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Welcome to the 2017 Patient-Centered Medical Home Congress.  
This is a can’t-miss conference for those who want to be part of an expanded educational program focused on the journey of transformation and recognition success.  Attend specialized tracks and network with high-level executives throughout the care delivery system.   
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Saturday, November 4 • 10:20am - 11:20am
Role of Health Literate Organizations in Providing Optimal Equitable Care

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This session will examine the role Health Literate Organizations play in maximizing equitable care, as well as fulfilling the PCMH standards of care across all domains. The session will provide information about the structure of Health Literate Organizations, who can participate, what its impact can be, as well as address its part in the Quality of Care in the future. This session will also highlight the 10 Essential Attributes of a Health Literate Organization and the role of health literate advocates, and include initiatives and research findings in this area. (UAN 0850-9999-17-024-L04-P)

 Learning Objectives
  • Define health literacy, health literate organization, and role of health literate advocates. Determine who can participate and why and who benefits from health literate organizations.
  • Describe the economic impact, prevalence, and skills needed to be a health literate organization; educate on research findings and initiatives to assist with conceptualization of health literate sites.
  • Showcase the 10 Attributes of a health literate organization and tools they use to fulfill PCMH Standards as well as walk them through applicability of those tools to meet the PCMH 2014 or 2017.

avatar for Nooriya Khokha, MSC, MBBS, PCMH CCE

Nooriya Khokha, MSC, MBBS, PCMH CCE

Community Practice Transformation Specialist, Community Health Network of Connecticut
Ms Khokha works full-time at Community Health Network of CT (CHNCT) as their Community Practice Transformation Specialist (CPTS) – under their Person-Centered Medical Home Program (PCMH). Ms Khokha assists practices and providers attain NCQA –PCMH recognition status... Read More →

Laura Demeyer, RN, MSN

Director, Community Practice Transformation Program, Community Health Network of Connecticut
Laura Demeyer is the Director of the Community Practice Transformation Program at Community Health Network of Connecticut (CHNCT). She is responsible for overseeing a team of nine Community Practice Transformation Specialist (CPTS) who provide education and support to Connecticut... Read More →

Saturday November 4, 2017 10:20am - 11:20am EDT