Lunch & Learn: Utilizing Telemedicine to Enhance Outcomes for Breastfeeding Women
Presenters: Michele Clark, Lauren Majors, Maria Szeszol
Infant mortality is a key indication of the overall health and effectiveness of a health care system. Indiana is the seventh worst state in terms of infant mortality and has a death rate 20% higher than the national average. Thirty-three counties in Indiana are classified as a "maternity desert" with either no hospital or no OB services. There are many factors to this complex issue; however, by providing access to both prenatal and postnatal care many of these deaths could be preventable. This presentation will identify the strengths of telemedicine and endorse its use in programs that are diligently working to improve Indiana’s state outcomes.
Lunch & Learn - Identifying Grant Opportunities for Substance & Opioid Use Disorders
Cody Mullen, PhD, Indiana Rural Health Association
The country is currently working hard to address the opioid and now substance use disorder epidemic. In order to address this growing public health concern, a lack of financial resources is one of the biggest barriers for prevention, treatment, and recovery efforts. Federal, state and local government grant opportunities may provide some relief to offset this barrier. Attend this Lunch & Learn to hear from Dr. Cody Mullen, IRHA’s Policy, Research, and Development Officer, on how to identify grant opportunities, how to understand the requirements to apply for and then deliver the grant, and supports throughout the state during this process.
TITLE: Opioid Use Disorder - An Overview
PRESENTER: Jennifer Hutchens, PsyD, HSPP
∙Explain a brief history of the rise of opioids.
∙Explain the social impact of opioid crisis.
∙Explain the medical care impact of the opioid crisis.
∙Explain the financial impact of the opioid crisis.
∙Explain the treatment for Opioid Use Disorder.
Dr. Jennifer Hutchens is a passionate practitioner-scholar in the field of clinical psychology who divides her time between clinical practice, training and consulting. In her clinical practice, she delivers Motivational Interviewing (MI), cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and other evidence-based treatments to adult and adolescent clients with a wide range of emotional, behavioral, and adjustment problems, such as anxiety, stress, depression, and addictions. Dr. Hutchens is part of a multi-disciplinary team in a medical office focusing on the holistic treatment pain management, in addition to being CEO of Hutchens & Associates, LLC. In her consulting work, she has provided supervision and training to clinicians and other providers as they acquired skills to deliver services in an ethical and effective manner. She regularly provides workshops and seminars and has trained over 300 individuals in the last three years in various topics such as Motivational Interviewing, communication effectiveness, working with substance use disorder and severe mental illness, psychological assessment, and parenting. Dr. Hutchens is active in state and national government and is a member of the APA and IPA. She has taught adjunct at Indiana State University in Terre Haute, Indiana for both the Psychology Department and PsyD program.
Presenters: Desmond Atem, Lara Kish, Katie Lugar, Mitchell Western & MacKenzie Whitene
Description: Recent increases in the use of e-cigarettes are driving increases in tobacco product use among youth. Further, young people who use e-cigarettes are four times more likely to use combustible cigarettes. This presentation discusses the correlation between current e-cigarette trends and usage in rural Indiana, clarifies the correlation between web/news trends with recent health outcomes, and identifies factors for increased use of e-cigarettes among the youth.
Presenter: Deana Haworth, APR
This presentation will give senior leaders and marketers for healthcare organizations the tools to more effectively connect and engage with rural audiences.
*Have a better understanding of the outreach environment for rural poor communities
*Better understanding how research Impacts rural poor communities.
*Gain Insights into why our suggested approach has been successful.
Topic: Working through the Challenges of Scaling Up (Without All the Drama)"
Presenter: Patrick Frazier
Learning Objectives: To gain a greater understanding of the overall health of their organization in the four key areas essential to current and future business vitality and success.
Lunch & Learn: It's About TIME! Share and Care to Get Us There Together
Nicole Webb -RN, MSN, CEN
Julie Bickers -RN, BSN
Panel Discussion presenting a combined total of greater than 150 years of successful clinical and administrative experience in healthcare. The discussion is intended to include interactive sharing with audience in hopes of encouraging development of professional and psychological resilience as we work together in creation of our seamless trauma care safety net. From Grassroots to Global.
Presenter: Dr. Gina Forrest, MPH
In this session, participants will learn to identify micro aggressions and learn ways to modify their speech to avoid causing negative harm to those you're speaking with.
-Define the terms micro aggression s and micro affirmations
-Identify ways to respond to micro aggressions
-Explore the outcomes associated when someone experiences micro aggressions
Lunch and Learn: Real Estate Challenges & Solutions Unique to Rural Healthcare
Presenters: Ross Goyer & Robert Whitacre from Cornerstone Companies, Inc.
Industry experts will guide attendees through case studies and industry research to highlight healthcare real estate market challenges & practical solutions that will achieve health system goals.
TITLE: Medication Assistance Treatment for Opiate Use Disorder
SPEAKER: Randy Stevens, MD
∙Learn about the medications used.
∙Understand the prevalence of Opiate Use Disorder.
∙Review the history of the current Opiate Use epidemic.
Randy Stevens, MD, is a board certified family medicine physician and addiction medicine physician . He has provided MAT since 2003 in his practice and at Hamilton Center, the local mental health center . He is a graduate of Duke University and Indiana University School of Medicine . He is active in the teaching of medical students and residents and other health care professionals.
Lunch & Learn
Title: Pain Population Management: The Non-MAT Prescription
Presenter: Nicole Heath (Project Associate at Richard G. Lugar Center for Rural Health
Approach to managing patients seeks to decrease opioid use in rural areas where OTPs are uncommon. Learn a cost-effective to Improve QoL using a MAT alternative.
Lunch & Learn: Indiana' Pediatric Readiness Facility Recognition Program & The National Pediatric Readiness Project: Making pediatrics a priority
Lunch & Learn: Indiana' Pediatric Readiness Facility Recognition Program & The National Pediatric Readness Projest: Making pediatrics a priority
Presenter: Margo Knefelkamp, MBA- Program Manager, Indiana Emergency Medical Services for Children
Description: Understand key aspects of Indiana's Pediatic Facility Recognition Program and the NPRP to allow them to improve care for children.
Objective 1: Discuss the current state of pediatric emergency care in the United States and Indiana's Program.
Objective 2: Discuss the National Pediatric Readiness Project and the assessment launching in June 2020.
Objective 3: Discuss the resource document tying improved pediatric readiness with decreased mortality.
Title: Inside the Hack:
Presenter: Bruce McCully
How Hackers Are Breaking Into Networks and Why A Ransomware Attack Has Been The Lynch Pin In Hospital And Clinic Closures.
*To beat a hacker you have got to start thinking like one. By looking at your systems through the eyes of a hacker, you will be better equipped at protecting you facility from growing cyber-attacks.