The Pediatric Partnership Playbook: Getting the Most Out of Strategic Collaboration
Moderator: Gretel H. Schueller, Senior Health Editor, Consumer Advice, U.S. News & World Report
From schools and faith-based organizations to businesses and government and public health agencies, community partners have proven vital to the success of children’s hospitals in their regions. Such partnerships have taken on a greater intensity as providers and payers make a push for population health and institutions track their Community Health Needs Assessments. While there is no one-size-fits-all approach, some common lessons have emerged from some of the most successful collaborations, including the value of developing clear program goals and benchmarks, consistent funding streams, effective data sharing, and coordinated caregiver teams. Get an inside look at several effective coalitions that can offer lessons for your own institution.
–Michael-Anne Browne, M.D., Chief Medical Officer, Stanford Health Care Alliance; Associate Chief Medical Officer for Accountable Care, Stanford Children’s Health
–Anne Lyren, M.D., Clinical Director, Children’s Hospitals’ Solutions for Patient Safety, UH/Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital
–Elaine Cox, M.D., Chief Medical Officer, Riley Children’s Health