- Wednesday, May 17, 2017
Treatment Transformation: Leveraging Technology and Research to Evolve Our Clinical Model
Wednesday, May 17
noon Central Daylight Time (1 hour)
There is no charge for this event.
Outcomes matter, more than ever. Healthcare reform is changing the way treatment is delivered, with a focus on greater transparency in both outcomes and cost. The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation's response has been to innovate and lead by:
- Targeting our programs and initiatives to achieve healthcare's Triple Aim
- Evolving our evidence-based model of care to most effectively guide patients from clinical management to self-management
Join your colleagues in health care, along with Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation's Senior Vice President of Recovery Services, John Driscoll, as he discusses how the Foundation has recognized and addressed addiction as a chronic disease and as a result, has evolved its clinical model. John will also discuss the Foundation's treatment approach and clinical model, in addition to the new platforms and tools that support the model. He will discuss how these technologies inform our efforts across the spectrum of care—from diagnostics to clinical treatment to early detection of relapse to remote monitoring of patient health.
During the conversation, he will discuss the important role of research and data, and how that informs our treatment approach today and beyond—all in the effort to increase patient engagement, clinical responsiveness, and improve outcomes.
- Discuss why the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation is evolving its clinical model
- Examine the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation's clinical model and treatment approach
- Explore how the Foundation is implementing its new clinical capabilities, and what's next
A certificate of completion will be awarded for attending this event. Please note, this event has not been approved for Continuing Education (CE) credit. The participant is responsible to verify if this activity meets their Continuing Education board requirements in order to gain CE credit.
Questions? Please contact Ann Tucker.