Remote Monitoring & Chronic Care Management - A Community Health Center Model of Care
April 24, 2014
This webinar will featurd an over of the impact of Remote Monitoring and Chronic Care Management for Community Health Centers and their patients, along with stakeholder collaboration on the use of telehealth within an integrated care model. Roanoke Chowan Community Health Center implemented the first remote monitoring and chronic care management program within a Federally Qualified Health Center for Cardiovascular Disease, Diabetes and Hypertension Patients.
Presented by: Kim A. Schwartz has served as the Chief Executive Officer of Roanoke Chowan Community Health Center since June 2005. Kim received her MA degree in Counseling Education, Multicultural Honors, from the University of New Mexico in 1996. Prior to her current role with RCCHC, Kim served as CEO for the Guidance Center of Lea County in Hobbs, New Mexico (a comprehensive community mental health center that expanded into primary care as an FQHC Look-Alike under Kim’s leadership). In the course of her health services career, Kim has served in many leadership positions. Kim has practiced as a licensed psycho-therapist and her professional passions include the integration of behavioral health and primary care and telehealth remote patient monitoring. Kim has served on various boards/councils, which include Hertford County North Carolina Social Services Board, Hertford County Emergency Preparedness Council, North Carolina Care Share Health Alliance Board, North Carolina Community Health Center Association Board Treasurer, New Mexico Governor’s NM Behavioral Health Advisory Council, New Mexico Psychologist Licensing Board and New Mexico Behavioral Health Steering Committee Ad Hoc. Kim has many affiliations and frequently presents at national and regional conferences which include, American Telehealth Association, Mental Health and Remote Monitoring Special Interest Group Member, Bureau of Primary Health Care Objective Review Board, Bureau of Primary Health Care New Start Executive Leadership Learning Team, NC ICare Partnership Advisory Committee, National Rural Health Association, National Association of Community Health Centers, National Council of Community Behavioral Healthcare, National Association for Rural Mental Health, and National Board of Certified Counselors.
This website is supported by grant number G22RH31114 from the Office for the Advancement of Telehealth, Federal Office of Rural Health Policy, Health Resources and Services Administration, Department of Health and Human Services.