April 5, 2018 program sponsored by
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Online registration deadline is April 3, 2018
Register by phone until noon on April 3 at 206-623-8632.
No refunds after April 3.
Members must log in to get the member rate.
Washington Athletic Club
1325 6th Ave, Seattle 98101 • map
Parking HOSTED THIS MONTH BY
See below for details on where to park
7:15-8:00 am Registration, Breakfast, WAOIC sign in
8:00-8:50 am Program
8:50-9:00 am Break
9:00-9:50 am Program
9:50-10:00 am Q&A, WAOIC sign out
$65 members; $85 non-members and guests by registration deadline.
$80 members; $100 non-members and guests after deadline or at door.
To qualify for WAOIC CE credits:
You will need to show government-issued photo identification and signature.
Your WAOIC number is required on the sign in / sign out form.
The Impact of Opioid Misuse on Employers
Washington State Resource
Framework for Action - A Holistic Model
Approaching the Problem - an Evolving Strategy
Combating the Problem - a Holistic Model
Prevention - Interdependent Vendor Stakeholders
Prevention - The Role of Prescribers
Prevention - Employee Education
Employer Action -Questions for Carriers and PBM
Early Detection - The Role Of Employers
Treatment Approach - Opioid use disorder
Treatment - Mitigation and Stabilization
Supporting Return to Function – Value Proposition
Recap and Considerations for Employers
Early Detection (screening and harm Mitigation)
Mary Kay O’Neill, MD, MBA; Partner, Mercer Health & Benefits
As Senior Clinical Advisor for Mercer Health & Benefits, Dr. O’Neill leverages her clinical strategy and operations experience to drive Mercer’s value-based care initiatives and provide strategic advice and health care data analysis for Mercer clients. She is part of the Total Health Management practice.
Dr. O’Neill has more than 30 years of health care experience. Most recently, she was Chief Medical Director at Coordinated Care in Tacoma, WA, responsible for forming strategic partnerships with community organizations and network partners and developing benefit design and services. Prior to that, she was with Regence BlueShield from 2013 to 2014, CIGNA from 2007 to 2013, and the Washington State Health Care Authority from 2001 to 2007.
Objectives will clearly and concisely communicate what an attendee is expected to know and/or do at the conclusion of an activity.
Improving access to behavioral healthcare
Achieving the triple aim of healthcare reform
Integration of mental health and general medical service
Define criteria or conditions under which learning is to be demonstrated
Adding performance standards to learning objectives
Jürgen Unützer, MD, MPH, MA; Dept of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, UW
Dr. Unützer is an internationally recognized psychiatrist and health services researcher. His work focuses on innovative models that integrate mental health and general medical services and on translating research on evidence-based behavioral health interventions into effective clinical and public health practice. He has over 300 scientific publications and is the recipient of numerous federal and foundation grants and awards for his research to improve the health and mental health of populations through patient-centered integrated mental health services.
Dr. Unützer is Chair of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Washington. He also holds adjunct appointments as Professor in the School of Public Health (Departments of Health Services and Global Health) and as Affiliate Investigator at the Group Health Research Institute in Seattle, WA.
Dr. Unützer founded the AIMS Center (Advancing Integrated Mental Health Solutions) (http://aims.uw.edu) and the IMPACT Program (http://impact-uw.org) which support national and international dissemination of evidence-based collaborative care programs for depression and other common behavioral health problems in primary care and other general medical settings. Dr. Unützer has advanced training in psychiatry, geriatric psychiatry, public policy and public health. He works with national and international organizations dedicated to improving behavioral health care for diverse populations and has served as Senior Scientific Advisor to the World Health Organization and as an advisor to the President’s New Freedom Commission on Mental Health.
Thank you again to our April Parking Sponsor
The WAC Garage is less than a block from the Club - on Sixth Avenue. It is across Union St. ½ block North of the clubhouse same side of the street. The self-park, underground, facility is a part of e-Park, the downtown guidance system that makes it easy to know how many spaces are available in the garage. Be sure you plan to arrive early as parking is open to the public, although you will be given validation.
WE CANNOT VALIDATE IN THE HILTON GARAGE or any other facilities.
April 2018 Program Sponsored by:
Livongo has a vision of empowering all people with chronic conditions to live better and healthier lives. We are redesigning chronic condition management--starting with diabetes, and now hypertension--by driving behavior change through the combination of consumer health technology, personalized recommendations, and real-time support at the point of impact. Powered by advanced analytics, we create personalized experiences for our members so they receive the right information, tools, and support, at the right time. Our approach is leading to better financial and clinical outcomes while creating a better experience for all people with chronic conditions and their care team of family, friends, and medical professionals.
Thank you 2022 Sponsors!