Community Health Colloquium
Community Health Colloquium
June 7, 2012 | Columbus, Ohio | Renaissance Columbus Downtown
HDR, in conjunction with The Ohio State University and International Poverty Solutions Collaborative, is pleased to invite you to our first in a series of Community Health Colloquium. This event will bring together a trans-professional and trans-disciplinary group of experts to examine healthcare delivery to the community now and in the future. The colloquium will focus on the goals of healthcare providers, the impact of trends in healthcare on the physical environment and it will explore new approaches to healthcare delivery at the community level, seeking to improve outcomes as well as health awareness and wellness.
Dawn Tyler Lee
Assistant Vice President, Government Relations
at The Ohio State University
Dawn Tyler Lee is an Assistant Vice President at The Ohio State University and was recently tapped to lead the University's $10 million community reinvestment commitment on the near east side of Columbus, specifically in the neighborhoods surrounding University Hospital East, an academic medical center in a community setting. This transformational effort named PACT – Partners Achieving Community Transformation - is an historic partnership involving The Ohio State University, the City of Columbus, and the Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority. Under Tyler Lee's leadership, these three institutions have committed to working with stakeholders to create a healthy, financially and environmentally sustainable community where residents have access to safe and affordable housing, quality healthcare, education and employment opportunities on Columbus' near east side. The focus of this work is in five core areas: (1) Jobs and Economic Impact; (2) Vibrant, Safe and Accessible Neighborhoods; (3) Health and Wellness; (4) Education; and (5) Housing.
Abbie Clary, AIA, ACHA, LEED AP
Regional Director of Healthcare for the Central Region,
As the Regional Director of Healthcare for the Central Region, Abbie leads HDR's healthcare program in the Midwest. Abbie brings more than 15 years of experience in healthcare architecture and is recognized for her management skills and comprehensive approach to the delivery of complex medical facilities. She is skilled at creating solutions for complicated programs and believes in balancing operations, technology and patient-centered care models to create an environment that best supports a patient's healing process while equally supporting those providing care. She is dedicated to her clients and is known for her expertise in creating teams that will collaborate, and through her strong direction and support, deliver projects of quality design for satisfied clients.
Keynote: Validating the Vision: How One Hospital Used Research to Strengthen its Model for Community Health
Guy A. Medaglia
President and Chief Executive Officer, Saint Anthony Hospital
Mr. Medaglia has an accomplished background in healthcare, including executive management positions for an academic medical center, and multiple urban community hospitals both freestanding and as part of a Catholic health system. During his career in the healthcare industry, he designed and implemented numerous strategic initiatives around expense improvement, product line evaluation and modification, revenue enhancement, quality improvement, physician relations and physician contract management. Mr. Medaglia has specialized in assisting senior management, boards of directors and creditors in the areas of operational restructuring and performance improvement assessment and implementation. Mr. Medaglia's experience also includes design, implementation and project management of supply chain, productivity and strategic planning initiatives for multiple client companies. Outside the healthcare industry, Mr. Medaglia participated in the financial turnaround of two regional retail chains, managed a system integration of two merged corporations, and led the acquisition and integration of two retail companies along with the consolidation of two corporate headquarters.
Sheila Elijah-Barnwell PhD, EDAC, AIA, LEED AP
Senior Vice President, Director, HDR Consulting Practices
With a PhD in Architecture Education, Sheila leads HDR's consulting, research, and university-educational programs. She identifies and coordinates research efforts with HDR's healthcare consultants to help grow the body of knowledge that supports evidence-based design efforts. She also is responsible for the firm's engagement with academic institutions to promote interdisciplinary research that explores innovation and the future of healthcare design, establishing new avenues for the firm to give back to the growing body of research by contributing to studies and research that will shape future recommendations for healthcare environments. Shelia also leads the firm-wide committee responsible for leaning HDR's internal design processes.
Connecting Health to the Community; a role for Academic Health Sciences Centers
Sir Cyril Chantler
Chair, UCL Partners,
The University College London Academic Health Science Center
Professor Sir Cyril Chantler is the first Chair of UCL Partners, Europe's largest academic health science partnership. Sir Cyril has served as Chair of Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Trust and was the Principal of the Faculty of Medicine at King's College London. By pooling resources and expertise, UCL Partners, which together treat over 1.5 million patients every year, will be able to produce more world-class research in key areas, including cancer and heart disease, and deliver the benefits more rapidly to patients. The organization will support over 3,500 scientists, senior researchers and consultants, with a combined annual turnover of nearly two billion pounds. Its primary aim is to deliver real improvements in health for patients in London and around the world.
Improving Health with our Community
Michelle J. Lyn, MBA, MHA
Assistant Professor of Community and Family Medicine
Chief, Division of Community Health,
Department of Community and Family Medicine Associate Director, Duke Center for Community Research,
Duke Translational Medicine Institute
Duke University Medical Center
Ms. Lyn began her Duke career in 1998, as a founding member of the Division of Community Health and was instrumental in designing and launching more than 40 of the Division's collaborative, community-based clinical, care management, educational, and research initiatives. Ms. Lyn's contributions span the Division's clinical programs, including neighborhood clinics; school-based health centers; and the Just for Us Program, which cares for chronically ill homebound seniors in their homes. She is also instrumental to the Division's care management services, which include a North Carolina Community Care Network covering six North Carolina counties, linking more than 50 primary care practices, four hospital systems, and local departments of social services, health and mental health. In 2008, Ms. Lyn was appointed Associate Director of the Duke Center for Community Research of the Duke Translational Medicine Institute, created through Duke's NIH Clinical and Translational Science Award. In this role, Ms. Lyn directs a team of faculty and professional staff in the community-engaged research, educational and liaison activities of the Center, and serves on the Leadership Team for the Durham Health Innovations initiative, which plans innovative Durham-Duke partnered approaches to improving health in Durham County.
Evolution of an Academic Medical Center to an Academic Health System
Senior Director, Community Division, Johns Hopkins Medicine
Ryan Brown is the Senior Director of Business Development for the Johns Hopkins Medicine Community Division. The Community Division is a newly formed organizational unit within Johns Hopkins Medicine that was created to provide the necessary infrastructure to align the growing number of community-based assets in the clinical delivery network into a cohesive system of care. Such assets include owned community hospitals, free-standing ambulatory care facilities, physician practices, affiliate organizations and strategic partnerships. In his role, Ryan is responsible for the evaluation, development and execution of strategic opportunities to expand and effective integrate community-based assets with the ultimate goal of enhancing the Johns Hopkins Medicine tripartite mission of education, research and clinical care.
Transforming Medicine at the Community Level
Global Director, Translational Health Sciences,
Senior Vice President,Principal of Healthcare Consulting,
Jon Crane brings over 25 years of experience in planning laboratory, educational and health care facilities. For most of his professional career he has led or technically planned facilities translating scientific discoveries into heathcare solutions. Crane is a world-renowned leader with expertise in strategic planning for translational research including basic research, clinical and translational research, discovery research, development and technology transfer and clinical trials. He lectures and writes extensively on all aspects of science facility design. Crane has worked with numerous federal, state, public and private institutes and universities and has worked with distinguished clients including the Mayo Clinic, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the NASA Kennedy Space Center.
David Grandy, FACHE, CMPE
Associate Vice President, Global Innovations Director, HDR
Across his 15 years in healthcare, David has seen the evolution of delivery systems in both the hospital and ambulatory care settings both domestically and abroad. He is the former Clinical Ethics Officer for a major US health system, helped administer an NIH sponsored study of the implications of the Human Genome Project, studied healthcare practices as a student in Britain's National Health Service, managed clinical and non-clinical operations for a 350-bed tertiary care hospital, and planned and operated physician-lead outpatient facilities. David is an adjunct faculty member in two healthcare administration programs and was awarded the ACHE Regent's Young Executive Award in 2007.
Panel Discussion: Blindspots and Hotspots: Rewriting the Rules on Patient Care
Ruby Payne, PhD
CEO, aha! Process, Bridges Out of Poverty
Ruby Payne, PhD, is the founder of aha!process and an author, speaker, publisher, career educator, and expert on the mindsets of economic classes and crossing socioeconomic lines, working for social change. With more than 30 years of first-hand experience in the public schools as department head, principal, and central office administrator of staff development, Ruby has published more than 60 books and audio-visual products, written or co-authored more than a dozen books, and certified more than 7,000 trainers in A Framework for Understanding Poverty, her foundational work that led to the development of Bridges Out of Poverty. She received her B.A. from Goshen (IN) College, earned a master's degree in English Literature from Western Michigan University and obtained her doctorate in Educational Leadership & Policy from Loyola University in Illinois.
Gary is a visionary, planner, and business innovator. He is the founder of Point Forward, a social science-based innovation consultancy where his team works with clients, including Kaiser Permanente, HP, American Heart Association, Clif Bar, and Kimberley Clark, redefining their view of customer needs, and revealing new product and service opportunities. For the past 10 years, Gary and Point Forward have applied their craft to patient experience innovation. "Ethnography and the social sciences take us inside the hearts and minds of patients and providers to deliver teams with a generative, inspirational perspective." Point Forward's projects have focused on a wide range of topics from transitions and patient education to pain management and increasing nurse's time at the bedside.
Lynnette Cook, PhD
Deputy Director, Office of Performance Improvement,
The Ohio Department of Health
As Deputy Director, Office of Performance Improvement (OPI) for the Ohio Department of Health, Dr. Lynnette Cook provides leadership to organizational efforts to achieve national accreditation and facilitates ongoing development of ODH's strategic plan. She also manages the statewide Planning Council, a coalition including partners from local health departments, numerous state agencies, and a variety of healthcare and health professionals' associations, in its efforts to complete a state public health assessment, and is currently taking the Planning Council through the development of a State Health Improvement Plan. Dr. Cook also focuses on internal continuous quality improvement efforts at ODH, including a 5-year infrastructure grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention designed to focus on performance improvement processes at the state and local level. In addition to specific CQI projects, she has executive oversight for the Center for Public Health Statistics & Informatics ("the Data Center"), the State Epidemiology Office, and the Office of Health Equity.
Leon McDougle, MD, MPH
Associate Professor, Family Medicine,
Associate Dean, Diversity and Inclusion,
The Ohio State University College of Medicine
Leon McDougle, MD, MPH, Associate Professor of Family Medicine, is the Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion at The Ohio State University College of Medicine. A graduate of OSU College of Medicine, he earned a Master of Public Health degree from the University of Michigan School of Public Health, Department of Health Management and Policy. Dr. McDougle helped lead establishment of two primary care residency programs in Columbus focused on training physicians to provide leadership and health care in underserved communities. Dr. McDougle also helped establish several medicine and biomedical sciences workforce diversity programs. These efforts are aligned with diversity serving as a driver of institutional excellence and a catalyst for change resulting in health equity. Dr. McDougle was elected to serve as the Association of American Medical Colleges Group on Diversity & Inclusion National Chair-elect in November 2011. The GDI serves as a national forum and recognized resource to support the efforts of AAMC member institutions and academic medicine at the local, regional, and national levels to realize the benefits of diversity and inclusion in medicine and biomedical sciences. Dr. McDougle is a Diplomate of the American Board of Family Medicine and a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians. He is a member of the Rhema Christian Center, National Medical Association, and Association of Military Surgeons of the U.S.
International Poverty Solutions Collaborative
Melissa Briggs-Phillips, PhD is the Executive Director of the International Poverty Solutions Collaborative at The Ohio State University and a psychologist with Matrix Psychological Associates. Dr. Briggs-Phillips had lead health advocacy and community empowerment efforts for over a decade. She was the Director of The Women's Health Empowerment Project in Akron, Ohio, an NIH funded program committed to addressing health disparities, sexual trauma and HIV risk for women in poverty. She served as Membership Chair of the Health Psychology section of Division 17 of the American Psychological Association. As the Director of Research Resources at The Ohio State University Medical Center, she served as a reviewer for several internal grant programs and oversaw asset allocation and large scale construction and renovation projects. An instructor for several undergraduate and graduate courses on health, sexuality and women's psychology, Dr. Briggs-Phillips has been nominated by students as a most inspiring professor at the Top 100 Seniors Dinner, been recognized by the Office of Academic Access for accommodating students with disabilities and continues to mentor students on professional and personal development goal setting. She currently serves on two program boards committed to service-learning and community engagement and volunteers with local non-profit organizations.
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- Invite Only Event. Space is limited to 100 attendees, there is no fee to attend.
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Abigail Clary, AIA, ACHA, LEED AP
Regional Director of Healthcare