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Essential Jobs, Essential Care Brown Bag Policy Lunch - Shared screen with speaker view
Reena Arora
46:13
Hi Emma! I heard that in Maryland they have a phone system run by Medicaid office to track hours - basic clock in and clock out system. Does NC have something like that that could be built out to get data?
Emma Sandoe (she/hers) NC
50:55
That sounds like it potentially could be part of the Electronic Visit Verification System which we are in the process of implementing here. It is a great source of additional information but that doesn't necessarily give us the wholistic picture of number of employees and wages that are paid by the employer.
Bob Crayton
53:20
Thank you, Emma! I was thinkin EVV too?
Kezia Scales (she/her)
01:03:45
I'm waiting with bated breath for these answers!
Lee Dobson
01:04:47
Yes...Sandi
Kezia Scales (she/her)
01:05:14
I agree too, I love that answer Sandi!!
Lee Dobson
01:05:41
Actionable data
Sandi Lane
01:07:22
Thank you! Hopefully we can learn more about what we're doing well as well as the gaps
Kezia Scales (she/her)
01:09:11
What an aspirational and inspirational response, Emma!
peggy powell
01:09:27
Love the idea of census tract analysis!
Ted Goins
01:10:08
Thanks, Dr. Lane for all and for talking about listening to the DCW workforce. Covid reimbursement has allowed us to pay more than we could previously, though still not enough. If/when extra Medicaid reimbursement goes away, our DCWs will probably not be willing to go back to lower pay. The workforce crises will get even worse, if that's possible. Thoughts from you all?
Lee Dobson
01:10:17
I'm very excited about the data project....learning and developing ways to support this workforce is critical to our success in meeting the needs of our communities. Thank you for hosting.
Lee Dobson
01:12:59
Agree with Adam. Worry about collecting data for data sake. It needs to add value, not simply add administrative burden.
Kezia Scales (she/her)
01:15:05
Co-creation of workforce data systems is essential!
Charlotte Sweeney
01:16:04
Thank you all for this presentation ~Charlotte Sweeney, MD, Assoc. Med.Dir, CPEP & volunteer, NC Serious Illness Coalition’s Caregiver & Patient Engagement Workgroup.
Reena Arora
01:16:12
Thanks Stephen!
Reena Arora
01:16:18
Thank you to all the panelists
Lee Dobson
01:16:35
Loved the discussion. Thank you to our panel and to Heather for hosting.
Tara Muller, DRNC
01:16:48
Thanks, panelists. Interesting and helpful discussion.
Julia Burrowes
01:17:01
Thank you- this has been a great series and a great session today!
Stephen McCall (he/him)
01:17:19
Thank you all for attending! I appreciated the opportunity to connect with you. You are welcome to reach out to me directly at smccall@phinational.org.
Emma Sandoe (she/hers) NC
01:17:23
Feel free to reach out to me if you have any questions that weren't answered today - emma.sandoe@dhhs.nc.gov
peggy powell
01:17:33
Great session
Aimee Kepler
01:18:01
Great panel & info! Thank you, all! Have a wonderful holiday season.