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The 5 C's of Integrated Healthcare:
Care, Collaboration, Cost, Community, & Culture

March 8-10, 2018
Phoenix, AZ

Cummings Graduate Institute for Behavioral Health Studies' annual integrated care conference brings together students, educators, thought leaders, providers, and innovators to explore, discuss, and be inspired by the growing field of integrated care. The 2018 conference entitled, The 5 C's of Integrated Healthcare: Care, Collaboration, Cost, Community, & Culture, will take place March 8-10, 2018 in Phoenix, AZ.

The 2018 conference will explore 5 topics of Integrated Care: Care, Collaboration, Cost, Community, and Culture. Presentations, workshops, and panel discussions on each of these topics will be offered throughout the conference by experts, innovators, and disruptors making an impact in the integrated care and behavioral health arenas.

The conference is open to the public. Registered attendees are eligible to earn CEU’s at the conference.

Group discounts are available to organizations with 2 or more attendees. For group discount information, please contact info@cummingsinstitute.com.

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    Schedule

     

    Thursday, March 8, 2018
    Time Session Location Presenter
    5 – 7 p.m. Registration and Welcome Reception Roof Top Pool
    Friday, March 9, 2018
    Time Session Location Presenter
    8:30 – 9 a.m. Registration and Breakfast Savvy Salon Ballroom
    9 – 10 a.m. Welcome and Keynote,
    Theme: Community
    Savvy Salon Ballroom Rodrigo Olivares and Nellie Nekouie, United Healthcare
    10:15 – 11:15 a.m. TBA Grove TBA
    Working with Latinos in Integrated Behavioral Health,  
    Theme: Culture + Community
    Rustler Rachael Cresci & Patricia Bruce
    Executive Track: Where Does the Money Come From?,
    Theme: Cost
    Sol Gabriel Orthous, Himformatics
    11:30 a.m. – 12:30 pm. TBA Grove TBA
    Addiction Management and Care in the Workplace,
    Theme: Care
    Rustler Steve Schwartz, Face it Together
    Executive Track: The Importance of Collaborating within your Community,
    Theme: Collaboration + Community
    Sol Larry Ford, Cummings Graduate Institute for Behavioral Health Studies & Hands to Guide You
    12:30 – 1:30 pm. Lunch Savvy Salon Ballroom
    1:45 – 2:45 p.m. Poster Presentations Savvy Salon Ballroom TBA
    Executive Track: Co-Designing Workforce Development Solutions for Healthcare,
    Theme: Collaboration
    Sol Cara English, Cummings Graduate Institute for Behavioral Health Studies & Thomas Aubrey, Glendale Community College
    3 – 4 p.m. Medically Unexplained Symptoms: Diagnosis and Treatment,
    Theme: Care
    Grove David Clarke, Cummings Graduate Institute for Behavioral Health Studies, Psychophysiologic Disorders Association, and the Center for Ethics at Oregon Health and Science University
    Creating a Sustainable Community Network of Support to Nurture Moms and Families in the Perinatal Period,
    Theme: Collaboration
    Rustler Cara English, Cummings Graduate Institute for Behavioral Health Studies
    Executive Track: Behavioral Health In an Emergency Department World,
    Theme: Cost
    Sol Tobi Gilbert, Bay Area Psychology Associates
    Saturday, March 10, 2018
    Time Session Location Presenter
    8:30 – 9 a.m. Registration and Breakfast Savvy Salon Ballroom
    9 – 10 a.m. Welcome and Keynote: Educating an Integrated Care Workforce through Co-Production and an Asset Based Approach,
    Theme: Collaboration + Culture
    Savvy Salon Ballroom Helen Rainey & Kirstin James, The University of West of Scotland
    10:15 – 11:15 p.m. Navajo Nation Department of Health,
    Theme: Culture
    Grove Glorinda Segay, Navajo Department of Health
    The 7 Stages of Value-Based Reimbursement,
    Theme: Cost
    Rustler Mark Anderson, AC Group, Inc
    Executive Track: Data as a Journey- I like BIG Data and I cannot lie!,  
    Theme: Cost
    Sol Gabriel Orthous, Himformatics
    11:30 – Noon p.m. Closing Remarks Savvy Salon Ballroom TBA

    Continuing Education credits are available for conference sessions attendees on Friday and Saturday.

    Conference attendees will receive access to all presentation slides after the conference.

    Schedule is tentative and subject to change.

    Topics

     

    The 2018 conference will explore examples of how integrated healthcare approaches address pain points in healthcare delivery for patients and providers, and help patients and providers make the gains that are important to them. Topics fall within the following five categories: Care, Collaboration, Cost, Community, & Culture.

      Care
    Patient-centered models of care that improve operational efficiency and patient health outcomes while reducing overall costs
      Collaboration
    Effective strategies for working across traditional professional silos
      Cost
    Demonstrating value to stakeholders through return on investment analyses for integration efforts
      Community
    Strategies and techniques for engaging and empowering communities to work with healthcare organizations to achieve better health for populations
      Culture
    Improving care by acknowledging the complexity of patient needs and aiming to meet those needs by addressing socio-cultural-economical influences on health outcomes
    Continuing Education

     

    Registered attendees are eligible to earn CEU’s at the conference. A maximum of 7.5 continuing education units are available.

    CEU hours are calculated by the number session hours attended on Friday and Saturday of the conference. Breaks and meals will not be counted into CEU time. The maximum number of CEU hours which can be earned at the conference per day are as follows:

    • Friday, March 8, 2018 – 5 hours maximum
    • Saturday, March 9, 2018 – 2.5  hours maximum

    The National Alliance of Professional Psychology Providers (NAPPP) is a co-sponsor of this event. The National Alliance of Professional Psychology Providers is an approved sponsor of continuing education by the American Psychological Association. The National Alliance of Professional Psychology Providers maintains responsibility for the program and it’s contents. The National Alliance of Professional Psychology Providers is an approved sponsor of continuing education by the National Institute of Behavioral Health Quality.

    Location & Travel

     

     

    Conference Location
    The Camby
    2401 E Camelback Rd
    Phoenix, AZ 85016

    A special discounted room rate is available for conference attendees. To secure your room at the discounted rate, we recommend making your reservation by February 8, 2018.

    Reserve your room at the official conference hotel and location, The Camby.

    Use code CGICGIA to receive the conference discount.

    RESERVE HOTEL

    Reservations can also be made by phone at 602-468-0700.

    Looking for a conference roommate? Contact info@cummingsinstitute.com for roommate matching assistance.

    Directions

    Located within Phoenix and near Scottsdale, AZ, The Camby Hotel’s location makes it easy to get to and from each area airport.

    Area Airports

    This hotel does not provide shuttle service.

    Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport – PHX
    Airport Phone: +1 602 273 3300
    Hotel direction: 7.6 miles NW

    Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport – AZA
    Airport Phone: +1 480 988 7600
    Hotel direction: 35.2 miles NW

    Scottsdale Municipal Airport – SCF
    Airport Phone: +1 480 312 2321
    Hotel direction: 15.7 miles SW

    Parking

    Overnight Parking
    Discounted Valet parking for conference guests staying at The Camby, fee: $25 daily
    For guests not staying at The Camby, Valet parking, fee: $33 daily

    Local Parking
    Discounted rate of $6

    Local Activities and Events

    The Valley of the Sun offers a wealth of activities during March. Check out the list below for ideas of how to spend your free time if relaxing at the pool or spa is not your preference.

     

    Dates Location Website Hours Cost
    Spring Training Varies Varies, 3 field locations https://www.springtrainingonline.com/features/master-schedule-cactus.htm Varies $5-$20
    Arizona Renaissance Festival March 10-11 12601 US-60, Gold Canyon, AZ 85118

    http://arizona.renfestinfo.com/ 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM $20
    Phoenix Zoo Daily 455 North Galvin Parkway Phoenix, AZ 85008 http://www.phoenixzoo.org 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM $24.95
    Arizona Science Center Daily 600 E. Washington St.
    Phoenix, AZ 85004
    https://www.azscience.org/ 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM $18
    Piestewa Peak Hike Daily 2701 E Squaw Peak Dr Phoenix, AZ 85016 https://www.phoenix.gov/parks/trails/locations/piestewa-peak Sunrise-Sunset No Cost
    Camelback Mountain Hike Daily 4925 E. McDonald Dr., Phoenix, AZ 85018 http://climbcamelback.com/ Sunrise-Sunset No Cost
    Heard Museum Daily 2301 North Central Avenue
    Phoenix, AZ 85004
    http://heard.org/ 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM (Sunday opens at 11:00 AM) $18
    Phoenix Art Museum Daily 1625 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004 http://www.phxart.org/ 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM

    (Sunday opens at noon)

    $18
    Biltmore Fashion Park- Shopping Daily 2502 E Camelback Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85016

    http://www.shopbiltmore.com/ 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM No Cost
    Botanical Gardens Daily 1201 N Galvin Pkwy, Phoenix, AZ 85008 https://www.dbg.org/ 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM $24.95
    Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art Daily 7374 E 2nd St, Scottsdale, AZ 85251 https://smoca.org/ 12:00 PM – 9:00 PM $10.00
    CIrque du Soleil – Crystal March 9, 10, 11 201 E Jefferson St, Phoenix, AZ 85004 https://www.cirquedusoleil.com/crystal

    Tickets can be purchased here.

    Friday, March 9,
    7:30 PM
    Saturday, March 10, 4:00 PM
    Saturday, March 10, 7:30 PM
    Sunday, March 11, 1:30 PM
    Sunday, March 11, 5:00 PM
    Varies, – $94.25,$77.25, $61.75, $51.75

     

    Request for Proposals

    Thank you for your interest in presenting at The 5 C’s of Integrated Healthcare: Care, Collaboration, Cost, Community, & Culture! Please refer to the conference proposal guidelines and documents below for additional information.

    Call for Conference Presentation Proposals

    Thank you for your interest in presenting at the The 5 C’s of Integrated Healthcare: Care, Collaboration, Cost, Community, & Culture taking place March 8-10, 2018 in Phoenix, AZ. The presentation application window is now closed.

    Please direct any questions to info@cummingsinsittute.com.

    Call for Posters

    Students, providers, clinicians, managers, educators, and organizations are invited to share their ideas and research to the integrated care and behavioral health community. The ideal poster submission expresses a novel and applicable idea in a simple, concise manner. Posters are particularly well-suited for showcasing student work and ideas that are still in progress.

    Partnership Opportunities

     

    The 5 C’s of Integrated Healthcare: Care, Collaboration, Cost, Community, & Culture is pleased to offer a selection of partnership opportunities for businesses, organizations, and individuals wishing to invest in the development and advancement of behavioral health and integrated care industries.

    As a conference partner, you gain exclusive access to our conference’s unique audience in an energetic environment and have the opportunity to leave a lasting impression on 50+ integrated care and behavioral health advocates.

    Partner Application
    Conference Title Sponsor – $7,500

    Limited to one sponsor.

    • Stage Acknowledgement during Welcome remarks on Friday and Saturday (5 minutes to present)
    • Logo Placement on event website with live link, logo placement in Conference Program and signage in Ballroom on Friday and Saturday
    • Inclusion of marketing materials about your company in attendee packet
    • Exhibitor Space: preferential placement, skirted table with 2 chairs and wifi access
    • Attendee listing with full contact information post conference
    • Registrations for four (4) representatives

     

    Reception Title Sponsor – $1,500

    Limited to one sponsor.

    • Stage Acknowledgement during remarks at Welcome Reception on Thursday (5 minutes to present)
    • Logo Placement on event website with live link, logo placement in Conference Program and signage at Reception
    • Inclusion of marketing materials about your company in attendee packet
    • Exhibitor Space: preferential placement, skirted table with 2 chairs and wifi access
    • Attendee listing with full contact information post conference
    • Registrations for two (2) representatives

     

    Presentation Sponsor – $500

    • Podium Acknowledgement during the opening remarks at a presentation session during the Conference
    • Logo Placement on event website with live link, logo placement in Conference Program
    • Inclusion of marketing materials about your company in attendee packet
    • Exhibitor Space: skirted table with 2 chairs and wifi access
    • Attendee listing with full contact information post conference
    • Registration for one (1) representative

     

    Lunch Sponsor – $2,000

    Limited to one sponsor.

    • Stage Acknowledgement at lunch (5 minutes to present)
    • Logo Placement on event website with live link, logo placement in Conference Program and signage at lunch
    • Inclusion of marketing materials about your company in attendee packet
    • Exhibitor Space: preferential placement, skirted table with 2 chairs and wifi access
    • Attendee listing with full contact information post conference
    • Registration for two (2) representatives

     

    Breakfast Sponsor – $1,500

    Limited to two sponsors.

    • Stage Acknowledgement post breakfast during the welcome remarks (5 minutes to present)
    • Logo Placement on: event website with live link, logo placement in Conference Program and signage at lunch
    • Inclusion of marketing documents about your company in attendee packet
    • Exhibitor Space: preferential placement, skirted table with 2 chairs and wifi access
    • Attendee listing with full contact information post conference
    • Registration for one (1) representative

     

    Signature Sponsor – $300-$2,500

    Limited to five sponsors, one at $300, one at $500, two at $1000, and one at $2500.

    • Logo placement on conference promotional item given to all conference attendees
    • Logo Placement on event website with live link, logo placement in Conference Program and signage at Reception
    • Inclusion of marketing materials about your company in attendee packet
    • Attendee listing with full contact information post conference

     

    Student Scholarship Sponsor – $500-$1,200

    Cummings Graduate Institute for Behavioral Health Studies is dedicated to offering CGI students the opportunity to attend the conference at no cost. Please consider a donation to support the travel and lodging costs for CGI student attendance. Student Scholarship Sponsors will be recognized in the Conference Program and on the conference website.

    • Purple Level Sponsor $1200 – sponsor the travel and lodging for one (1) student to attend the conference
    • Blue Level Sponsor $600- sponsor two (2) nights of lodging for one (1) student to attend the conference
    • Green Level Sponsor $500 – sponsor the travel for one (1) student to attend the conference

     

    Exhibitor – $200

    Limited space available.
    Exhibitor tables will be accessible to conference attendees during the conference Friday, March 9, 2018 from 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Exhibitor table space is not considered a charitable donation.

    • The opportunity to advertise, distribute materials onsite, and network with over 50 behavioral health and integrated care professionals, educators, and students during the conference.
    • 6’ table with 2 chairs and wifi access
    • Listing in Conference Program and on the conference website

    Partner Application

    Please contact stephanie@cummingsinstitute.com for more information.

    Benefits of Attending

     

    Attending The 5 C’s of Integrated Healthcare conference is an opportunity for you to join a diverse group of peers, experts, thought leaders, educators, providers, and innovators to explore, discuss, and be inspired by the growing field of integrated care.

    The 2018 conference will explore 5 topics in the field of integrated care: Care, Collaboration, Cost, Community, & Culture. Presentations, workshops, and panel discussions on each of these topics will be offered throughout the conference by professionals currently making an impact in the integrated care and behavioral health arenas.

    Poster Sessions will offer a platform for ideas and research within the integrated care and behavioral health community to be shared.

    Conference attendees will receive access to all presentation slides after the conference.

    Benefits of Attending

    • Networking – Meet, converse, and connect with 50+ experts, educators, providers, students and innovators in the integrated care and behavioral health arenas
    • Ideas & Innovation- Discover new ideas, trends, innovations, and advancements in integrated care
    • Skills & Knowledge – Attend sessions in topics of interest to advance your understanding and skill set in Care, Collaboration, Cost, Community, & Culture
    • Resources – Gain access to materials and information from conference exhibitors and presenters to advance your performance
    • Perspectives – Listen and learn from the perspectives of a diverse community of integrated care and behavioral health professionals, experts, and educators from around the country and even abroad

    Advantages of the Conference

    • Registered attendees are eligible to earn CEU’s at the conference. A maximum of 7.5 continuing education units are available
    • Break out sessions allow attendees to customize their experience to meet their topics of interest
    • A concise conference schedule, overlapping the weekend maximizes learning and networking while minimizing time away from work or school
    • All conference activities take place in the official host hotel, The Camby, so aside from travel to and from the hotel, no additional transportation needs are necessary
    • Breakfast and lunch are offered complimentary to all registered guests on Friday and Saturday

    Need help making a case to your employer or school to attend the conference?

    We’ve assembled a suite of resources to aid you in the process of convincing your supervisor or institution that attending the The 5 C’s of Integrated Healthcare: Care, Collaboration, Cost, Community, & Culture Conference will be a valuable investment of time and funding.

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    Conference Inquiries
    Email: info@cummingsinstitute.com
    Phone: 480-285-1761 ext 1

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    Testimonials

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    The “four questions” of the refocused psychotherapist [in the Biodyne Model] and the concept of the “onion/garlic” psychodynamic enabled me to not only conceptualize a case and plan treatment more rapidly, but to rise to a new level of professional confidence in meeting the behavioral care needs of my patients.

    Dr. Gayle Cordes, DBH July 12, 2016

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