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DSRIP Results: Findings from University Health System

Date: Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Time: 2:00 PM ET

In December 2011, Texas became the second state to adopt a delivery system reform incentive program (DSRIP). Now, less than five years later, participating essential hospitals are seeing concrete results. During this webinar, representatives from University Health System, in San Antonio, shared their findings and discussed how DSRIP-supported improvement projects have impacted the hospital’s patient care and quality outcomes.


Gabriela Canales, MBA
Director, DSRIP Project Management
University Health System
Sebastian Padron, MHA
Director, Projects and Revenue Ops Support
Ambulatory Care Coordination
University Health System
Melissa Johnson, PharmD
Assistant Director of Pharmacy
University Health System
Julieanne Wisloff RN, BSE, CHPN
Director, LIFE Care/Palliative Medicine
University Health System


All members of America’s Essential Hospitals were encouraged to attend.

This webinar was most appropriate for members who currently have a DSRIP waiver and for those interested in pursuing a DSRIP waiver in their state.

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