Speakers: Josh Hall, LCSW; Rhelinda McFadden, BSN, RN, CPHIMS, PCMH-CCE; Justin Villines, MBA

In this webinar, you will learn how social determinants of health impact healthcare outcomes, and learn practical strategies and tools for integrating SDOH into healthcare delivery, and payment models in Arkansas.

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Josh Hall, LCSW

Josh leads the Hark program as it connects individuals and families to resources and support offered by local health and human services providers. His role is to guide, train, and support the team in making the most direct community connections in order to effectively and efficiently move individuals in the direction of thriving through empowerment and self-determination. Josh received his Bachelor’s Degree in social work from the University of Oklahoma and his Master’s Degree in social work from the University of Arkansas. During his career in human services, Josh has gained extensive experience in a multitude of social work practice areas including clinical services, program development, curriculum development, clinical supervision, poverty, multicultural issues, community development, and social justice advocacy. Josh is an active volunteer in the community, focusing on mentoring and social justice. He is also husband to his wife, Melissa, and father to his two sons, Luke and Josiah.

Rhelinda McFadden, BSN, RN, CPHIMS, PCMH-CCE

Ms. McFadden serves as manager of practice transformation at AFMC, where she supports efforts of a remote team to provide transformation support and technical assistance to Arkansas practices participating in multiple state payer incentive programs along with state and national value-based programs. She has extensive experience providing direct assistance to physicians across Arkansas through a hands-on approach to implementing multiple value-based incentive programs, PCMH models, electronic health record maximization, workflow optimization, and incorporating evidence-based clinical quality measures that align across numerous federal and state initiatives. Rhelinda is a registered nurse with more than 25 years of experience in healthcare, nursing, and healthcare consulting.

Her clinical nursing experience, coupled with years of implementing and supporting practice transformation, has provided firsthand knowledge of the effectiveness of differing models of care, the strengths of nursing’s holistic approach, and the challenges and benefits of designing, developing, and implementing models of care that address the changing needs of patients, communities, and providers.

Justin Villines, MBA

Justin Villines is an Arkansas native and currently serves as the Health Information Technology (HIT) Policy Director for the Office of Health Information Technology that oversees the State Health Alliance for Records Exchange (SHARE), Arkansas’ only statewide Health Information Exchange (HIE). He has 18+ years combined experience in Health Information Exchange, EMR/EHR systems, Public Health and Community Education, practice transformation, healthcare consulting, project management, teaching, and federal/state service.  He has extensive knowledge in practice transformation health initiatives and has led the implementation of Health Information Exchange (HIE) efforts throughout Arkansas to support Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH), Practice Transformation, Clinically Integrated Networks (CIN) and the Arkansas Medicaid PCMH program. He also teaches the Master of Health Administration and Masters in Management and Leadership as an Adjunct Professor at Webster University- St. Louis and as an Adjunct Associate Professor at Park University at the Little Rock Air Force Base.

In his previous roles with the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS)  he has worked on PCMH transformation, published 7 Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) teaching modules for the UAMS Family Medicine Residency programs and as a quality assurance coordinator he evaluated performance improvement requirements for The Joint Commission and The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. Serving in the US Army for 8 years with two combat tours in Iraq, he received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Management (BSM) and a Master Degree in Business Administration (MBA) with emphasis in Healthcare Management. He is presently working on his DrPH in Public Health – Community Health Promotion and Education.