Population Health Collaborative

Constellation Consulting, LLC works in collaboration with the New Mexico Department of Health, Heart Disease & Stroke Prevention Program to convene the Population Health Collaborative (PHC). The PHC will meets throughout the year, and together addresses the six strategies developed by the CDC to reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease:

STRATEGY 1:  Utilizing Electronic Health Records (EHR) to identify patients with undiagnosed or uncontrolled high blood pressure.

STRATEGY 2:  Utilizing team-based care (non-physicians, such as pharmacists, nutritionists, nurse practitioners) to help patients manage high blood pressure and high cholesterol.

STRATEGY 3:  Utilizing Community Health Workers (CHWs) to help control high blood pressure and high cholesterol.

STRATEGY 4:  Facilitate use of self-measured blood pressure monitoring (SMBP) with clinical support.

STRATEGY 5:  Systematic referral of patients with hypertension and high cholesterol to community programs/resources.

STRATEGY 6:  Promote the adoption of Medication Therapy Management (MTM) between pharmacists and physicians for the purpose of managing high blood pressure, high blood cholesterol, and lifestyle modification. 

PHC 2022 Conference
Thursday, June 23
Online only, with sessions from 9 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.

 

Join Constellation Consulting, LLC and the New Mexico Department of Health, Heart Disease & Stroke Prevention Program for the Population Health Collaborative 2022  Conference. This year's Conference features:

Leigh Caswell
Vice President for Community Health, Presbyterian Healthcare Services

Sheryl Wilkeson
Community Impact Director, New Mexico & Southern Colorado, American Heart Association

Sara Ukeiley
Self-Monitoring Blood Pressure Program Director, YMCA of Central New Mexico

Dr. Rizwan Sardar
Interventional Cardiologist, Memorial Medical Center

This conference will be online only. Registration is not required. For access to the zoom link, please email us at suzanne@ConstellationNM.com.

Additional information available soon. CEUs may be available.

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