The Ohio State College of Public Health will hold its 2018 Summer Program in Population Health Monday-Friday, June 18-22.
The week-long program offers a number of courses designed to give you the knowledge and skills to address today’s population health concerns. This year we are offering a course specifically for clinicians, healthcare administrators, and health policy makers called Population Health and Quality Measurement. Taught by healthcare policy experts at Battelle, the course will lay a foundation to understand the intersection of population health and quality measurement, including how quality measures are developed and used in state and federal programs for quality improvement and comparative reporting. The course will also apply these concepts to assist participants in engaging in the measure development process to ensure public policy incorporates the clinician and patient perspective.
To learn more about the program, visit the Ohio State Center for Public Health Practice’s Summer Program webpage, and don’t forget to check out the other courses on the worsening opioid epidemic, the epidemiology of suicide, systems thinking to improve infant mortality, addressing place and health equit, and many more.
If you have questions, please contact Andrew Wapner, DO, director for the Center for Public Health Practice at the OSU College of Public Health or call 614.292.8675.