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2012 Living Well Forum

March 7, 2012 - Hilton Eugene, Eugene, OR

The seventh annual Living Well Forum took place on March 7, 2012 in Eugene. The keynote presentation was given by Dr. Kate Lorig, director of the Stanford Patient Education Research Center and developer of the Stanford Chronic Disease Self-Management Program. The Living Well Forum also included a series of topic-specific breakout sessions applicable to program leaders, Master Trainers, coordinators, partners, and health care providers; such as financial sustainability, quality assurance, marketing, and how to build connections with health systems.

Forum Agenda (pdf)

Spanish Forum Agenda (pdf)

 

Plenary Sessions

Welcome and State of Oregon Living Well (pdf):  Cara Railsback, MPH, Self-Management Coordinator, OHA

National and Federal Perspectives on Living Well (pdf):  Kristie Patton, National Council on Aging

The Past, Present, and Future of Living Well:  Kate Lorig, RN, DrPH, Stanford Patient Education Research Center (no presentation provided)

Panel Discussion:  Taking Living Well to Places it's Never Been Before:  Kristie Patton, National Council on Aging (no presentation provided)

Panelists:  Ann Shindo, Oregon Dept. of Corrections / Susan Jay Rounds, Rogue Valley Council  of Governments / Pamela Lunsford, Oregon Cascades West Council of Governments / Christine Lau, Asian Health and Service Center

 

Morning Breakout Sessions

Living Well 101

Living Well 101 (pdf)

Facilitators:  Elizabeth Connor, Silverton Hospital / Susan Miles, OHA

 

Marketing 201:  Using the Living Well Toolkit to Boost Workshop Recruitment

Visit the Living Well Marketing and Sustainability Toolkit webpage

Facilitators: Chickadee Swanson, Lincoln County Living Well Program / Maria Pfeifer, My Life Works Today! / Ann Way, Lincoln County Health & Human Services / Cara Railsback, OHA / Susan Miles, OHA

 

Tomando Control de su Salud

No presentation provided

Facilitators:  Connie Ayala and Sandra Echavarria, Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic / Rocio Munoz and Fabiola Sandoval, Benton County Health Services

 

Putting the Act in Action Planning

No presentation provided

Facilitators: Brenda Johnson, Deschutes County Health / Kim Curley, Commute Options

 

Living Well & Health System Transformation

Transforming the Oregon Health Plan: Opportunities for Living Well (pdf)

Samaritan Transformation Model (pdf)

Samaritan Patient-Centered Primary Care Home Model (pdf)

Talking Points:  How Living Well Can Help Coordinated Care Organizations Fulfill Their Mission April 2012 (pdf)

Facilitators: Don Bruland, Rogue Valley Council of Governments / Jana Kay Slater, Samaritan Health Services / Danna Drum Hastings, OHA

 

Afternoon Breakout Sessions

Evidence-Based Programs That Help You Move:  Arthritis Foundation Programs and Tai Chi: Moving for Better Balance

Falls Prevention in Oregon (pdf)

Let's Talk Exercise and Arthritis (pdf)

Facilitators:  Cindy Bishop, Arthritis Foundation Great West Chapter / Lisa Shields, OHA

 

Integrating Living Well in Health Care Delivery Systems:  Oregon Success Stories

Patient Self-Management Collaborative (pdf)

Integrating Living Well in Health Care Delivery Systems (pdf)

Facilitators: Anne Daugherty, La Clinica del Valle / Carol Hansen Hills, Oregon Primary Care Association / Arlene Logan, Rogue Valley Council of Governments / Karen Stewart-Sinwell, Siskiyou Community Health Center

 

Charts, Colored Markers and Facilitation, Oh My!  Working Through Complicated Activities for Leaders

No presentations provided

Facilitators:  Beverly Cridland, PeaceHealth Gerontology Unit / Ann Way, Lincoln County Health Department

 

Sustainability for Living Well in Oregon:  What's Next?

Living Well Business Plan Update (pdf)

NCOA: Sustainability for Living Well in Oregon (pdf)

Connecting The Dots (pdf)

Patient Centered Primary Care Home Recognition/NCOA Accredidation: Crosswalk Model A & Crosswalk Model B

Talking Points:  How Living Well Can Help Coordinated Care Organizations Fulfill Their Mission April 2012 (pdf)

Facilitators:  Kristie Patton, National Council on Aging / Laura Saddler, OHA / Linda Graham, Tuality Healthcare / Berta Varble, Rogue Valley Council of Governments / Irma Murauskas, Oregon Primary Care Association