Here is the panel for this workshop:
Stan Dorn-The Urban Institute http://www.urban.org/
Caroline Rivas-Community Health Councils, Inc. http://www.chc-inc.org/
Michael DeChiara-Community Partners, Inc. http://www.compartners.org/
Diana Ragbeer-The Children's Trust http://www.thechildrenstrust.org/
Returning to last nights "Trend" discussion, all of these presenters hit on the following topics:
-Outreach: how to do we find the children who are eligible for SCHIP in our states.
-Retention: how do we retain our enrollment numbers.
-Utilization: how is the program being utilized and who is utilizing the system.
-Culturally Appropriate Services: in a culturally diverse environment how do we leave no one behind.
Quick cool quote from the workshop:
Stan Dorn: After showing us a slide of Issac Newton's First Law of Motion - An object at rest tends to stay at rest- Dorn stated "Do we want to be working with Issac Newton or against Issac Newton?"
More from Issace Newton: