Opportunity to distribute premiums at lunch.
  • Acknowledgment: half-page display in the final conference program (printed); box display on the mobile app and listing on IHC event website.
  • Exhibit Space: preferential placement, skirted table with 2 chairs and electrical/internet access.
  • Career Fair Booth: One table and two chairs at our career fair
  • Attendee List:  attendee listing with full contact information pre and post conference.
  • Registrations:  two (2) for company associates and two (2) for clients.

Reception Station Sponsor - $1,000 (FMV= $700)

Limited to five sponsors (may buy-out event for $5,000).

  • Logo Placement on: brochure/program and printed materials*, event signage, and session room screen*.
  • Literature: Inclusion of marketing documents about your company in the Attendee Packet.
  • Acknowledgment: quarter page display in the final conference program (printed); listing on Conference promotional material and on the IHC event website.
  • Literature: Inclusion of marketing documents about your organization in the Attendee Packet
  • Exhibit Space: skirted table with 2 chairs and electrical/internet access
  • Career Fair Booth: One table and two chairs at our career fair
  • Attendee List:  Attendee listing with full contact information pre- and post-conference.
  • Registrations:  one (1) for company associate plus one (1) Reception Ticket. 

Exhibitor- $500 (FMV= $500)

Limited to 10 exhibitors. Stations will be available throughout the two-day conference. Space will be purchased, and will not be considered a charitable donation. 

  • Exhibit Space: skirted table with 1 chair.
  • Listing in Final Conference Program and on event website.

Student Sponsor – various levels

The College of Health Solutions’ Doctor of Behavioral Health Program is committed to providing this enriching learning opportunity to its students free of charge. Please consider a donation to support the cost of student attendance. We would like to recognize your generosity by listing your name or company logo in the final conference program and on the event website.

  • Guru $1,200 – eight students (Comes with one(1) free two-day registration) (FMV = $299)
  • Teacher $600 – four students (FMV = $0)
  • Mentor $300 – two students (FMV = $0)
  • Guide $150 – one student (FMV = $0)

Career Fair Booth - $250

Limited space available. The Career Fair will be approximately one hour and will take place on March 6, 2018, prior to the networking reception. Space will be purchased, and will not be considered a charitable donation.

  • The opportunity to advertise and recruit over 100 students during our career fair during one night.
  • Listing in Final Conference Program and on the event website.

 

Sponsorship Application

Please contact Abby Elsener at Abigail.Elsener@asu.edu or 602-496-1341 for more information. 

Picture of DoubleTree Scottsdale ResortOfficial Conference Hotel

Doubletree Scottsdale Resort
5401 N. Scottsdale Rd.
Scottsdale, AZ 85250
480-947-5400

Hotel Website | Location on Google Maps

Use Group Code: ABR for our group rate of $229.

 

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