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Brytani Garnett, Regional Manager with COPE Health Solutions, oversees workforce development programs within the Southern California Adventist hospitals including Glendale Adventist Medical Center, Simi Valley Hospital and White Memorial Medical Center. She oversees operations across all sites, implements new service lines and value-add projects based on the client’s organizational goals, and identifies resources to enhance […]

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Health systems across the nation serving the Medicaid population have recognized the dynamic interplay between an individual’s social needs and their health. Medicaid and uninsured patients have frequent unmet needs related to behavioral health, substance abuse, housing, access to food, unemployment and other core health-related social needs. Emerging research has shown that the lack of […]

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Background: : Glendale Adventist Medical Center (GAMC) implemented the Health Scholar Program in March 2012. The program immerses aspiring pre-health professionals, including college students, career transitioners and veterans, into both clinical and administrative settings within health systems. The program provides structured experiential education and hands-on professional development. As stated in a previous article titled Community […]

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As healthcare delivery in the US matures from a fee-for-service payment model to one that incentivizes quality and outcomes through value-based-payments, coordinated redesign of clinical processes is foundational on the pathway towards transformation. Siloed care delivery must become a vestige of the past, and highly-integrated, patient-centric care must become the new focus in order to […]

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With data now available from the first three quarters of DSRIP, most Performing Provider Systems appear on track to collect the lion’s share of their first-year awards. Among the 25 PPSs, 12 were awarded all of their achievement values, or AVs. The worst-performing PPS, Advocate Community Providers, was on track to earn 93% of its AVs, according […]

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State of Reform
April 08, 2016

Redesigning our Workforce for 21st Century Care
Presenter: Leah Rosengaus, Director

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Hear from Cindy Ehnes, our Executive Vice President about what’s next for Medi-Cal 2020 implementation and financing. California’s health care leaders are already deep into thinking about how $7 billion from CMS can drive system-level change. So, State of Reform invited some voices from the trenches to talk about what implementation strategies they see emerging, […]

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Kelly Ochoa is a Regional Manager overseeing workforce development programs at St. Joseph Hospital of Orange and Kaiser Permanente Riverside. She is responsible for supervising program operations, working with her portfolio of clients to identify short-term and long-term health care talent needs and adding value through additional services and projects. In addition to her client […]

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The Letters of Intent for Next Generation Accountable Care Organization (NextGen ACO) model through the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI) are due May 2, 2016 for the program starting in 2017. Twenty-one participants nationwide will qualify for the NextGen ACO that builds upon the experience gained through the Medicare Shared Savings Program (MSSP) […]

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The U.S. Health Care landscape is shifting at an unprecedented pace.  Since implementation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), reimbursement policies and methodologies have undergone significant changes alarming providers (i.e., hospitals, health systems, physicians, allied health and post-acute providers/professionals across the country). 2015 was especially remarkable due to significant policy changes in […]

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