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Below is a listing of upcoming NYSPFP Events. For a full description, click "see details."
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NYSPFP Healthcare Disparities Webinar: A Framework for Addressing Social Determinants of Health and Preventing Readmissions
Thursday, September 27, 2018
2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

On September 27, NYSPFP will present A Framework for Addressing Social Determinants of Health and Preventing Readmissions, the second webinar in our Healthcare Disparities initiative series focused on building and sustaining an organizational response to the problem. The National Quality Forum (NQF), in collaboration with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), describe social determinants of health (SDH) as “the most influential factors that affect the health of individuals.”

As such, healthcare organizations have a critical role in strategically addressing SDH barriers to prevent readmissions, focusing on system-wide redesign and targeted efforts aimed at preventing readmissions among minority and vulnerable populations. This NYSPFP webinar will provide a framework for healthcare organizations to respond to disparities by implementing and adopting a QI (quality im
NYSPFP Progressive Mobility Webinar: Implementing and Achieving a Culture of Activity & Mobility
Wednesday, October 3, 2018
12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.

NYSPFP, in collaboration with The Johns Hopkins University Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, will host an October 3 webinar on preventing harm from immobility by implementing an inter-professional program to promote activity and mobility across the hospital.

This is the first event in the new NYSPFP Progressive Mobility Initiative, which aims to prevent a broad range of hospital-acquired conditions (HACs) and readmissions that are exacerbated by immobility and deconditioning.

Directors of the Johns Hopkins Hospital Activity and Mobility Promotion (AMP) Program will discuss evidenced-based practices, present research, and offer tools needed to design and implement structured quality improvement processes to successfully and safely increas
 
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