The Medical Fitness Association and EIM-ACSM presents a pre-conference workshop:
"Community Care Collaboratives, MFA Relevance and Revenue"
· Establishing health system relationships
· Preparing for Collaborative involvement
· Prevention and intervention revenue
Community Care is that emerging space extending the reach of Health Systems into the communities they serve for the delivery of chronic disease care programs by trained and quality trusted health professionals in accessibly safe point-of-care, lower cost community settings (MFA facilities). With 86% of U.S. healthcare costs attributable to chronic diseases, it is imperative that Health Systems have the ability to slow, stop or even reverse the progression of chronic diseases. This workshop will discuss how to connect with Health System leadership using a Collaborative Roadmap for linking Clinical Care with Community Care. Also, how to prepare your facility and staff to coordinate clinical referrals for chronic disease care with a Health Behavior Change Framework. Then, explore the revenue opportunities for delivering care prevention, intervention care and care management programs.
Continuing Education Credits:
This workshop has been approved for 4 hours of industry standard CEC's for: ACSM, AKTA, BOC-AT. Certificate of Attendance is also available upon request.
$99 per person
Phil Trotter, B.S., leads the Exercise is Medicine® (EIM) on-the-ground Network Builders Team to integrate physical activity as a standard component of intervention care, prevention care, and care management programs that support the implementation of Community Care. This includes the necessary resources for community-based delivery of chronic disease care for payer, patient and under-served populations.
Phil is a Community Care thought leader and subject matter expert on collaboratively linking clinical care with community care supporting health system leadership and population health management executives transform their organizations from volume to value-based care.