The MHA Keystone Center is partnering with the Michigan Health Endowment Fund and RUSH University Medical Center to host a virtual roundtable from 10 to 11:15 a.m. June 21 on implementing caregiver navigation programs in health systems across Michigan.
Attendees will learn about a new Michigan Caregiver Navigation Toolkit developed by the MHA Keystone Center, as well as how RUSH University Medical Center has expanded its Age-Friendly Health Systems initiative to incorporate caregiving best practices in its Caring for Caregivers model. Attendees will engage in a roundtable discussion about barriers and solutions to expanding caregiver programming in their organizations and across the state.
Attendees will also:
- Learn about new initiatives and programs that focus on the health and well-being of patient caregivers.
- Engage in an open discussion about potential barriers and solutions to adopting caregiver programming in your organization.
- Participate in small breakout sessions to better learn each attendee’s unique needs to assist with adopting a new caregiver model.
- Develop and leverage feedback to plan and evaluate how to expand caregiver programming across the state.
Executive and clinical leaders, patient safety officers, quality improvement personnel, directors of patient experience or compliance, care managers and caregiver program managers are encouraged to register by June 7 for the virtual roundtable.
Members with questions may contact the MHA Keystone Center.