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Well, good afternoon, everyone, and welcome to this webinar entitled Aspirational Healthcare. My name is Dr. Angela McIlyde.
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I'm the Vice President of Programs and Education at the American College of Preventive Medicine.
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We are pleased today to hear from Dr. Douglas Eby, Vice President of Medical Services at the South Central Foundation, and Daryl Moon, who serves as the Chief Executive Officer
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at ORIENT. Our session today will be moderated by Dr. Michael Perkinson, Principal, Community Health.
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The American College of Preventive Medicine is a professional medical society of approximately 2,000 physicians dedicated to improving the health and quality of life of individuals,
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families, communities, and populations through disease prevention and health promotion. Our members are licensed medical doctors who possess expertise in a broad range of healthcare
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skills, including biostatistics, epidemiology, management of healthcare organizations, research, and the practice of prevention in clinical settings.
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Our members work in hospitals, government at the local, state, and national levels, the military, laboratories, businesses, and academia.
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I have just a few housekeeping items to share. First is that the audience has been placed in listen-only mode.
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We will be posting a recording of this webinar on the ACPM website in the next day or two. We ask you to please populate the chat box with questions, and we'll be answering those
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at the end of the session. And of course, we want to know what you thought, so please fill out the evaluation that you'll receive immediately following.
Video Summary
In this webinar entitled "Aspirational Healthcare," Dr. Douglas Eby and Daryl Moon discuss the principles and strategies behind the transformation of the healthcare system at the South Central Foundation in Alaska. Dr. Eby outlines the key elements of their approach, which is centered around consumer-driven healthcare and the importance of relationships, shared responsibility, and complex adaptive system theory. He explains that the traditional medical model is not effective in addressing chronic conditions and emphasizes the need for a whole system approach that integrates public health, prevention, wellness, and medical services. Dr. Eby also describes the comprehensive primary care system they have implemented, which includes a team-based approach and co-located experts in areas such as behavioral health and social work. Darryl Moon discusses the importance of aligning employer objectives with their healthcare benefits and the need for choice and relationship in the healthcare system. He suggests that employers should invest in aligning their internal teams, offering choice to employees, and providing incentives for engaging in trusted relationships with coaches and primary care providers. The webinar concludes with a Q&A session where Dr. Eby and Darryl Moon answer questions from participants about the operational principles of the South Central Foundation and how employers can implement these strategies in their own organizations.
Keywords
Aspirational Healthcare
South Central Foundation
consumer-driven healthcare
relationships
whole system approach
comprehensive primary care system
employer objectives
choice
trusted relationships

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