10th Annual Nuka System of Care Conference
Registration is now open for the 10th Annual Nuka System of Care Conference, as well as the pre-conference Core Concepts workshop.
The 10th Annual Nuka System of Care Conference is just a few months away! Become a leader in health care innovation by joining health care professionals from around the world to learn from the two-time Baldrige award-winning Nuka System of Care. Registration is now open for both general conference and the pre-conference Core Concepts workshop.
This is a session of SCF’s Core Concepts training. Core Concepts is a three-day training that teaches communication and relationship-building skills that SCF’s providers use to support customer-owners on their journey toward wellness. Participants join small Learning Circles and learn tools to work more effectively with both customers and co-workers. Participants learn how they impact others, how to articulate their story from the heart, how to understand their personal and professional aspirations, and methods for good dialogue and productive conversations. All SCF employees attend Core Concepts, and the training has been called the “quintessential aspect” of the Nuka System of Care.
SCF has also worked with other organizations to adapt Core Concepts for their use, based on their organizational values. So far, Core Concepts has been implemented at Cherokee Indian Hospital, Great Plains Tribal Chairman’s Health Board, Cree Board of Health and Social Services of James Bay, Kenaitze Indian Tribe, and the Veterans Health Administration. Several other organizations are currently in the process of working with SCF to implement Core Concepts.
The general conference teaches the core elements of SCF’s Nuka System of Care, which have allowed SCF to achieve better health outcomes while also reducing costs. Sessions are available on a wide variety of topics, including but not limited to:
- Leadership and governance
- Integrated primary care teams
- Case management
- Behavioral health integration
- Engaging the community
- Improvement and innovation
- Human resource practices (including behavioral-based interviewing)
- Rural health care
- Practicum track with opportunities in simulation labs, virtual reality, and one-on-one coaching
This year’s conference will feature keynote speeches from Kathryn Raethel, President of Adventist Health Castle who received the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award in 2017; Bella Moses Petawabano, Chairperson of the Board of Directors of the Cree Board of Health and Social Services of James Bay; and SCF President/CEO Katherine Gottlieb. Read more about the keynote speakers here.
Registration is now open for the 10th Annual Nuka System of Care Conference so sign up today!
For a full look at the 10th Annual Nuka System of Care Conference agenda click here.