AA&NHPI Health Center Summit 2017 Materials

Materials from the AA&NHPI Health Center Summit in San Francisco, CA on May 26, 2017.

Welcome & Keynote

•   Opening Remarks – Jeff Caballero, MPH, Executive Director, AAPCHO

•   Strength to Equity: 2nd Annual Health Center Summit – Carolyn Wang Kong MPH, MPP, Program Officer, Health Care and Coverage, Blue Shield of California Foundation

We Count! Opportunities for National and State Efforts Action on Data Collection

•   WE Count: Opportunities for National and State Data Collection Action – Nia Aitaoto, PhD, Co-Director, Center for Pacific Islander Health, University of Arkansas for Medical Services

•   We Count: Opportunities for National and State Data Collection and Action – Demonstrating the Value of AAPCHO Disaggregated Data – Rosy Chang Weir, PhD, Director of Research, AAPCHO

•   All for One or One for All? The Disaggregation Challenge for Asian Americans and Pacific Islander – Tung Nguyen, MD, Chair in General Internal Medicine and Professor of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco

Building Partnerships with the Legal Community to Address Social Determinants Of Health

•   Medical-Legal Partnership: Bridging Legal, Health & Public Health Sectors to Address the Social Determinants of Health – Ellen Lawton, JD, Principal, National Center for Medical Legal Partnerships, George Washington University, Department of Health Policy and Management

•   Bay Area Legal Aid: Building Partnerships with Legal Communities – Alex Gulotta, Executive Director; Protima Pandey, Managing Attorney and Regional Counsel for Immigration; and Jia Min Cheng, Legal Director San Francisco Medical-Legal Partnership, Bay Area Legal Aid

 

Additional Handout:
Practice Advisory: Immigration Law and Considerations for Serving Health Center Patients (May 2017)

Documenting Your Impact: Tools for Addressing Social Determinants of Health and Demonstrating Value

•   Documenting Your Impact: Tools for Addressing Social Determinants of Health and Demonstrating Value – Leinaala Kanana, Director of Community Health Services, Waianae Coast Comprehensive Health Center

•   Culturally & Linguistically Competent PRAPARE Initiatives – Shane Chen, Chief Operations Officer, HOPE Clinic

Language Access: Managing and Sustaining Multilingual Health Access Models

•   3 Ways to Improve Access to Care for LEP Patients – Judy Nguyen, Patient Care Manager, Asian Health Services

•   Delivery of Care to Immigrants and Refugees – Shane Chen, Chief Operations Officer, HOPE Clinic

 

Additional Handout:
Alameda Alliance for Health Point-to Language Chart

Techniques and Strategies to Multiply Your Impact

•   Sparking Movements: Storytelling for Social Impact – Beverly Quintana, Communications Manager, AAPCHO

•   Impacting Community Health: From Patient Empowerment to Policy Advocacy – Julia Liou, MPH, Director of Program Planning and Development, Asian Health Services

•   Resource Development to Amplify Impact: Translating Community Voices – Rhodora Ursua, MPH, Director of Programs, Asian Pacific Partners for Empowerment, Advocacy and Leadership