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2019 Chronic Disease Partners and Better Choices, Better Health Meeting

Moving Evidence into Action

Conference Location
Highland Conference Center, Mitchell, SD

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Keynote Speakers

Lindsay Bishop, MPH

Lindsay Bishop, MPH is a public health analyst in the Office of Population Health and Healthcare at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) where she is the project lead for CDC’s 6|18 Initiative. Lindsay has served as the Program Manager for the Viral Hepatitis’s Viral Hepatitis Action Coalition in the National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, Tuberculosis Prevention and as a public health analyst. She also worked as a Program Director at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta leading a statewide, community-based childhood obesity initiative.


Kathy Moses, MPH

Kathy Moses, MPH, is the associate director for policy at the Center for Health Care Strategies (CHCS). Kathy focuses on care management, supportive housing, physical/behavioral health integration, and quality improvement for individuals with complex needs. She helps states develop and implement Medicaid health home strategies. As director of chronic disease for Indiana’s Office of Medicaid Policy and Planning, she developed the Indiana Chronic Disease Management Program. She also served as the director of the State Children’s Health Insurance Program.


Alice “Ali” Jaglowski, MSH

Alice “Ali” Jaglowski, MSH, currently supports the National Diabetes Prevention Program at NACDD focusing on increasing availability, marketing, referrals and reimbursement of the National DPP lifestyle change program. She also worked on ACHIEVE, a healthy community initiative, where she established policy and environmental changes for physical activity, healthy nutrition, and tobacco. She provides training around use of social media for communication, marketing and sustainability. As a state administrator of Florida Department of Health’s Obesity Prevention Program, she developed and implemented a statewide plan for addressing obesity prevention.

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Award Opportunities

Hotel Information:

  • Comfort Inn & Suites
    • 605.990.2400
    • 2 Queen Beds for $99/night
    • 1 King Bed for $99/night
    • Group Name: Black Hills Special Services
  • Hampton Inn
    • 605.995.1575
    • Standard Rooms for $101.00/night
    • Group Name: Black Hills Special Services

This conference will…

  • Provide examples of implementing evidence-based interventions and strategies.
  • Help community organizations, public health organizations and healthcare professionals make evidence-based programs a priority.
  • Offer presentations on national and local chronic disease prevention and health promotion efforts.
  • Provide an opportunity to network with other Chronic Disease State Partners.
  • Provide updates on the Chronic Disease State Plan.

Who should attend:

  • Chronic Disease State Partners
  • Healthcare Professionals
  • Public Health Professionals
  • Health Advocacy Staff
  • Coalition Members
  • Worksite Wellness Staff
  • Tribal and Indian Health Partners

Contact Brooke Lusk for more information:

Black Hills Special Services
221 S. Central Ave., Suite 33
Pierre, SD 57501

(605) 224-6287 ext 1536
(605) 224-8320 fax
blusk@tie.net

Please obtain permission from the author(s) before using copyrighted materials included in these presentations.

Keynote Speakers

Lindsay Bishop, MPH

Lindsay Bishop, MPH is a public health analyst in the Office of Population Health and Healthcare at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) where she is the project lead for CDC’s 6|18 Initiative. Lindsay has served as the Program Manager for the Viral Hepatitis’s Viral Hepatitis Action Coalition in the National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, Tuberculosis Prevention and as a public health analyst. She also worked as a Program Director at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta leading a statewide, community-based childhood obesity initiative.


Kathy Moses, MPH

Kathy Moses, MPH, is the associate director for policy at the Center for Health Care Strategies (CHCS). Kathy focuses on care management, supportive housing, physical/behavioral health integration, and quality improvement for individuals with complex needs. She helps states develop and implement Medicaid health home strategies. As director of chronic disease for Indiana’s Office of Medicaid Policy and Planning, she developed the Indiana Chronic Disease Management Program. She also served as the director of the State Children’s Health Insurance Program.


Alice “Ali” Jaglowski, MSH

Alice “Ali” Jaglowski, MSH, currently supports the National Diabetes Prevention Program at NACDD focusing on increasing availability, marketing, referrals and reimbursement of the National DPP lifestyle change program. She also worked on ACHIEVE, a healthy community initiative, where she established policy and environmental changes for physical activity, healthy nutrition, and tobacco. She provides training around use of social media for communication, marketing and sustainability. As a state administrator of Florida Department of Health’s Obesity Prevention Program, she developed and implemented a statewide plan for addressing obesity prevention.

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