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Measures of Health Literacy: Workshop Summary Appendix A Workshop Agenda ROUNDTABLE ON HEALTH LITERACY WORKSHOP ON MEASURES OF HEALTH LITERACY Thursday, February 26, 2009 8:30 am–5:15 pm Room 100 Keck Center of The National Academies 500 Fifth Street, NW Washington, DC 20001 WORKSHOP AGENDA Objectives To review existing approaches for measuring health literacy To review health system level approaches to assessing health literacy To provide a vision for what could be done in population-based measurement of health literacy 7:45-8:30 am Registration 8:30-8:45 Welcome and Introduction to the Workshop George Isham, M.D., M.S. Chair, Roundtable on Health Literacy
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Measures of Health Literacy: Workshop Summary 8:45-9:00 Health Literacy Measurement: Mapping the Terrain Carolyn M. Clancy, M.D. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality 9:00-11:15 Panel: Testing Individual Health Literacy George Isham, M.D., M.S., Moderator HealthPartners 9:00-9:15 Health Literacy Measurement: A Brief Review and Proposal Andrew Pleasant, Ph.D. Rutgers University 9:15-9:30 The Importance of a National Dataset for Health Literacy Marin P. Allen, Ph.D. National Institutes of Health 9:30-10:00 Discussion 10:00-10:15 BREAK 10:15-10:30 What Is Health Literacy and How Do We Measure It? Lauren McCormack, Ph.D., M.S.P.H. RTI International 10:30-10:45 Refining and Standardizing Health Literacy Assessment Elizabeth Hahn, M.A. Northwestern University 10:45-11:15 Discussion 11:15 am-12:30 pm Panel: Other Approaches to Health Literacy Measurement Cindy Brach, M.P.P., Moderator Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality 11:15-11:30 Self-Report Measures of Health Literacy Lisa D. Chew, M.D., M.P.H. University of Washington
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Measures of Health Literacy: Workshop Summary 11:30-11:45 Demographic Assessment for Health Literacy Amresh Hanchate, Ph.D. Boston University School of Medicine 11:45-12:00 Mapping Health Literacy Nicole Lurie, M.D., M.S.P.H. The RAND Corporation 12:00-12:30 Discussion 12:30-1:30 LUNCH 1:30-1:45 NAAL Data: To Use or Not to Use? Barry Weiss, M.D. University of Arizona College of Medicine 1:45-2:00 Discussion 2:00-3:00 Panel: Other Approaches to Health Literacy Measurement, continued Cindy Brach, M.P.P., Moderator 2:00-2:15 Measuring the Function in Functional Health Literacy Sandra Smith, M.P.H. University of Washington School of Public Health 2:15-2:30 Health Literacy and Cancer Prevention: Do People Understand What They Hear? Kathleen Mazor, Ed.D. University of Massachusetts Medical School 2:30-3:00 Discussion 3:00-4:30 Panel: Measuring Health System Responses to Health Literacy Carolyn Cocotas, R.T., M.P.A., Moderator F.E.G.S. Health and Human Services System 3:00-3:15 America’s Health Insurance Plans’ Response to Health Literacy Julie Gazmararian, Ph.D., M.P.H. Emory University Rollins School of Public Health
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Measures of Health Literacy: Workshop Summary 3:15-3:30 An Accreditor’s Effort to Push the Public Policy Agenda Forward John P. DuMoulin, M.S. URAC 3:30-3:45 Developing and Testing a CAHPS® Health Literacy Item Set Beverly Weidmer Ocampo, M.A. The RAND Corporation 3:45-4:00 Promoting Effective Communication: The Joint Commission’s Efforts to Address Culture, Language, and Health Literacy Amy Wilson-Stronks, M.P.P. The Joint Commission 4:00-4:30 Discussion 4:30-4:45 Measuring Health Literacy: What? So What? Now What? Where do we want to go in terms of measuring health literacy? Measurement of health literacy requires measurement of skills (individual, community, and population level) as well as measurement of demands related to health and health care. Ruth M. Parker, M.D. Emory University School of Medicine 4:45-5:15 Discussion 5:15 ADJOURN