October 18, 2019
The focus of this one-day workshop is to define important areas for research and collaboration to address patient health care needs. The day will include presentations from population health researchers and others, as well as roundtables to promote questions and extensive interaction.
This community-wide conversation will offer perspectives on:
- barriers to health care delivery;
- strategies for research that lead to the best health outcomes for all; and
- addressing disparities in health and wellness.
Where: Lankenau Medical Center
Target audience: all health care professionals, insurers, researchers and academics, legislators and policy makers, community health professionals, and the general public. The day kicks off at 8 a.m. with Grand Rounds in the Lankenau auditorium. Executives from HealthShare Exchange and the Health Promotion Council will be speakers. Continuing medical education credits will be available for Main Line Health Grand Rounds attendees. Following complimentary breakfast will be an interactive roundtable whose leaders will facilitate a lively discussion to identify key population health concerns in our community, determine the best way to prioritize strategic initiatives and create a plan of action.
Where: Annenberg 101 ABC. A complimentary lunch will be followed by a roundup of the morning’s discussion and insights. At 2 p.m. Main Line Health residents are invited to discuss research training opportunities with an expert panel.
Hosts: Main Line Health Center for Population Health Research at the Lankenau Institute for Medical Research, and the Center for Population Health Research at Thomas Jefferson University.
This is a free event, and registration is not required of Main Line Health employees to attend Grand Rounds. To register for the rest of the day’s events, please RSVP to Meg Jones, JonesMe@mlhs.org, by Oct. 4.