Nuka Health Care Innovation Conference

Join us in Portland, Oregon this October!

  • Multidisciplinary and Community Providers Best Practices for Impacting Population Health
  • Workforce Development that Positively Impacts Retention
  • Teamwork and Improvement Work
  • And much more!

This training offers up to 12.5 continued medical education (CME) credits.

For more information, email SCFNukaEvent@scf.cc

October 23-24, 2017
at the Portland Art Museum
1219 SW Park Ave
Portland, Oregon

$699
CMEs Available

Presenters: Katherine Gottlieb, Doug Eby, Michelle TierneyApril Kyle

Day 1,  Oct. 23

7-8:30 a.m. Registration and Coffee, Continental Breakfast, Exhibitors Open
8:30-8:45 a.m. Blessing and Welcome
8:45-10 a.m. Nuka System of Care Overview

Katherine Gottlieb, MBA, DPS, LHD

·       Discuss the SCF Nuka System of Care transformation

·       Discuss SCF practices in a community driven health care system

·       Examine the effects of health outcomes and design aspects of a customer-owner health care delivery system

·       Define SCF’s successes and challenges on instituting change

10-10:15 a.m. Break with Exhibitors
10:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
(2 hours)
CONCURRENT WORKSHOPS
Workforce Development

·       Examine SCF’s relationship-based approach to Human Resources

·       Identify SCF’s workforce competencies and their role in interviewing, performance development plans, and performance evaluation to support the vision and mission

·       Define the use of onboarding as a tool in promoting career development throughout the workforce

·       Describe SCF’s learning and development philosophy, structures, processes and workforce support

Integrated Care Delivery

·       Compare differences between traditional health care systems and integrated health care systems

·       Identify the different integrated care team roles and how they contribute to the team

·       Examine the structures that support the team-based environment

·       Define SCF’s relationship-based  approach for overcoming barriers to teamwork and customer-driven care

12:15-1:30 p.m. Lunch, Exhibitors Open
1:30-3:30 p.m.
(2 hours)
CONCURRENT WORKSHOPS
Using Data for Improvement

·       Review SCF’s journey to building a data quality platform

·       Examine methods for workflow versus outcome focused practice

·       Provide key steps to consider when building or growing your own information strategy

·       Discuss what is done if data shows performance is not acceptable

·       Examine segmentation of high utilizers to optimize resources

Workforce Development

·       Examine SCF’s relationship-based approach to Human Resources

·       Identify SCF’s workforce competencies and their role in interviewing, performance development plans, and performance evaluation to support the vision and mission

·       Define the use of onboarding as a tool in promoting career development throughout the workforce

·       Describe SCF’s learning and development philosophy, structures, processes and workforce support

3:30-3:45 p.m. Break with Exhibitors
3:45-4:30 p.m. Closing Plenary and Q&A

Katherine Gottlieb, MBA, DPS, LHD


Day 2, Oct. 24
8-9 a.m. Continental Breakfast, Exhibitors Open
9-10:45 a.m. Guest Keynote

Thomas Bodenheimer MD, MPH

10:45-11 a.m. Break
11 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Leadership Principles That Build a Culture of OWNERSHIP

Katherine Gottlieb, MBA, DPS, LHD

·       Describe SCF’s leadership principles of OWNERSHIP

·       Describe how these principles apply on the job

·       Explore applying these leadership principles

12:15-1:30 p.m. Lunch, Exhibitors Open
1:30-3:30 p.m.
(2 hours)
CONCURRENT WORKSHOPS
Strategic Planning and Improvement

·       Determine ways that accessing the voice of the customer helps in the improvement cycle

·       Identify structures which support deploying improvement initiatives

·       Explain how SCF’s strategic approach to improvement supports our journey to achieve the vision and mission

·       Describe how SCF applies the Baldrige framework and uses Baldrige feedback  as a tool for continuous improvement

·       Learn about the tools & systems SCF uses to facilitate change

Behavioral Health

·       Define and explore models of behavioral health integration

·       Describe SCF’s approach to behavioral health integration and where it is implemented

·       Identify how addressing trauma leads to improved health outcomes

·       Explore common clinical issues addressed, and the standard screening tools used

·       Examine how SCF addresses immediate needs, treatment or referral, and continuing support for those struggling with substance use

3:30-3:45 p.m. Break
3:45-4:30 p.m. Closing Plenary and Q&A

Katherine Gottlieb, MBA, DPS, LHD

PARTICIPANTS HAVE INCLUDED:

  • Executive Leadership
  • Directors
  • Managers
  • Direct Clients / Patient Services
  • Specialists
  • Board Members / Owners
  • Coordinators
  • Consultants
  • Analysts / Associates
  • Administrative Support
  • Interns / Fellows
  • Instructors / Educators

YOU SHOULD CONSIDER ATTENDING IF YOU:

  • Are seeking proven solutions, best practices and tools to address challenging organizational issues in this rapidly changing industry
  • Would like to see a vision for the future of health care
  • Are interested in learning new skills
  • Would like to network with other health care organizations

Keynote speaker

Thomas Bodenheimer MD, MPH

Thomas Bodenheimer MD, MPH is a general internist who received his medical degree at Harvard and completed his residency at UCSF. He spent 32 years in full-time primary care practice in San Francisco’s Mission District – 10 years in community health centers and 22 years in private practice. He is currently Professor Emeritus of Family and Community Medicine at University of California, San Francisco and Founding Director of the Center for Excellence in Primary Care. He is co-author of Understanding Health Policy, 7th Edition, 2016, and Improving Primary Care, 2006 (both McGraw-Hill). He has written numerous health policy articles in the New England Journal of Medicine, JAMA, Annals of Family Medicine, and Health Affairs.

Sponsor and Exhibitor Prospectus

Healthcare professionals have come from all over the world to attend Nuka conferences and trainings. We expect about 200 such participants as we bring our Nuka conference to the “lower 48” for the first time on October 23 and 24 in Portland. Thoughtful leaders in the rapidly changing healthcare industry will attend this Nuka Healthcare Innovation Conference to identify proven solutions, best practices and tools. They’ll address challenging organizational issues, develop a vision for the future of healthcare, learn new skills applicable even beyond healthcare, and network with people who can offer any or all of the above.

General Conference - Nuka Conference 2017

Can you offer our attendees tools, solutions, approaches or skills?

Southcentral Foundation is welcoming corporations, associations and organizations interested in sponsoring this well-established event in exchange for exposure to health care decision makers interested in health care innovation. Participants in the past have included: executive leadership; directors and managers; direct patient care providers and specialists; board members and owners; analysts, researchers, educators and fellows.

Is this your target audience – or should it be? If so, find details below to launch your relationship with one of the world’s most respected whole transformation systems in healthcare.

Sponsorship opportunities

We invite our Gold and Silver sponsors to consider hosting a complimentary exhibit table in our small expo area and enjoy free registration for the conference. See details about sponsorship levels and the benefits of each below.

Gold $7500

• Logo on banner

• Stand & take a bow

• Program entry

• 2 Registrations

• Logo on SCF website

• Exhibit table*

• Insert in conference bag

Silver $5000

• Logo on banner

• Thanked from podium

• Program entry

• 1 Registrations

• Logo on SCF website

• Exhibit table*

Bronze $2500

• Logo on banner

• Thanked from podium

• Program entry

*Exhibiting opportunity for Gold and Silver sponsors. Please consider applying for an exhibit table. See exhibiting information below.

Lunch
Sponsor

2 days: $3000
Insert in bag
Special signage

Breakfast
Sponsor

2 days: $2500
Insert in bag
Special signage

Bag
Sponsor*

$1500
Logo on bag

Lanyard
Sponsor*

$1500
Logo on lanyards

Water Bottle Sponsor*

$1500
Logo on water bottles

*Sponsorship must be finalized before September 22 to allow for printing and shipping.

welcoming Exhibitors for the first time!

Send your marketing representatives to greet our attendees during both days of the conference, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Enjoy free Wi-Fi and electricity. Join the guests for buffet breakfast and lunch. Tables are 6’, with two chairs. Set up will be 6 to 7:30 a.m. on October 23.

Our exhibit space is small and, therefore, will be restricted to companies/organizations who offer the greatest benefits to our attendees. We will accept applications for ten exhibit tables @ $1000. Exhibitors will be selected based on a match between the products and/or services they offer and interests expressed by attendees at previous Nuka conferences. Applications are due on September 22, and applicants will be notified of their acceptance status by September 29.

You may ship display materials to arrive no earlier than Friday, October 20.

Please address display materials as follows:

Southcentral Foundation Event
c/o Event Production
[Your organization’s name]
1219 SW Park Ave.
Portland, OR 97205

For an application to exhibit, more information or answers to all your questions about sponsoring or exhibiting, contact Lynn Gerlach, Marketing and Communication Consultant, at 425-241-8055 or Lynn@TamarackCommunication.com.

To learn more about the Nuka System of Care, visit www.SCFNuka.com.