Council Members Annual Meeting Abstracts
Annual Meeting Posters

AAHC 2020 Annual Meeting

Current Practices in Population Health at the Academic Health Center

AAHC members were invited to take part in a session led by the AAHC President’s Council on Health Plans and Population Health that included both a sharing of best practices from members and an interactive component. Members were invited to present either a 5-minute “ignite-style” presentation or a poster on population health initiatives at academic health centers. The posters are linked below.

Poster Presentations

Academic Health System Universitas Indonesia Role in Combatting COVID-19

Ari Fahrial Syam, SpPD-KGEH, MMB, FINASIM, FACP, FACG
Faculty Medicine Universitas Indonesia/Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital Jakarta-Indonesia

Developing Population Health Research to Improve Outcomes: a health system perspective

Julian Thumboo, MBBS, FRCP, FAMS
SingHealth Duke-NUS Academic Medical Centre

Improving Digital Access and Literacy for Socially Isolated Seniors in Singapore during COVID-19 Pandemic – Community Wire-Up

Low Lian Leng, MBBS, MMed
Singapore Health Services

Insights from Developing the Primary Care Based Integrated Community Care Team Model of Care (PACE-It) to Better Meet the Needs of Patients Living with Diabetes and Have Complex Needs

Agnes Koong, MBBS, GDFM, MMed, FCFP(S)
SingHealth Duke NUS Academic Medical Center

Moms2B at OSU: A community based initiative focused on the social determinants of health has reduced infant mortality

Patricia Temple Gabbe, MD, MPH
The Ohio State University College of Medicine

Multisectoral Approach to Addressing Poor Health Status of School-age Children in Indigenous People Communities in Selected Provinces in the Philippines

Vicente Y. Belizario, MD, MTM&H; Carlo R. Lumangaya
University of the Philippines Manila

Patient Engagement During a Pandemic

Keya Eaton, BSN, RN
Wake Forest Baptist Health

Pharmacist Involvement in Home Visits

Molly Hinely, PharmD
Wake Forest Baptist Health

DThe Integrated Maternal and Child Wellness Hub (IMCWH) at SingHealth Polyclinics (SHP) -Punggol

Dr. Guo Xiaoxuan, MBBS, MMed
SingHealth Duke NUS Academic Medical Center

The Value of Population-Based Care for Children with Medical Complexity

Nancy Murphy, MD
University of Utah

WAKEHEALTH CONNECTing Patients to Cost Savings Primary Care

Brianna Holland, MPH, CHES
Wake Forest Baptist Health