Boston, MA
Oct. 22-23, 2018
Director for the Academy of Population Health
University of North Carolina

Michael Dulin, MD, PhD, is a primary care and health services researcher with over 20 years of expertise working in the Charlotte, N.C. region using data to improve quality of and access to health services.  He currently is a professor of Public Health Sciences at UNC Charlotte and leads the Academy for Population Health Innovation – a collaboration with Mecklenburg County Public Health in North Carolina.

October 22, 2018
1:40pm - 2:20pm
America Ballroom

In this highly interactive and fun session, a leading population health expert takes questions from the audience and delivers expertise and insights to help attendees drive greater success with their own pop health initiatives.

Questions already submitted include:

  • From the perspective of a provider, what’s the most important data integration point that could enhance the value of a pop health analytics exercise that organizations (providers) are likely NOT doing now?
  • Do you agree: There is no such thing as population health, only the health of individuals in a group. Why or why not?
  • What are good data sources for population health measures for a geographic based population rather than the population of people already in our healthcare databases?  How do we link information from these sources with the data in our healthcare databases?

This session will kick off the afternoon in engaging fashion and set the stage for the power-packed sessions to follow.

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