Past Event Recordings

Health System Specialty Pharmacy – Opportunities and Challenges Webinar

September 25, 2019

With the growth of specialty pharmacy, many health systems are evaluating entry into the market or expansion of current offerings to keep up with demand. Learn about the opportunities and challenges for hospital and health system specialty pharmacies, resource needs and strategy, and criteria to meet the demands of the market, including payer requirements. This webinar also outlines the unique position hospital and health systems hold in the market by reviewing the components of specialty pharmacy strategy including 340B, limited distribution drugs, and patient services. This webinar is presented by Kyle Skiermont, COO with Fairview Pharmacy Services.

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Opioid Epidemic Response Lecture

April 16, 2019

Learn about the Opioid Dashboard, a one-stop shop for opioid-related data and information. Launched by the Minnesota Department of Health in 2017, the Opioid Dashboard serves as a one-stop shop for sharing statewide efforts, what’s working, and data counties and others can use to spot trends, benchmark efforts, and take action. This lecture is presented by Kate Erickson, MSW with the Minnesota Department of Health.

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Harm Reduction and Syringe Services Programs Webinar

April 9, 2019

Curious about harm reduction, but not sure what it is? Want to understand the difference between needle exchange and syringe services programs? Would you like to learn about the full spectrum of services for people who inject drugs in Minnesota? Get the answers to these questions in this webinar and understand why syringe services programs are vitally important to curbing the opioid epidemic and preventing infectious diseases. This webinar is presented by Kate Erickson, MSW with the Minnesota Department of Health.

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What Happens After Substance Abuse Recovery Programs End? Webinar

April 3, 2019

Learn about what happens after substance abuse recovery programs end. Both short- and long-term outcomes in key areas such as substance use, housing, health, and systems involvement are shared. The presentation also highlights what works for women in recovery as well as the challenges women experience after leaving treatment and recovery programs, and incorporate the voice and direct experiences of women who have participated in the programs.

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Developments in MN Telemedicine – Lessons From the Field Webinar

February 21, 2019

Learn about the trends in telemedicine use in Minnesota, types of health care providers delivering telemedicine, differences in telemedicine by source of insurance and for patients in urban versus rural areas of the state. Information shared will be based on research completed at the University of Minnesota School of Public Health. Examples of innovative uses of telemedicine that aim to improve access to health care will also be presented by staff from HealthPartners. This webinar is presented by Dr. Peter Huckfeldt with the School of Public Health and Jack Dressen, MHA ’14 and Dr. Jerome Siy, MHA ’20 with HealthPartners.

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Gaylord Anderson Lecture

February 4, 2019

The 2019 Gaylord Anderson lecture was presented by Linda P. Fried, Dean and DeLamar Professor of Public Health at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health. Dean Fried share her thoughts on “Preparing for (y)our longer life.”

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Refugee Health 101 Webinar

December 3, 2018

This webinar provides an introduction to refugee health in Minnesota. Learn about push and pull factors leading to migration, the various public health interventions implemented overseas and domestically, and the steps the Minnesota Department of Health’s Refugee and International Health program have taken to serve refugees and immigrants in the state.

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Healthcare Leadership Symposium

November 9, 2018

This one day symposium explored how bold ideas, innovative systems and inspired leadership will shape the future of health care. Listen to keynote speaker, Barbara, Baroness Young of Old Scone; presentation from faculty, Tim Beebe, PhD; Academic Program Update from Jean Abraham, PhD and Mary Ellen Wells, MHA ’84.

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Planning for the Unexpected: Disaster Response Webinar

May 21, 2018

This webinar features two hospital administrators who were on call the night of the Las Vegas mass shooting. Dave Lawson, MHA ‘12 of Summerlin Hospital and Joe White, MHA ‘17 of MountainView Hospital share their experiences of that tragic event, discuss how their organizations’ advance preparations equipped them to respond, and how their planning has evolved since that night.

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My Fellowship Is Over, Now What? Webinar

January 30, 2018

This webinar provides guidance and insight into the post fellowship process and how to seek employment in a variety of situations. The presenters, led by Jack Dressen, MHA ’14, have all successfully navigated the MHA Fellowship-to-employment path.

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Eat Learn Gather

January 20, 2018

Over 70 alumni, students, and community members joined the SPH Alumni Society for Eat Learn Gather.

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Barry Halm Lecture

January 11, 2018

The Barry Halm lecture was delivered by James Hereford, president and CEO of Fairview Health Services, on Achieving Strategic Advantage Through Operational Excellence: Why and How.

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Medicare Status and Predictions with Jon Christianson, PhD Webinar

November 8, 2017

Current professor and James A. Hamilton Chair, Dr. Christianson, presented on the current challenges facing Medicare and its future under the Trump administration.

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The Impact of the New Federal Administration on the Future of Healthcare Webinar

April 17, 2017

Jean Abraham, PhD, Wegmiller Professor and MHA Program Director, presented on the impact of the new federal administration on the future of healthcare.

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Gaylord Anderson Lecture and Alumni Leadership Panel

April 5, 2017

The 2017 Gaylord Anderson Lecture and Alumni Leadership panel was presented by Dr. Alexander Kraemer on Refugee Health- Public Health Conceptions and Recent Disease Dynamics in Germany.

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Eat Learn Gather

June 3, 2016

Nearly 170 alumni, students and community members attended Eat Learn Gather 2016. The day kicked off with the Gaylord Anderson Memorial Lecture, which featured Dr. David Hemenway who spoke on “What does Public Health have to do with Guns?” Four learning sessions followed, and the day ended with a networking reception at the Campus Club.

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What Does Public Health Have to do with Guns? (PDF)
Mental Health in Children & Teens (PDF)

Eat Learn Gather

June 5, 2015

A day of learning at the School of Public Health for alumni, students and community members.

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