11th Midwinter Meeting - Nashville, TN

Council of Clinical Health Psychology Training Programs

Annual Mid-Winter Meeting

Nashville, TN: January 14-15, 2018

Clinical Health Psychology: Cost Offset, Competency, Payer Systems,

Outcome Measurement, and Taxonomy Consistency

 

This meeting builds on our series of mid-winter meetings to inform clinical health psychology training programs on innovations in training related to health care reform and the blueprint for the future of health service psychology.  The meeting was held at the Loews Vanderbilt Hotel in Nashville, TN, beginning Sunday morning, January 14, and concluding at noon on Monday, January 15, 2018 (Martin Luther King Holiday).  The meeting is in conjunction with and directly following the Annual Mid-Winter CUDCP Meeting.

 

Topics of the conference include: (CE credits will be available!)

  • Cost effectiveness and offset of clinical health psychology interventions
  • The future of health care: single payer system?
  • Value based payment models
  • Quality improvement and outcome measurement
  • Clinical Health Psychology Taxonomy: importance for each training program
  • Healthy equity and social determinants of health

 

Sample of conference speakers:

  •   Dawn Wilson, PhD, Past-President Division 38
  •   Wayne Talcott, PhD, Professor/Director, Military Population Health
  •   Daniel Bruns, PsyD, Independent Practice, Greeley, CO
  •   Justin Nash, PhD, Former CCHPTP Chair & Division 38 President
  •   Carol A. Paris, MD, President, Physicians for a National Health Program
  •   Ron Rozensky, PhD, ABPP, and Rick Seime, PhD, ABPP