Beyond Care Coordination: Cross-Systems Care Integration for Adults with IDD
Betty Geer, DNP, RN, CPNP · Brystal Karber, BA · Nichole Guerra, DBA
February 15th, 2018

RRTCDD and The Arc 2018 Health and Wellness Webinar Series

Webinar 2: Beyond Care Coordination: Cross-Systems Care Integration for Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

3:00 pm, Eastern Standard Time

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Abstract:

This presentation will define a new experimental role known as the Care Integration Specialist and explain how this role functions within a clinical setting, coordinating care across healthcare and community support systems. Preliminary and anecdotal data will be shared showing how this role positively impacts healthcare and quality of life of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Presenter bios:

Nichole Guerra is a Research Coordinator at The Resource Exchange Research Center. She will earn her Doctor of Business Administration in June 2017. Her educational background is in Health Science and Nonprofit Management in the Human Services industry. Mrs. Guerra’s career in the field of intellectual and developmental disabilities began in 2005. She has extensive experience in residential and day program settings, case management, and adapted physical activities.

Betty Geer became Research Center Director for The Resource Exchange in Colorado Springs in September 2016. Her background includes more than 30 years cumulative experience in a broad range of fields, including public health research, nursing, graphic design, economic development, and architecture. She holds five degrees from the University of Colorado: Bachelor of Fine Art, Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Master of Science in Nursing, Master of Architecture, and Doctor of Nursing Practice. Dr. Geer also completed a Postdoctoral LEND Fellowship at JFK Partners at the University of Colorado, Anschutz Medical Campus. She is currently PI for the Care Integration and Quality of Life study, the research portion of the collaborative project entitled Health Coordination for People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD).

Brystal Karber, Bachelor of Arts in Cultural Anthropology and a Teaching Assistant at University of Colorado.

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