ACPM is continuing to develop the Population Health Integration Curriculum. This curriculum will include three new 1-1.5 hours CME/MOC courses on the following topic: Using health information technology (HIT) to drive innovation and improve population health.  
 
ACPM is seeking 1-2 expert faculty for the course. These evidence-based courses will build on the foundation in population health and, through case studies, help physicians to evaluate and effectively integrate population level strategies within health systems and other work settings, to improve the health of high risk populations. The curriculum will be available through ACPM’s online learning platform.

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Selection Criteria
Please read the selection criteria carefully prior to submitting the application.

  1. Be a current ACPM member

  2. Develop, pilot, review, finalize and deliver 1-1.5 hour(s) course within a prescribed timeline

  3. Have subject matter expertise in at least two or more of the following areas:

    1. Integrating improvements in lifestyle and population health strategies within health systems and clinical settings

    2. Systems-based approaches to preventing chronic diseases

    3. Using metrics to measure, evaluate and improve health at a population level

    4. Using novel health IT approaches to assess and improve population health

    5. Addressing disparities and improving health of high risk and vulnerable populations

    6. Assessing and addressing the social determinants of health of high risk and vulnerable populations

  4. Have experience in at least two of the following cross-cutting areas:  

    1. Obtaining leadership buy-in and managing consensus among team members

    2. Data collection, use and analyses

    3. Performance and quality metrics

    4. Provider reimbursement through emerging payment models and/or and delivery system reform models

    5. Provider or patient facing health information technology

    6. Value -based care payment models and provider reimbursement

    7. Effective communication

    8. Coalition and partnership-building

    9. Implementation strategies

  5. Experience in developing evidence-based curriculum is preferred but not required.

Why serve as faculty?

  • Develop courses and disseminate knowledge to integrate population health strategies within various practice settings;

  • Develop courses to address and prevent chronic diseases using systems-based approaches and improvements to lifestyle;

  • Network with other experts in the field;

  • Pilot the course through an online webinar and engage with members

  • Faculty will be compensated for developing the courses; and

  • Professional development.