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WEBINAR: Transforming clinical practices to promote population health and improve workforce retention

On August 11, the Center for Health Policy at Brookings will host a one hour informative webinar that will highlight two high performing organizations’ approaches to transforming clinical care using the front-line healthcare workforce and how their efforts have enhanced retention, productivity and their ability to provide high quality care to large populations. The webinar will explore the use of a transformed front-line medical workforce to achieve the “Triple Aim” (improving the patient experience of care, improving the health of populations, and reducing the per capita cost of health care); examine the impact of population health efforts (such as ACOs and medical neighborhoods); and discuss how enhancing ambulatory care productivity can help advance a culture of health.

Attendees should register if they are interested in: 

  • Innovative workforce models 
  • Population health efforts 
  • Delivery system reforms that promote a culture of health

Register to watch this live webinar »  Registration is required.


Introductory Remarks and Presentation


Tom Strong

Senior Program Officer - The Hitachi Foundation

Guest Presenters

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