Bringing the Affordable Care Act Home:

Linking Communities with Prevention and

Chronic Disease Management

Contacts

Thomas Bane                             Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Region ll           Thomas.Bane@cms.hhs.gov


Angelica Ramirez                         U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Region II 
Angelica.Ramirez@hhs.gov 
 

When
Thursday, January 24, 2013               8:00 AM to 5:00 PM EST
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Where
Jacob Javits Federal Building
26 Federal Plaza

(Enter on Duane Street between Broadway and Lafayette). 
6th Floor Conference Center
New York, NY 10278

Please bring with you a copy of the building access letter (This letter will be emailed to you days prior to the meeting and will also be available to download at the "Building Access Letter" link below) in order to use the visitor's entrance located on Duane Street.

Building Access Letter

Photo ID is required to enter the Federal building and allocate sufficient time to go through the security check-point when you enter the Federal Building.

Take the elevators to the 6th Floor Conference Center.


 

Travel Directions

By Subway

  • 4, 5, or 6 trains to the Brooklyn Bridge/City Hall Station. Exit the station and walk block north on Lafayette to Duane Street. Left on Duane Street to Broadway. Enter at the  Visitor’s Entrance
  • A or C trains to Chambers Street. Exit the station and walk north on Church Street 2 blocks to Duane Street. Make a right on Duane Street to Broadway. Enter at the Visitor’s Entrance
  • N or R train to the City Hall Station. Exit the station and walk north on Broadway 3 blocks to Duane Street. Enter at the Visitor’s Entrance
  • 1,2,3, or 9 train to Chambers Street. Exit the station and walk north on West Broadway 2 blocks to Duane Street. Make a right on Duane Street to Broadway. Enter at the Visitor’s Entrance

 From Penn Station:

  • A, C, 1,2,3, or 9 train to Chambers Street and continue as above

Parking: Available at local parking lots on  Duane and Worth Streets at approximately  $35-$45 per day

 

 

 On behalf of the Region II U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health (OASH) we cordially invite you to join us for a free one day meeting focused on prevention and chronic disease management.

 This one day meeting, Bringing the Affordable Care Act Home: Linking Communities with Prevention and Chronic Disease Management will inform and engage stakeholders on the impact and improvements made possible by the Affordable Care Act for prevention, treatment and care services in New York City.

Please join us on Thursday, January 24, 2013 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, at the 6th Floor Conference Center in the Jacob Javits Federal Building located at 26 Federal Plaza, New York, N.Y. (downtown Manhattan). 
 

OBJECTIVES

  • To bring together various groups impacted by chronic conditions from across the five boroughs and develop a network for improving prevention, treatment, and care services in New York City.
  • To share information and resources, highlight changes in the health care system that will benefit people living with chronic conditions, including new models of care set in place by the Affordable Care Act.
  • To highlight changes in the health care system that will benefit people living with chronic conditions, including new models of care set in place by the Affordable Care Act.

 

Registration is closed

Lunch is on your own

 

 DOCUMENTS

 Draft Agenda

 Payment Reform and Coordinated Care

 Affordable Care Act and Health Information Technology for  Economic and Clinical Health Act Innovators Panel

 - Care Coordination for Patients with Complex Conditions

 - Health Information Technology in the World of Health Homes 

- An Accountable Delivery System

- Use of Electronic Health Records to Enhance Hepatitis C Care

 

 Affordable Care Act and Improving Health Outcomes

 Improving Health Outcomes for Behavioral Health

 

Break Out Session 1: Affordable Care Act Landscape by  Borough  & Challenges for the Coordination of Care

 Queens Break Out Session 

 Queens Break Out Session - Notes

 Brooklyn Break Out Session 

 Brooklyn Break Out Session - Notes

 Manhattan Break Out Session

 Manhattan Break Out Session- Notes

 Staten Island Break Out Session 

 Staten Island Brek Out Session - Notes

 Bronx Break Out Session

 Bronx Break Out Session - Notes

 

 Affordable Care Act and People with Multiple Chronic Conditions

 Chronic Disease Prevention in New York City

  

 RESOURCES

www.healthcare.gov

http://healthit.hhs.gov

www.nycreach.org

National HIV/AIDS Strategy Fact Sheet

National HIV/AIDS Strategy Update of 2011-2012 Federal Efforts to Implement The National HIV/AIDS Strategy

HHS Combating the Silent Epidemic of Viral Hepatitis Action Plan for the Prevention, Care & Treatment of Viral Hepatitis

HHS Multiple Chronic Conditions: A Strategic Framework


 

 

 

 

 

 

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