Program Sustainability in the New Reality of COVID-19 - October 29th Virtual Workshop



1:00 - 3:00pm Mountain Time



Primary Competency

Policy Development/Program Planning Skills

As the rapid onset of the global pandemic COVID-19 has upended every facet of our lives, health care delivery, operations, reimbursement and management have required even greater demands from team members. While there have been seismic shifts from the status quo of conducting business to a new way forward, expectations remain for health care systems to benefit the patient, stakeholders and the organizational bottom line.  Given the current climate, it seems like everyone is building the plane while they are flying!

The purpose of this workshop is to provide the opportunity to create hard and soft measures of performance that align with new sustainability goals created from the onset of COVID-19. We will focus on big, long-term, and effective strategies for sustainability. By the end of the workshop, participants will be able to generate a business model canvas for their respective projects. 

Learning Objectives
Describe how to generate a business model canvas for your respective projects.
Length of Learning Opportunity
2 hours
Registration Information
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Presenter(s) and/or Content Experts

Demetria M. McNeal, PhD, MBA, CPLP

Dr. McNeal is an academically trained health communication scientist with prior corporate healthcare experience as well as clinical experience. A a Dissemination & Implementation Scientist specializing in Health Disparities in the Black American community, her interests are to reduce health disparities in diabetes and cardiovascular disease.  Dr. McNeal strives to work with clinics and communities to implement evidence-based sustainable health interventions for people with diabetes and cardiovascular disease.  Dr. McNeal is an Assistant Professor of Medicine, Division of General Internal Medicine, School of Medicine, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus.

Geographic Relevance
Priority is given to individuals from Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, or Wyoming

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