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CGS3 - General Session
10:30am - 12:30pm Central - August 20, 2019 | Room: Grand Ballroom
The Future of Work in Health Care The future of work holds incredible promise for health care’s quadruple aim – enhanced by technology and powered by consumer expectations. To create the future of health,  leaders will need to focus on the tremendous potential the future of work holds by anticipating next generation technological innovations and scientific breakthroughs, generational changes and workforce trends. Join us in exploring the workforce of the future and applying it to organizational decisions of today. Moderator: Jennifer Radin, MPH, MBA, Chief Innovation Officer, Healthcare, Deloitte Consulting LLP Panelists: David Betts, MBA, Life Sciences and Healthcare Insights Leader, Deloitte Consulting, LLP Asif Dhar, MD, Life Sciences and Healthcare/Smart Cities Strategist, Deloitte Consulting, LLP Andrew M. Wiesenthal, MD, SM, Managing Director, Deloitte Consulting, LLP Federal Update James Macrae, MA, MPP, Associate Administrator, Bureau of Primary Health Care/HRSA Luis Padilla, MD, FAAFP, Associate Administrator for Health Workforce and Director of the National Health Services Corps, HRSA Laura Cheever, MD, ScM, Associate Administrator, Bureau for HIV/AIDS Bureau/HRSA
Concurrent Sessions
01:30pm - 03:30pm Central - August 20, 2019

Tuesday
CTuD2 - Understanding Risk in Contracting
01:30pm - 03:00pm Central - August 20, 2019 | Room: Columbus KL
Track: Innovation and Transformation
Credits Available: 1.50 Medical Doctors (CME)  |  1.80 Accountants (CPE)  |  1.50 Social Workers (CE)  |  1.50 Board Governance
As health centers continue to transition to value-based care and population health, more and more payer contracts include some form of risk (or financial burden for the services provided versus the amount of reimbursement expected in return). This session will provide the fundamentals considerations for risk-based contracts and how to prepare health centers for participation in arrangements with risk. One fundamental that will be explored is the ability to identify the data and analytics necessary for success in risk-based contracts. Come hear from a legal expert and your peers in the field who have first-hand experience in this area.
Tuesday
CTuE2 - Health Center Advocacy: Practices and Tools Board Members Can Use
01:30pm - 03:00pm Central - August 20, 2019 | Room: Regency AB
Track: Advocacy and Mobilization,Health Center Governance
Credits Available: 1.50 Medical Doctors (CME)  |  1.80 Accountants (CPE)  |  1.50 Social Workers (CE)  |  1.50 Board Governance
Health center board member engagement in advocacy efforts is imperative in order to strengthen the future of your community health center, and ensure the continued funding and public support for community health centers around the country. Join this interactive session to learn about tools and techniques to build the stamina of your board for ongoing advocacy and to build the confidence of board members when fighting for good policies and sustainable funding.
Tuesday
CTuF2 - Federal Policy and Advocacy Update: Where We've Been and Where We're Headed - RECOMMENDED FOR YOUNG PROFESSIONALS
01:30pm - 03:00pm Central - August 20, 2019 | Room: Regency C
Track: Policy Analysis,Advocacy and Mobilization
Credits Available: 1.50 Medical Doctors (CME)  |  1.80 Accountants (CPE)  |  1.50 Social Workers (CE)  |  1.50 Board Governance
In the new divided Congress, bipartisan priorities are more important than ever – that’s why we’ve seen strong support for health center priorities since early this year. But where do these priorities stand today? Join us as we look back at all that has happened since the start of the 116th Congress and how we can move forward with our remaining policy priorities. We'll also share advocacy best practices for working with your members of Congress to address these key health center issues. 
Tuesday
CTuG2 - Demonstrating Health Center Value in New and Developing Research
01:30pm - 03:00pm Central - August 20, 2019 | Room: Regency D
Track: Policy Analysis,Advocacy and Mobilization
Credits Available: 1.50 Medical Doctors (CME)  |  1.80 Accountants (CPE)  |  1.50 Social Workers (CE)  |  1.50 Board Governance
Researchers will present their recent work examining the role of health centers in the national health care system. Their work will help guide important discussions about health center value and quality of care.
Tuesday
CTuH2 - Reducing Capital Project Financing Costs: The HRSA Loan Guarantee Program and New Markets Tax Credits - NCA FEATURED
01:30pm - 03:00pm Central - August 20, 2019 | Room: Crystal A
Track: Health Center Essentials
Credits Available: 1.50 Medical Doctors (CME)  |  1.80 Accountants (CPE)  |  1.50 Social Workers (CE)  |  1.50 Board Governance
HRSA’s Health Center Facility Loan Guarantee Program (LGP) has a new lease on life, based on a new appropriation in 2018 which provides sufficient subsidy for HRSA to guarantee up to $900 million in new loans to health centers. The LGP is being expanded and updated to make the guarantee more attractive to the capital markets and more user-friendly for health centers. It offers Health Center Program awardees a guarantee of up to 80 percent of the financing needed to support construction, renovation, and modernization of medical facilities. Another critical source of low-cost capital and equity for health centers is the New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) program, allowing many health centers to secure approximately 20-22 percent of their total facility project costs as equity. This session will describe the benefits to health centers of the LGP and NMTC, as well as eligibility requirements and resources available on both programs.
Tuesday
CTuJ2 - HRSA's Operational Site Visit: Preparing for Year-Round Compliance and Performance Improvement
01:30pm - 03:00pm Central - August 20, 2019 | Room: Crystal BC
Track: Health Center Fundamentals,Health Center Essentials
Credits Available: 1.50 Medical Doctors (CME)  |  1.80 Accountants (CPE)  |  1.50 Social Workers (CE)  |  1.50 Board Governance
The Health Center Program Requirements are a critical foundation for a health center’s success. HRSA’s Site Visit Protocol has changed the way operational site visits (OSVs) are conducted and how HRSA assesses compliance with program requirements. This session will feature the perspectives of the federal government, an OSV reviewer, and a health center. Participants will learn insights and key strategies for all phases of the OSV process. Presenters will highlight how high-performing health centers use the OSV to engage in a continuous process of not just program compliance, but performance improvement and operational excellence.