KC QVIC: Addressing Mental Health Needs in the Time of COVID
Join us monthly to discuss Value-Based Healthcare and Quality Outcome.
“Value-based care” is a healthcare model where the amount paid for healthcare is based on health outcomes. Providers are rewarded for helping patients improve their health, reduce the incidence and effects of chronic disease, and live healthier lives as evidenced by data. The fee-for-value model will drive down healthcare costs while improving clinical outcomes and helping people lead healthier lives.
This event will be held virtually via Zoom.
–Stacy L Farr, PhD, MPH; University of Missouri – Kansas City (UMKC); Saint Luke’s Health System (SLHS); and Kansas City Quality & Value Innovation Consortium (KC QVIC)
3:05-3:10pm: Welcome & Overview
–Will Steffen, Community CareLink
3:10-3:25pm: Community Treatment Perspective
– Marqeuia Watson, Interim Executive Director, The Greater Kansas City Coalition to End Homelessness
3:25-3:40pm: Law Enforcement Perspective
-Lindsay Moran, Social Services Specialist, Kansas City, Missouri Police Department
3:40-3:55pm: Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Perspective
-Erica Carney MD FAEMS, Medical Director, Kansas City, Missouri Fire Department
3:55-4:10pm: Community Based Organization (CBO) Perspective
– Whitney Logan, Clinical Director, The Battle Within
4:10-4:30pm Questions & Discussion – Panel
–Stacy Farr, PhD, MPH, KC Quality & Value Innovation Consortium (KC QVIC); University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC) and Saint Luke’s Health System