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i2i Center for Integrative Health

Spring Conference 2024

The establishment of the i2i Center for Integrative Health represents the evolution of the NC Council of Community Programs’ 34-year legacy of collaboration and advocacy in addressing behavioral, I-DD, and primary healthcare. With a newly appointed board of healthcare and industry leaders, i2i provides a unique opportunity to bring together a broad spectrum of leaders who share the goal of ensuring effective whole person care within the publicly funded system.

This spring 2024 conference brings together leaders and stakeholders (300-400+) from the behavioral health, I/DD and healthcare system and will emphasize new partnerships, the advancement of connections in integrated services and supports, and the exploration of innovative practices in whole-person care.

Date: June 11-12, 2024

Booth: #31

Location: Hilton Raleigh North Hills, Raleigh, NC 27609

Speaking Engagement

Title: Closing the Gap With Shared Data, Improving Care Coordination and Addressing HRSN

Date: June 11

Time: 10:30 a.m. to noon


Karen Iapoce, RN-C, MS, CAPA, CMAC, CPHQ, LSSBB, Sr. Director of Government Programs & Products, ZeOmega

Rakshith Yashvanth, Sr. Product Manager of AI & Advanced Analytics, ZeOmega

Overview: Sharing data between internal and external partners is crucial for understanding and addressing the health-related social needs (HRSNs) affecting individuals, populations, and community health. Efficient data sharing can simplify referrals, improve care coordination for patients, close gaps in care, and eliminate the unnecessary redundancy of repeated HRSN assessments, significantly improving the efficiency of the assessment process and enabling better allocation of valuable resources. Furthermore, it allows for more organized reporting and analysis of HRSNs at all levels. To promote best practices in the healthcare industry, we must prioritize addressing health-related social needs (HRSN) by connecting multiple data points within our internal and external systems. This approach is critical for delivering the highest standard of care by identifying and addressing the social determinants of health.

Course Objectives:

  • Review the importance of efficient data sharing for delivering the highest standard of care and improving overall community health by addressing health-related social needs (HRSNs).
  • Discuss how data sharing can result in the simplification of referrals, improved care coordination, identification of gaps in care, elimination of unnecessary redundancy, better resource allocation, and improved patient outcomes.
  • Identify how to develop effective data reporting and analysis.
  • Discuss promotion of best practices in healthcare, prioritizing HRSNs.
  • Review how to connect multiple data points within the internal and external systems.