2020 Chronic Disease Prevention Symposium
#MakeaSplashCDPS2020

2020 Agenda

Concurrent Session Tracks

Riding the Waves

Healthcare providers are constantly facing changes in the clinical care environment. No matter how hectic these changes may be, the healthcare team always finds a way to ride the waves of change.

 

Ripple Effect

Boots on the ground efforts are being conducted day in and day out, with a goal to organize health services and resources around the reduction of chronic illness in our communities. Working together to increase impact and expand reach, community-based agencies are causing a ripple effect at the local, state, and national level.

Making a Splash

In a world that is constantly evolving and introducing new ideas and techniques, healthcare is uniquely positioned to take on innovation in stride. Agencies have begun to prioritize innovative approaches to care and are making a huge splash in the world of chronic disease prevention.

 

Friday, March 13

7:30 AM - 8:30 AM

Registration & Breakfast 

8:30 AM - 8:40 AM

Welcome

Speaker: James Bruckner, PeeDee Regional Health Director, SC DHEC

8:40 AM - 9:50 AM

Plenary Session I

But I Treat Everyone the Same! Subconscious Thoughts That Affect Patient Outcomes

Speaker: Vince Ford, Senior Vice President for Community Health, Prisma Health

During this session, participants will take a deep dive into the subject of implicit bias. They will discover how our individual biases manifest into everyday interactions. Specifically, this session will focus on how our biases can impact patient outcomes and what we can do to overcome the negative effects of implicit bias in clinical practice.  

10:00 AM - 11:15 AM

Session I

Track 1

Riding the Waves

Flying Under the Radar: Everything You Need to Know About Undiagnosed Hypertension

Speaker

Daniel T. Lackland, DrPh

Professor

Medical University of South Carolina

Track 2

Ripple Effect

Utilizing the CHW Model to Impact Chronic Disease Prevention and Management

Speakers

Andrea Heyward, MSPH, MCHES

Systems Integration Manager

Community Health Worker Institute

Dom Francis, MPH

Training Coordinator

Community Health Worker Institute

Track 3

Making a Splash

Population Health Management: Using Azara Healthcare to Drive Health Center Practice and Transform Patient Outcomes

Speakers

Chandra Beasley, MBA, MPA, MNSA

SC Primary Health Care Association

Brittany Lawrence

SC Primary Health Care Association

11:30 AM - 12:45 PM

Session II

Track 1

Riding the Waves

Seeing the Matrix:

How Understanding Health Disparities Can Super Charge Patient Health Outcomes

Speaker

Rick Foster, MD

Executive Director

Alliance for a Healthier SC

Speaker

Michele Stanek, MHS

Director of Practice Transformation

SC Office of Rural Health

LaShandal Pettaway-Brown, MHS, MBA

Practice Transformation Consultant

SC Office of Rural Health

Lindsay Williams, RHIT, CCA, PCMH-CCE

Practice Transformation Consultant

SC Office of Rural Health

Track 3

Making a Splash

Old Town Road:

(Re)Introducing New Ideas in Rural Settings to Expand Reach

Track 2

Ripple Effect

Improving Access to Diabetes Care and Education with Telehealth

Speakers

Anita Longan, MS, RDN/LD, CDE, BC, ADM

DSMES Quality Coordinator/ Educator

Hope Health Diabetes & Nutrition Institute

Awards Luncheon

12:45 PM - 1:45 PM

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Session III

Track 1

Riding the Waves

Leveraging Our Resources: Using the Diabetes Prevention Toolkit

Speakers
Gerald Wilson, MD
Chair, Diabetes Advisory Council of South Carolina
Philip Nicol, MD
Tidelands Health

Track 2

Ripple Effect

Health Behavior Change Theory:

A Whole Person Approach

Speaker

Lisa Burbage, NBC-HWC, Med

Wellness Five

Track 3

Making a Splash

Don’t Get Left Behind: Emerging Technology Transforming Healthcare

Speakers

Alicia A. Dahl, MS, PhD

Assistant Professor

UNC Charlotte

Brie Turner-McGrievy, PhD, RD

SmartState Technology Center to Promote Healthy Lifestyles

3:30 PM - 4:45 PM

Plenary Session II

A Touch of Sugar Film Screening and Speaker Panel

Speaker Panel: 

Gerald Wilson, MD, Chair, Diabetes Advisory Council of SC

Earnestine Williams, Lifestyle Change Coach

Shanikque Blackwell, MPH, CHES, SC DHEC

Rhonda Marshall, NDPP Participant

Nancy Durham, DNP, BC-FNP, CDE, Medical Science Liaison, Diabetes SANOFI

In this general session, symposium participants will attend one of the first public screenings of A Touch of Sugar. This documentary film was created in collaboration with Merck, directed by Ani Simon-Kennedy, and narrated by acclaimed actress and producer Viola Davis. “A Touch of Sugar dives into the diabetes healthcare epidemic that affects every community in the United States, told through the voices of people united in their struggle with this chronic disease.” (Merck) After the screening, participants will have the opportunity to engage with individuals who work in diabetes management in South Carolina to discuss the emotional challenges, social factors, and public perceptions of the issue. 

4:45 PM - 5:00 PM

Closing

 

7:30 AM - 8:30 AM

Registration & Breakfast 

Saturday, March 14

8:30 AM - 9:30 AM

Session IV

Track 1

Riding the Waves

Medication Therapy Management in Patient-Centered Medical Homes

Speaker

Patricia H. Fabel, PharmD, BCPS
Executive Director; Clinical Associate Professor

Kennedy Pharmacy Innovation Center; USC College of Pharmacy

Track 3

Making a Splash

 

Integrating Oral Health into Rural Primary Care

Speaker

LaShandal Pettaway-Brown, MHS, MBA

Practice Transformation Consultant

SC Office of Rural Health

 

Track 2

Ripple Effect

Working with Health Systems to Expand Food Access, Implement Produce Prescription Programs, and Reduce Disparities

Speaker

Carrie Draper, MSW

University of South Carolina

9:45 AM - 10:45 AM

Session V

Track 1

Riding the Waves

Combating the Growing Opioid Crisis in South Carolina

Speaker

Kevin Walker, MD, FASA

Medical Director for Division of Pain Medicine Departent of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine

Prisma Health

Track 3

Making a Splash

Could Your Patient’s Teeth be Affecting their Health?

Let’s Talk About It!

Speaker

Barbara Park, RDH, MPH

National Association of Chronic Disease Directors

Track 2

Ripple Effect

Healthy People: Evidence-Based Programs to Impact Community Health and Healthy Lifestyles

Speaker

Halie Patterson

Community Health Coordinator, Foothills Area YMCA

Plenary Session III

Equity, Inclusion, and Innovation in Practice

Speaker: Scott E. Porter, MD, MBA, FACS

Professor, USC Department of Orthopedic Surgery

Vice President, Organizational Equity and Inclusion, Prisma Health

This final plenary session will focus on the concepts of equity and inclusion, as they relate to optimizing our healthcare environment. Participants will learn about principles and practices we can employ to embrace inclusion and diversity to ultimately enhance patient outcomes, strengthen continuity of care, and decrease health disparities for underserved populations.

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

12:00 PM - 12:15 PM

Closing