Lessons from Performing Guideline-Driven, Evidence-Based Asthma Interventions in the Real World: Who Benefits?
Saturday, March 5, 2016: 10:45 AM-12:00 PM
Convention Center, Level One, Petree Hall D
1.25 CME/CE
Anne Markus , JD, PhD, MHS

Learning Objectives:
  1. Describe how to promote effective adaptation when developing an evidence-based intervention, such as ongoing dialogue between researchers and the target healthcare setting to respond to the needs of the clinic while monitoring fidelity to the intervention
  2. Discuss if evidence-based interventions remain effective when translated into populations and healthcare settings that differ from the parent trials, and identify what components may be needed to retain efficacy
  3. Identify and assess if evidence-based asthma interventions are cost effective when translated across several different healthcare settings with various insurance providers, and identify what elements payers are interested in supporting for potential intervention sustainability
10:45 AM
Found in Translation: How to Identify Key Elements of an Evidence-Based Intervention and How They are Adapted and Retained in Clinics Serving Diverse Underserved Communities
David M. Stevens, MD
11:05 AM
Question & Answer
11:10 AM
Effectiveness of the Champs Intervention on Asthma Symptoms and Healthcare Utilization: Implications for Populations and Healthcare Centers That May Benefit from an Evidence-Based Intervention
Suzanne Kennedy, PhD
11:30 AM
Question & Answer
11:35 AM
Incremental Cost-Effectiveness of the Champs Intervention: Implications for Supporting an Evidence-Based Intervention
Avi Dor, PhD
11:55 AM
Question & Answer
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