Presentation

Poster

  • Korpman.  Department of Health, Denver, Colorado.  "Using Health Records to Effectively Manage Chronic Disease" (05/2009)

Other

  • Korpman.  Blue Cross of California executives, Thousand Oaks, California.  "Medicaid Managed Care: Best Practices for Disease Management" (07/2008)
  • Korpman.  Electronic Data Systems, Executive Board, Plano, Texas.  "The Individual Record - A New Approach to Computer Support of Health Care" (10/2008)

Research

  • Korpman.  Loma Linda University executives visiting Kettering Health Network, Dayton, Ohio.  "Practical Results from an Unusually Impractical Source:  DaytonHealthKonnect Exceeds all Expectations" (01/2009)
  • Korpman.  Loma Linda University Executive Committee, Loma Linda, California.  "Individual Health Records as the Centerpiece of Outreach" (04/2009)
  • Korpman.  CMS department heads in Washington, D.C. "Real World Reductions in Cost of Care with Real World Improvements in Quality: How Individual Health Records Accomplish the Seemingly Impossible" (06/2009)
  • Korpman.  Washington, D.C. Politicians including David Bowen (Senior Staff on Senate HELP), Tom Kraus (Senate HELP), Liz Engel (Senate DPC, Reid''s policy person), Liz Fowler (Senate Finance), Jordanna Davis (Senator Whitehouse LD), Purvee Kempf (House Energy and Commerce staff), and Geoff Gerhardt (Representative Stark''s staff).  "Chronic Disease Management:  90% of Health Care Dollars Lost" (05/2009)
  • Korpman.  Washington, D.C. Politicians including Brian Sutter (Representative Camp''s staff), Congressman Frank Pallone, Representative John Tanner, and Representative Joe Barton.  "Managed Care: Better or Worse than Unmanaged Care?" (03/2009)
  • Korpman.  Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, New York City, New York.  "Patient-based Approaches to Enhancing Care in the Tri-State Region" (02/2009)
  • Korpman.  Washington, D.C. Politicians including Senator Lamar Alexander, Tim Westmoreland (House Energy and Commerce staff), Senator Whitehouse, Dan Elling (House Ways and Means staff), and Senator Sherrod Brown.  "Cognitive Support and Health Records:  Why the IOM Believes that Records Do NOT Work. (02/2009)
  • Korpman.  Washington, D.C. Politicians including Tom Bradley and Staff, Peter Orzag and Charles Friedman.  "Real World Reductions in Cost of Care with Real World Improvements in Quality: How Individual Health Records Accomplish the Seemingly Impossible" (02/2009)
  • Korpman.  Washington, D.C. Politicians including Chris Dawe (Sr. Staff, Senate Finance, Health and Welfare Specialist); HHS Secretary-elect Tom Daschle; Katy Barr (Senate Finance); Wendell Primus (Representative Pelosi''''s policy person); Senator Grassley; Senator Volnovich; and Senator Olympia Snowe.  "Health Reform and Individual Health Records: Inextricably Linked" (01/2009)
  • Korpman.  Washington, D.C. Politicians including Representative Marsha Blackburn, Representative Jim Cooper, Senator Baucus, Karen Nelson (Representative Waxman''''s Health COS), Mark Vinkenes (OMB), Sean McCluskie (Representative Becerra''''s staff), Charles Blumenthal (ONC).  "Stimulus and Health: Individual Patient Care is the Answer" (01/2009)
  • Korpman.  State of Indiana, Indianapolis, Indiana.  "Statewide Health Initiatives:  Why Do They Fail?  How Can They Be Made Successful? (10/2008)
  • Korpman. "Consumer Directed Health Care, Your Computer, and You: The Future is Now and it is Bright." LLUMC Health Care Summit, Celebrating 100 Years. Loma Linda (10/2005)
  • Korpman.  California Health Care Foundation, Sacramento, California.  "The Individual Health Record: A New Concept for California Health Care" (08/2008)
  • Korpman.  UCLA School of Medicine, Los Angeles, California.  "Health Practices in the 21st Century: A New Approach" (09/2008)
  • Korpman.  Department of Managed Health Care, State of California, Sacramento, California.  "Patient-Centered Approaches to State Monitoring of Health Plans (01/2009)
  • Korpman.  HCA Executive Committee, Nashville, Tennessee.  "Health Care Integration: Patients/Hospitals/Physicians shaing a Record" (03/2009)
  • Korpman.  PriceWaterhouseCoopers, Indianapolis, Indiana.  "The Changing Face of Health Automation:  New Solutions Prevail" (04/2009)
  • Korpman.  California Council on Sciences and Technology, Sacramento, California.  "Reconciling Genomics and Phenomics: The Missing Axis in Health" (05/2009)