Healthcare Intelligence Network
Health Management Career Update
Vol. VI, No. 10
June 8, 2007
Table of Contents
Sponsored by: Building a Health Management IT Platform for Health Coaching
An effective health coaching program needs an IT platform that can process information from various sources, including online and paper health risk assessments, clinical data repositories, health screenings, eligibility information and portal requests, then provide that information in a usable format for health coaches. Building a Health Management IT Platform for Health Coaching, a June 13, 2007 audio conference, will describe how healthcare organizations can effectively build a platform for an effective health coaching program.For more information or to register, please visit:
1.) Program Director, Sacramento, CA
We're Affiliated Computer Services, Inc. (NYSE: ACS), a premier provider of diversified business process outsourcing (BPO) and information technology outsourcing (ITO) solutions to commercial and government clients worldwide. Based in Dallas, ACS is a FORTUNE 500 company of more than 58,000 people supporting client operations reaching nearly 100 countries. Position Description: * Leader of Operational Program Management Office. Accountable to the Executive Management Team and the Sr. Client staff for the operational performance of the Program.For more information, please visit:
Strategic Account Manager, Regional, Boston, NYC, Eastern USA
Understand local market dynamics and identify opportunities with infuencers of Managed Care Organizations. Develop relationships with customers and work with the Strategic Customer Group, Business Units, and other corporate companies to develop business solutions for the needs of these customers.For more information, please visit:
Vice President Medical Management, National Sales
Responsible for the development and ongoing operation of the Health Ministries Program. Through affiliation with area congregations, develops, maintains, and evaluates the effectiveness of the congregational nursing program.For more information, please visit:
2.) Situation Wanted: Healthcare Marketing Guru
Talented Marketing pro seeks job opportunity within the healthcare industry. Strengths include project management, launching new programs, event planning, building alliances and managing staff.For more information, please visit:
3.) Depression and Disease Management Beyond the Stigma to Identification and Treatment
With the economic burden of depression and its co-morbidities estimated at $83 billion annually–hitting employers hardest in the form of lost workdays, compromised productivity and workplace accidents–the healthcare industry is formalizing programs for early identification, adequate treatment and medical adherence of individuals with depressive disorder. This is no small task, given the challenges of screening depression severity, overcoming the stigma of mental illness, and educating primary care physicians on the value of this initiative. In its August 2005 online survey, the Healthcare Intelligence Network (HIN) asked its audience for details on current and planned initiatives for depression and disease management.Learn more by downloading this white paper today at:
4.) University In Search Of Practices That Address Mental Health In The Workplace
The Family and Employee Assistance Program (FEAP), to which the University of Toronto (U of T) subscribes, is seeing increases in the numbers of employees and their families using the counseling services to address issues of depression and stress.
Professor Angela Hildyard, vice president of human resources and equity at U of T, said the university is looking at a variety of ways to help individuals such as utilizing the expertise of the family care office and accessing FEAP.For more information, please visit:
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5.) Depression Disease Management: Healthcare's New Frontier In this special report, "Depression Disease Management: Healthcare's New Frontier," you'll hear about the broad array of depression disease management programs, ranging from differences in treatment length to pharmaceutical trials to staff roles and patient responsibility.
You'll hear from Mary Beth Chalk, chief operating officer of Resources for Living, Dr. Elaine Mischler, chief medical officer at Wausau Benefits, Dr. Alex Rodriguez, chief medical officer, Magellan Health Services and Dr. Sam Toney, president and chief medical officer of Health Integrated, on disease management for depression, highlighting its merits, drawbacks and challenges.For more information, please visit:
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