Multi-State Collaborative: 2010 Conference Registration Now Open
Tuesday, April 20, 2010
The Multi-State Collaborative will be holding its fourth annual conference, Cessation Policy and Health Systems Change: New Opportunities in a Changing Healthcare Landscape, on October 28 and 29, 2010 at the Emory Conference Center in Atlanta, GA. The conference will:
Who Should Attend
- Discuss current opportunities (and challenges) to improve cessation benefit coverage and implement systems change
- Identify strategies to move forward on policy and healthcare systems changes
- Facilitate state-level exchange and sharing of evidence and best practices
Practitioners from state tobacco control programs and their partners, Medicaid agencies, and healthcare settings.
Click visit our site for a tentative agenda: http://www.multistatecessationcollaborative.org/2010_agenda.php
Join state tobacco control programs, their partners, experts, and national organizations for strategic discussions on increasing access to effective cessation services. Speakers and national partners will address new directions in healthcare and implications for tobacco cessation and present new results. Workshops will offer opportunities to learn from experts and practitioners on guiding principles for working with health care systems, how performance standards can drive changes in systems and provider behavior, integration of tobacco into new care delivery models, and the federal HIT meaningful use criteria. Networking opportunities are also planned.
NOTE: Registration will be limited! Registration is open for Collaborative members only through 4/30/2010 and will open for all on 5/1/2010.
» register now
Non members: $100, $150 after July 31, 2010
A block of rooms has been reserved at the Emory Conference Center Hotel. Please visit our site for more information: http://www.multistatecessationcollaborative.org/2010_register.php
For more information, please visit our Web site or contact Caroline Cranos at email@example.com with any questions.
Thank you to our conference sponsors:
Partnership for Prevention
Tobacco Cessation Centers of New York State