Online Archived CHAMPS Distance Learning Events

CHAMPS understands that CHC personnel often have a multitude of responsibilities that make attending live events difficult.  To help overcome this barrier, CHAMPS offers archived versions of our webcasts. CHAMPS distance learning events are typically archived online for one year beyond the live presentation date.  Many archived webcasts are also available to purchase or borrow on CD-ROM; visit the CHAMPS Electronic Media and Lending Library webpages to learn more.  Please note that continuing education credit is typically NOT available for archived CHAMPS distance learning events unless otherwise indicated below.

EVENT HANDOUTS: Visit the Distance Learning Library to download handouts, evaluations, and other documents created for these and other past CHAMPS distance learning events.

Please click or scroll down to view descriptions of online archived CHAMPS Distance Learning Events including topics, presenters, and potential costs:

CLINICAL AND QUALITY DISTANCE LEARNING EVENTS

2016 Exploring Behavioral Health Integration Models throughout Region VIII
Moderator: Angela Green, PsyD, Director of Behavioral Health, Metro Community Provider Network
Presenters: Jonathan Muther, PhD, Director of Behavioral Health and Psychology Training, Salud Family Health Centers; Sandi Larsen, M.Ed., LCPC, LAC, Behavioral Health Program Manager, RiverStone Health; Norma Randall, BSN, Clinical Operations Manager, HealthWorks

Event Overview: At the end of the session, participants will be able to identify the “Six Levels of Integration,” identify tools to evaluate current level of integration, understand how to start the process of behavioral health integration, understand how to design a workflow with highly integrated behavioral health/primary care collaboration, including roles of the behavioral health provider, utilize 3 strategies to contribute to increasing behavioral health staff integration into the primary care workflow, identify specific brief assessment and screening measures and strategies for use, including efficient documentation, and understand how to utilize a clinical pharmacist to expand access to evidence–based psychotropic medication management.

Continuing Education Credit: Continuing Education Credit is not available for this archive.

Cost: This archived webcast is FREE for participants from CHAMPS Organizational Members. Fees apply for participants from non-member organizations: $75/link to the webcast (you will be billed after your participation on the archived event). Please visit the CHAMPS Organizational Members page to determine if your organization is a current member.

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Archive available through 02/10/17

2016 Immunization Update
Presenter:  Donna Weaver, RN, MN, Nurse Educator, National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Event Overview:  At the end of the session, participants will be able to describe at least one change made to the recommended childhood/adolescent immunization schedule for 2016, list groups for whom Meningococcal B vaccine is recommended, describe updated recommended interval for post-vaccination serologic testing of infants born to HBsAg-positive mothers, and state at least one strategy to prevent vaccine administration errors.

Continuing Education Credit: Continuing Education Credit is not available for this archive.

Cost: This archived webcast is FREE for participants from CHAMPS Organizational Members. Fees apply for participants from non-member organizations: $75/link to the webcast (you will be billed after your participation on the archived event). Please visit the CHAMPS Organizational Members page to determine if your organization is a current member.

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Archive available through 06/14/17

OUTREACH AND ENROLLMENT DISTANCE LEARNING EVENTS

*CHAMPS/CCHN 2016 OUTREACH AND ENROLLMENT DISTANCE LEARNING SERIES*

Hosted by CHAMPS and Colorado Community Health Network (CCHN), these four one-hour distance learning events are intended to highlight effective outreach and enrollment strategies, discuss specific issues affecting health center enrollment staff, and look ahead to the fourth open enrollment period. The trainings in the series are intended for outreach and enrollment staff: however, other health center and PCA staff members may find the content of some webinars applicable to their positions.

CHAMPS/CCHN 2016 OE Archived Events Costs: Participation in the four events of this series is FREE for all participants.

OE 2016 Event #1: Providing Effective Assistance to Survivors of Domestic Violence
Amy Pohl, Communications and Membership Director, Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence; Kisa Corcoran, Training and Technical Assistance Manager, Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence; Lena O’Rourke, Futures without Violence, O’Rourke Health Policy Strategies

Event Overview: Defining domestic violence might seem easy. However, often even first responders do not fully understand the facts about domestic violence. We all have a role in ensuring that systems work more seamlessly for victims of domestic violence. To do so effectively, we must understand what domestic violence is and what it looks like, who are victims and perpetrators, and the very real impact on victims, their families, and society. This presentation will define domestic violence, discuss the tactics batterers use to maintain power and control over victims, explore the effects of violent behavior that does not rise to criminal behavior and how we can support victims across the spectrum, and dispel myths surrounding domestic violence that further injure victims and prevent them from meaningfully accessing the services in place to support them.  This event will also discuss the health coverage options available to survivors.

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Archive available through 06/23/17.

OE 2016 Event #2: Assisting Clients with Complex Medical Needs
Sarah Lueck, Senior Policy Analyst, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (CBPP)

Event Overview: Helping a client to compare different plan options available through a marketplace or exchange can be complicated, especially when the client has complex health needs, such as multiple chronic conditions. This presentation will explain important features of the marketplace plans that are important for people to consider, such as various types of out-of-pocket charges, health care provider networks, and prescription drug formularies. It will walk through examples using sample clients, identify tools that are available to help assisters gather the information about plans that is important to people with complex medical needs, and discuss the cost-sharing assistance available to people with low incomes and who are members of federally recognized American Indian tribes.

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Archive available through 07/14/17.

OE 2016 Event #3: Engagement and Advocacy for O&E Staff
Jessica Kendall, Director of Enrollment Assister Network, Families USA; Liz Hagan, Senior Policy Analyst, Families USA

Event Overview: Enrollment assisters play an important role in advocating on behalf of consumers and the significance of O&E work in their communities.  In this session, participants will learn how to educate public officials, community leaders, and other stakeholders about the vital work they do and communities they serve. This presentation will also address the basics of registering consumers to vote at your health center.

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Archive available through 08/18/17.

OE 2016 Event #4: Habits of Highly Effective Assisters
Ezra Watland, Northwest/Mountain West State Assistance Manager, Enroll America

Event Overview: Assisters are and will remain crucial leaders in the continued efforts needed to help people get covered and stay covered. In this session, participants will hear action-oriented tips and strategies that can be implemented by in-person assistance programs in communities within Region VIII. Participants will be encouraged to share their favorite tricks of the trade and problem-solve together.

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Archive available through 09/22/17.

WORKFORCE DISTANCE LEARNING EVENTS

CHAMPS 2016 Region VIII Health Center Workforce Data: Understanding and Utilizing Statistics from the CHAMPS Salary, Benefits, Turnover, and Vacancy Survey Project
Andrea Martin, CHAMPS Workforce Development and Member Services Director

Event Overview: At the end of this session, participants will understand the history and methodology of the Region VIII health center salary, benefits, turnover, and vacancy survey project; be able to utilize the most appropriate salary/benefits data and recruitment/retention metrics as presented in the 2016 Region VIII Health Center Salary, Benefits, Turnover, and Vacancy Survey Report; and understand and utilize data presented in companion reports addressing medical, behavioral health, and dental staffing ratios and medical and dental provider productivity expectations.

Continuing Education Credit: Continuing Education Credit is not available for this archive.

Cost: Participation in the LIVE and ARCHIVED versions of this webcast is FREE for participants from CHAMPS Organizational Members and other organizations that submitted data for the 2016 Region VIII Health Center Salary, Benefits, Turnover, and Vacancy Survey Project. Other participants in the live event will be charged $75 per webcast link. Please click HERE  to determine if your health center is a current CHAMPS Organizational Member. Please click HERE to determine if your organization submitted data for the 2016 survey project.

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Archive will be available through 03/06/18.

*CHAMPS/CCHN 2016 “LUNCHTIME LEARNING” PROFESSIONAL SKILL DEVELOPMENT SERIES*

Hosted by CHAMPS and Colorado Community Health Network (CCHN), these six one-hour webcasts are designed to provide professional development and skills improvement as a component of a continuous process of advanced practice transformation, with the goal of positively impacting retention rates at Region VIII health centers. The events are primarily targeted at health center administrative and clinical support staff, although staff members from all levels of the health center are welcome. Participants may attend any selection of events.  Please note that continuing education credit is not available for any of the events in this series.

2016 Lunchtime Learning Archived Series Costs: Participation in the six events of this series is FREE for staff and board members at health centers (Health Center Program Grantees and FQHC Look-Alikes) and Primary Care Associations (PCAs) in Region VIII (CO, MT, ND, SD, UT, and WY). Other participants in the ARCHIVED event will be charged $50/link after viewing the event. Please visit the Region VIII Health Centers and PCAs page to determine if your organization qualifies for FREE participation.

2016 Lunchtime Learning Event #1: Utilizing Mindfulness to Reduce Stress and Prevent Burnout
Lisa Hardmeyer Gray, Intrinsic, LLC and Neighborcare

Event Overview: At the end of the session, participants will be able to identify factors contributing to burn-out and the risks both personally and to the organization, experience core Mindfulness practices for self-care, experience skills to cultivate focus and resilience under pressure, improve capacity for compassion with self and others, understand the benefits of practicing mindfulness, and understand stress physiology and develop tools to respond rather than react to daily stress.

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Archive available through 04/19/17.

2016 Lunchtime Learning Event #2: Creating a Productive Healthcare Environment – Enhancing Teambuilding
Edward Leigh

Event Overview: At the end of the session, participants will be able to analyze benefits of top-performing teams to enhance patient care, list steps for building superior teams, describe the responsibilities of individual team members, and apply methods of handling conflict among team members.

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Archive available through 05/17/17.

2016 Lunchtime Learning Event #3: Creating a Productive Healthcare Environment – Decreasing Negative Attitudes
Edward Leigh

Event Overview:  At the end of the session, participants will be able to describe the destructive impact of negative attitudes in the workplace, analyze the primary causes of negative attitudes to avoid the behaviors from starting, and apply methods of professionally and tactfully handling negative attitudes.

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Archive available through 06/14/17.

2016 Lunchtime Learning Event #4: Creating a Productive Healthcare Environment – Establishing Boundaries
Edward Leigh

Event Overview:  At the end of the session, participants will be able to analyze the behaviors that violate appropriate boundaries, list the steps in setting boundaries to prevent problematic activities, and describe strategies to establish boundaries after inappropriate behaviors have occurred.

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Archive available through 7/19/17.

2016 Lunchtime Learning Event #5: Caring for Difficult Patients in a Complex Healthcare System
Dr. William Robiner

Event Overview:  At the end of the session, participants will be able to identify attributes of “difficult” patients and their impact on health services, recognize the psychological comorbidities of “difficult” patients, recognize how providers and systems contribute to  the problem of “difficult” patients, and identify strategies for healthcare providers to manage “difficult” patients more effectively.

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Archive available through 8/16/17.

2016 Lunchtime Learning Event #6: Interpersonal Considerations for Care of Elderly Persons
Leslie K. Hasche, PhD, MSW

Event Overview:  The purpose of this webcast is to review the many barriers to effective communication with older adults and to find ways to improve how we communicate about these important health and social service issues. This interactive webinar will draw upon the evidence-base and our practice knowledge for how to navigate interpersonal communication when time is limited with older adults and their families.

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Archive available through 9/20/17

OTHER DISTANCE LEARNING EVENTS

Serving America’s Veterans: How Health Centers Can Answer the Call
Tommy Driskill, VA Pacific Islands and Office of Rural Health, Veterans Health Administration; Lelia Jackson, Office of Community Engagement, Veterans Health Administration; Dick Bohrer, Director, Network Relations, National Association of Community Health Centers; Jim Jones, Director Provider Network Management, Health Net Federal Services; Hal Blair, Deputy Program Manager, TriWest Healthcare Alliance

Event Overview: The main goal of this webinar is to provide health centers with the most up‐to‐date information and tools on how they can work with the VA to provide much needed health care to the Veterans in their communities. At the end of this webinar, participants will understand which Veterans are eligible for VHA health care, know how to become a Veterans Choice Provider, and understand how the Veterans Choice Program benefits health centers and Veterans.

Cost: Use of this online archive is FREE for all participants.

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Archive available through 04/07/17

This event is a collaboration between CHAMPS, Northwest Regional Primary Care Association (NWRPCA), and National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC).

Do Ask, Do Tell! Collecting Data on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in Health Centers
Dr. Harvey Makadon, Director of Education and Training Programs at the Fenway Institute, Fenway Health; Chris Grasso, Associate Director of Director for Informatics & Data Services at the Fenway Institute, Fenway Health

Event Overview: Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people face many health disparities and stigma in health care. Despite this, LGBT people remain largely invisible to their providers. Collecting sexual orientation and gender identity (SO/GI) data of new and returning patients is critical for health centers and other health care organizations to provide a welcoming, inclusive environment of care; and to provide high-quality care to all patients. HRSA recently added SO/GI data as a required element for the Uniform Data System (UDS) for CY 2016.

This webinar will teach participants about the barriers to care that many LGBT people face, describe the inequity in health outcomes for LGBT people, and detail both how and why to collect SO/GI data in electronic health records. At the end of the session, participants will have the tools to begin implementing SOGI data collection in their own EHRs.

Cost: Use of this online archive is FREE for all participants.

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Archive available through 08/02/17

This event is a collaboration between CHAMPS, Iowa Primary Care Association, Kansas Association for the Medically Underserved, Minnesota Primary Care Association, Missouri Primary Care Association, Montana Primary Care Association, Health Center Association of Nebraska, and Wyoming Primary Care Association.