Asthma webinars present the latest knowledge and information from leading experts and asthma management program champions from across the country. Offered at no-cost, webinars are an opportunity to discover state of the art tools and resources, learn effective strategies in asthma program design and delivery, engage the experts through question and answer sessions, and contribute to the discussion through interactive polling features.
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Learn about a recommended framework for implementing asthma education and environmental interventions and determine how your program can implement this framework which is grounded in the business case analysis. Hear about the recommended mechanisms of implementation for public and private payers, health care groups and employees, and policymakers.
Learn about the vision for the Communities in Action for Asthma-Friendly Environments Initiative and how EPA is mobilizing communities.
Discover the literature reviewed and studies evaluated during the development of the business case. Learn about the evidence on costs for both asthma education and environmental interventions. Listen to how this literature is in practice and benefiting two health plans: Optima Health and the Monroe Plan for Medical Care.
Learn about how the Asthma Alliance of Indianapolis (IN) has integrated the key drivers, including a two-step approach to environmental home visits, a partnership with Head Start, and a unique Asthma Referral Service.
Hear about the successful programs and tools that the Genesee County Childhood Asthma Taskforce has put into place through strong collaborations and partnerships, including the In-Home Assessment Tool (IHAT) and Asthma 101 education classes.
Learn how Priority Health, a nonprofit health plan serving more than 19,000 people with asthma in 43 Michigan counties, formed a partnership with the Asthma Network of Western Michigan, a local multi-county asthma coalition, to achieve positive results.
Find out what EPA is doing to support community-based programs striving to deliver quality asthma care. Learn about five key drivers for improving asthma health outcomes that are grounded in the Asthma Health Outcomes Project and chronic care literature.