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Session 1:

8:30AM to 10AM

Session 2:

10:15 to 11:45

Monday

March 13

Working with Communities


Hal Strelnick MD



Strelnick: History and Impact of CHCs: 2012

INCREASING ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE AND REDUCING MINORITY HEALTH DISPARITIES: A BRIEF HISTORY AND THE IMPACT OF COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTERS



A Different Kind Of Bronx Cheer Hal Strelnick, Richard Younge 1992 Health PAC


Sick Around the World

Film and Discussion with Dr. Len Rodberg   


We will watch the film "Sick Around The World" and then Dr. Len Rodberg will lead a discussion about the issues raised by the film. You can see the film at this link.


"Four in five Americans say the U.S. health-care system needs “fundamental” change. Can the U.S. learn anything from the rest of the world about how to run a health-care system, or are these nations so culturally different from us that their solutions would simply not be acceptable to Americans? FRONTLINE correspondent T.R. Reid examines first-hand the health-care systems of other advanced capitalist democracies — UK, Germany, Switzerland, Japan, and Taiwan — to see what tried and tested ideas might help us reform our broken health-care system


VALUE BASED PAYMENTS

Tuesday

March 14

Presentations by Residents


State Based Single Payer - NEJM August 2011-Vermont


Single Payer


Hawaii - 1970s



Massachusetts - Romney Care  MA-ED use



California

Colorado









The Single Payer Proposal

Dr. David Himmelstein


Annals of Internal Medicine 2/21/17: S.Woolhandler and D Himmelstein: "Single Payer Reform.  The Only Way to Fulfuill the President's Pledge of More Coverage, Better Benefits, and Lower Costs"


Single Payer


Physicians' Proposal for Single Payer Health Care - Woolhandler Himmelstein Young Angell JAMA 2003



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--------- Special Tri-Track Advocacy Curriculum --------

(Social Medicine Rounds)


The Physician Voice in Resistance

Advocacy Skills, Speaking, OpED/Social Media




2PM: Brief Intro by the Track Directors

2:05 - 3:30: Katie Robbins: Using the Doctor’s Voice Soc media

3:30 - 3:40: Break

3:40 - 5:45: Laurie Kellogg -Speaking Out Workshop



Wednesday

March 15

Alternative Care Models in Primary Care

Jun Mitsumoto

Lisa Lapman  - 

Alisha Liggett

Low Cost Concierge Medicine

Presentations by Residents


State Based Single Payer - NEJM August 2011-Vermont


Single Payer


Hawaii - 1970s



Massachusetts - Romney Care  MA-ED use



California

Colorado


Thursday

March 16

Homeless Healthcare

Dr. Andrea LIttleton

RESIDENT REPORTS

Public Health Successes


Friday, 

March 17

Weekly Evaluations (8:30 to 9AM)


Link to 2nd week evaluation:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/NGJ765Z


Team-based Learning #2

Ruchi Mathur, MD

Resident Reports

- Efforts on State and National Level

- Public Health Success Stories


TrumpCare - Sire Sow



Movies worth watching:


Medicine versus Madison Avenue


- Dr. Alan Blum's Mad Magazine Inspired activism


Death in the West is a 1976 documentary made by the BBC which traced the fates of real cowboys who smoked. Phillip Morris executives deny health problems associated with smoking. It used to be available on the internet. 


Bitter Medicine: Canada's National Film Board's documentary on the development of Canadian Medicare. The first film can be accessed at this link.












Weekend

on your own

Serious and fun


NYC Tenement Museum

103 Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002 | tel 877.975.3786

tenement.org


Montefiore's origins were in the tenements of New York's Lower East Side. The visit is well worth the trip. While there ponder the role of Lillian Wald, the creator of Public Health Services and one of the founders of the US Socialist Party. 


Wald was a true radical and you can read about her work in the book she authored: The House on Henry Street




Lillian Wald


Public Health Nursing


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Matt Anderson,
Mar 4, 2017, 7:43 PM
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