At the completion of the course, the participant will be able to:
1. Explain the economic burden of managing chronic disease at a population level and from an individual perspective
2. Explain the relationship between the 6 most common chronic conditions that impact the global health economy and the social,
economic, behavioral, clinical, and environmental determinants of health.
3. Summarize, distinguish the differences among , and assess the utility of 3 foundational frameworks for population health management.
4. Evaluate, assess and discuss the results of at least 3 contemporary population/public health campaigns.
5. Apply the social-ecological framework to design a workplace wellness program for a sample company that: recommends specific policy, community, and individual level interventions; proposes a specific implementation budget; and predicts a 3-year return on investment of at least 2 to 1.
6. Analyze the influence of contemporary understanding of value on population health management.
7. Compare and contrast the definition of primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention; and health promotion and discuss the role of each in delivering value-based care.
8. Distinguish among provider health literacy, expertise, and scope of practice with respect to screening, intervening, or referring out for adverse health behaviors.
9. Critically appraise evidence-based health literacy education for 8 key health behaviors,including: biometric tracking competency; management of sleep, stress, and loneliness; tobacco cessation and moderation in alcohol consumption; physical activity guidelines; and nutrient dense nutrition guidelines.