May 212013

From the Colorado Foundation for Medical Care:

Please join us in this week’s Integrating Care for Populations & Communities
Learning Session Webinar on Thursday, May 23, 2013 at 3:00 pm ET.

This webinar is the tenth presentation in the Learning Session series: Shining
Stars Across the Nation

During our series entitled, “Shining Stars Across the Nation”—we will hear from
local communities that have been successful in improving healthcare through
reducing hospital readmissions. We will feature communities from different
initiatives— those communities that are lead by the QIOs, those that are part
of Aligning Forces For Quality, those that have received state funding, Robert
Woods Johnson awardees, CCTP awardees, Beacon communities, ACOs and more.

These sessions will be held on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of the month.  We have
a schedule of these presentations posted at:


Call Information

Shining Stars: Rio Arriba County Community – New Mexico- A Quality Improvement
Organization Community

Presented by:

Lauren Reichelt, MA, Director of Health and Human Services, Rio Arriba County

Care Transitions Learning Session webinar

Date:  May 23, 2013

Time:  3:00 PM – 4:00 PM ET

866-639-0744  (No pass code needed)

Password: community

Please join us 15 minutes prior to the presentation to ensure the automatic
system set-up has been properly established.

Attendee Instructions:

1) Click or Copy and Paste this to your web browser:

2) Locate the event you wish to join

3) Click on Join Now (located to the right of the event title)

4) Enter your name and email address as prompted

5) Enter the password: community

6) Dial in to the teleconference. The number is 866-639-0744 or 678-302-3564.
The access code is none.

If you have any questions or problems accessing the meeting, please call the
Buccaneer WebEx Helpline at 540-347-7400 x390

Presentation slides will be posted prior to the call at

These calls are open to all, please invite anyone who wants to learn along with
us.  As a reminder, these sessions are recorded and all previous Learning
Sessions are available at:

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