Appendix B
Research Workshop Agenda and Participants

AGENDA

Research Workshop on Adolescent Health Care Services and Systems

January 22, 2007

Keck Center of The National Academies

Washington, DC


Workshop Goal:


Engage in presentations and discussion on examining the research base on the organization and delivery of adolescent health care services in the following areas:

  1. Identify current models of adolescent health care delivery.

  2. Examine how measures of quality (as defined by the Institute of Medicine and adapted to adolescents) apply to adolescent health care delivery.

  3. Explore the evidence base for the quality of health care and different types of health care systems and the research needs for measuring this quality now and in the future.

  4. Examine the methods in which health care can and should be delivered to special populations of adolescents now and in the future.

  5. Identify research needs and gaps on models, quality, and delivery of adolescent health care.



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Challenges in Adolescent Health Care: Workshop Report Appendix B Research Workshop Agenda and Participants AGENDA Research Workshop on Adolescent Health Care Services and Systems January 22, 2007 Keck Center of The National Academies Washington, DC Workshop Goal: Engage in presentations and discussion on examining the research base on the organization and delivery of adolescent health care services in the following areas: Identify current models of adolescent health care delivery. Examine how measures of quality (as defined by the Institute of Medicine and adapted to adolescents) apply to adolescent health care delivery. Explore the evidence base for the quality of health care and different types of health care systems and the research needs for measuring this quality now and in the future. Examine the methods in which health care can and should be delivered to special populations of adolescents now and in the future. Identify research needs and gaps on models, quality, and delivery of adolescent health care.

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Challenges in Adolescent Health Care: Workshop Report PROGRAM Welcome, Introduction, and Overview Moderator: Robert Lawrence, MD, Committee Chair Background and Overview of the Workshop Frederick Rivara, MD, MPH, Committee Member PANEL 1 Overview of Adolescent Health Care and Adolescent Health Care Systems Moderator: Burton Edelstein, DDS, MPH, Committee Member Adolescent Population: Health Status, Utilization of Health Care Services, and Indicators of Need Andrea MacKay, MSPH, National Center for Health Statistics Adolescent Population: Connection of Needs of Services to Health Care Systems Claire Brindis, Dr PH, MPH, University of California, San Francisco The Adolescent Health Care Systems Jonathan Klein, MD, MPH, University of Rochester Medical Center Structure of and Settings for Adolescent Health Care Services: Comparison with Pediatric and Adult Health Care Robert Blum, MPH, PhD, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Prevention in Adolescent Health Care: Needs, Opportunities, and Long-Term Impact Richard Catalano, PhD, School of Social Work, University of Washington Discussion of Panel 1

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Challenges in Adolescent Health Care: Workshop Report PANEL 2 Quality in the Delivery of Adolescent Health Care: Safety, Timeliness, Efficiency, Clinical Effectiveness, Equity, and Patient-Centeredness Moderator: Mark Schuster, MD, PhD, Committee Member Safety, Timeliness, Efficiency, and Clinical Effectiveness Charles Homer, MD, MPH, National Initiative for Child Health Quality Patient-Centeredness Christina Bethell, PhD, MPH, MBA, Child and Adolescent Health Measurement Initiative and Oregon Health and Science University Equity Anne Beal, MD, MPH, The Commonwealth Fund Discussion of Panel 2 PANEL 3 Evidence-Base for Service Delivery Models or Systems of Care Moderator: Genevieve Kenney, PhD, Committee Member Models or Systems of Care in the Public and Private Sector David Grossman, MD, MPH, Group Health Permanente Community Models or Systems of Care Denise Dougherty, PhD, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality Health Care Using New Technologies Warner Slack, MD, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston Discussion of Panel 3 PANEL 4 Assessing Effective Health Care Systems for Special Adolescent Populations Moderator: Laurie Chassin, PhD, Committee Member Youth with Substance Use Disorders Connie Weisner, DrPH, University of California, San Francisco

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Challenges in Adolescent Health Care: Workshop Report Youth with Mental Illness Kimberly Hoagwood, PhD, Columbia University Incarcerated, Foster Care, and Homeless/Runaway Youth Abigail English, JD, Center for Adolescent Health and the Law, Chapel Hill Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Youth Robert Garofalo, MD, MPH, Children’s Memorial Hospital, Chicago Discussion of Panel 4 CLOSING

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Challenges in Adolescent Health Care: Workshop Report PARTICIPANTS Trina Anglin, Office of Adolescent Health, Maternal and Child Health Bureau, Health Resources and Services Administration Chrisa Arcan, University of Minnesota Winnetta Baker, Center for Treatment Research on Adolescent Drug Abuse, University of Miami Anne Beal, The Commonwealth Fund Linda H. Bearinger,* School of Nursing, University of Minnesota Kelly Betha, Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital, West Chester Medical Center Christine Bethell, Child and Adolescent Health Measurement Initiative and Oregon Health and Science University Shay Bilchik,* Center for Juvenile Justice Reform and Systems Integration, Georgetown University Robert Blum, The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Wendy Braund, American College of Preventive Medicine Claire Brindis, University of California, San Francisco Debra Brinson, School-Community Health Alliance of Michigan Sarah Brown,* The National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy Richard Catalano, School of Social Work, University of Washington Rosemary Chalk, Board on Children, Youth, and Families Laurie Chassin,* Department of Psychology, Arizona State University Anita Chandra, RAND Corporation Lynn Choromanski, University of Minnesota Gordon H. DeFriese, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Mark Del Monte, Department of Federal Affairs, American Academy of Pediatrics Elise Desjardins, Grantmakers in Health Thomas DeWitt, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center Denise Dougherty, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality Nancy Dubler,* Montefiore Medical Center Burton Edelstein,* College of Dental Medicine, Columbia University Abigail English, Center for Adolescent Health and the Law, Chapel Hill, North Carolina Dianne Ewashko, New York State Office of Children and Family Services Carol Ford, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Harriette Fox,* Maternal and Child Health Policy Research Center Robert Garofalo, Children’s Memorial Hospital, Chicago Leandrea Gilliam, Sexual Minority Youth Assistance League * Committee member

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Challenges in Adolescent Health Care: Workshop Report Pauline Ginsberg, Retired, National Academies David Grossman, Group Health Permanente Bethany Hardy, Institute of Medicine Office of Reports and Communications Scott Harpin, University of Minnesota Karen Hendricks, American Academies of Pediatrics Catherine Hess, National Academy for State Health Policy Kimberly Hoagwood, Columbia University Elizabeth Hoffman, Subcommittee on Education and Early Childhood Development, Senator Christopher Dodd, Ranking Member Charles Homer, National Initiative for Child Health Quality Laura Hurwitz, Assembly on School-Based Health Care, Washington, DC Charles Irwin, Jr.,* School of Medicine, University of California, San Francisco Kelly Kelleher,* Columbus Children’s Research Institute, The Ohio State University Genevieve Kenney,* Urban Institute, Washington, DC Eva Klain, American Bar Association Center for Children and the Law Jonathan Klein, University of Rochester Medical Center Kathryn Kushner, National Institute for Health Care Management Foundation Robert S. Lawrence,* Bloomberg School of Public Health, The Johns Hopkins University Julia Graham Lear,* School of Public Health and Health Services, Department of Prevention and Community Health, The George Washington University Linda Juszczak, National Assembly on School-Based Health Care Keith Loud, Northeast Ohio Universities’ College of Medicine, Akron Children’s Hospital Daryl Lynch, Children’s Mercy Hospital, Kansas City, Missouri Andrea MacKay, National Center for Health Statistics Steven Mautner, National Academies Press John McInerney, National Academy for State Health Policy Irene Melamed, Adolescent Medicine Specialist, Buenos Aires, Argentina Maya Nath, American College of Preventive Medicine Anne Nucci-Sack, Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center Amy Nevel, Office of Science and Data Policy, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation, Department of Health and Human Services Eduardo Ochoa, Jr.,* Section of General Pediatrics, Arkansas Children’s Hospital Valerie Ovholt, Oakwood Teen Health Center, Wayne County, Michigan

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Challenges in Adolescent Health Care: Workshop Report Pat Paluzzi, Health Teen Network Kathaleen Perkins, West Virginia University Nalini Ravindranath, The Forum for Youth Investment Frederick P. Rivara,* Department of Pediatrics, University of Washington, Seattle Jennifer Rogers, American College of Preventive Medicine Jonelle Rowe, Office of Women’s Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Vinod K. Sahney,* Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Massachusetts Aric Schichor, St. Francis Hospital, Hartford, Connecticut Sarah Schulman, Health Resources and Services Administration, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Mark A. Schuster,* RAND and University of California, Los Angeles Lonnie Sherrod,* Fordham University Warner Slack, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston Matthew Stagner,* Chapin Hall Center for Children, The University of Chicago Sarah Stoddard, University of Minnesota Kirshna Upadhya, The Johns Hopkins Adolescent Medicine Gilberto Velez-Domenech, Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital, West Chester Medical Center Leslie Walker,* Children’s Hospital and Regional Medical Center, Seattle Constance Weisner, University of California, San Francisco