As a reflection of the outstanding efforts PCCI has conducted battling the COVID-19 outbreak in Dallas, the Dallas Business Journal has honored Steve Miff, as a representative of PCCI, for its “2020 Most Inspiring Leaders” award. The awards honor companies and corporate leaders from the North Texas-area representing different sized companies from a number of industries who helped lead efforts to combat the pandemic.
Click this link to see a slide show of all DBJ’s honorees:
PCCI’s efforts will be recognized at a virtual reception on Thursday, November 19th from 4:00 – 5:15 p.m.
Keith Kosel, PCCI’s VP of Corporate Relations and co-author of “Building Connected Communities of Care,” published an article in Electronic Health Reporter. The article, “Governance: The Glue That Holds Connected Communities of Care Together,” discusses the importance of governance in the PCCI connected community of care model that brings together community, government and healthcare organizations together in order to help under-served communities. To read the article, please click on the image below:
In this episode of the podcast, the Big Unloc, Dr. Steve Miff, President and CEO of Parkland Center for Clinical Innovation (PCCI) discusses how they build connected communities of care with a focus on cutting edge uses of data science, social determinants of health, and clinical expertise across clinical and healthcare community settings. Steve also speaks about his recent book – Building Connected Communities of Care – based on the experience at PCCI.
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Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) is a big topic and Texas Hospitals Magazine included Leslie Wainwright, PCCI’s the chief innovation and funding officer, and her views on how SDOH helps connect communities and supports better care.
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Yolande Pengetnze, MD, MS, senior medical director at PCCI spoke to HCPLive about a texting program designed to improve outcomes for patients with asthma and pregnant women, and how the technology can be used at other health systems and for other chronic conditions.
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Read Dallas Innovates’ coverage of PCCI joining the HHS kidney initiative. Read below: