#Rx2Move – Webinar Series


Webinar #3: Investing In Active Communities 

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Click here to watch Webinar 3: Investing in Active Communities

By advocating for and investing in active transportation, public recreational spaces and school-based health initiatives, health care organizations can promote more active, healthier communities.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn how health care organizations can use advocacy, partnerships, and financial investments to promote physical activity.
  • Understand strategies for health care organizations to promote active communities through real-life case studies.
  • Learn how active communities can not only promote health, but also generate economic benefits and have a positive impact on property values.


  • Kelly Bishop, MA, MCHES, FASHA, Public Health Advisor, Division of Community Health, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention

Panel Presenters:

  • Loel Solomon, PhD, Vice President, Community Health, Kaiser Permanente
  • James Siegal, President, KaBOOM!
  • Janelle Waldock, Vice President, Community Health and Health Equity, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota

When: March 10, 2016, 12:30-1:30 PM Pacific/ 3:30-4:30 PM Eastern

Available for on-demand viewing. Click here to watch Webinar 3: Investing in Active Communities.

Webinar #2: Designing Active Health Care Environments

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The KP Institute for Health Policy and the American College of Sports Medicine invite you to a webinar on design innovations adopted by hospitals and health systems that encourage physical activity.


Monday, December 14, 12:00-1:00 p.m. PST/3:00-4:00 p.m. EST


Design innovations adopted by hospitals and health systems can encourage physical activity and give patients, visitors and staff opportunities to engage in “active transportation” (walking, biking, and using public transit).



  • Brook Belay, M.D., M.P.H., Obesity Prevention and Control Branch, Division
    of Nutrition, Physical Activity and Obesity, Centers for Disease Control and


  • John Kouletsis, AIA, EDAC, Vice President, Facilities Planning & Design,
    National Facilities Services, Kaiser Permanente
  • Richard J. Jackson, M.D., MPH, University of California Los Angeles, Fielding School of Public Health
  • Chad Beebe, AIA, Deputy Executive Director, American Society for Healthcare
    Engineering of the American Hospital Association


Available for on-demand viewing. Click here to watch Webinar 2: Designing Active Health Care Environments


Webinar 1: Making Physical Activity a Vital Sign Conversations between primary care providers and patients about physical activity and more active lifestyles can improve health.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the benefits of physical activity conversations between patients and primary care providers.
  • Learn about the tools and resources available to help providers screen patients for adequate physical activity levels and make meaningful referrals to community-based programs and safe places to be active.

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  • Elizabeth Joy, M.D., M.P.H., FACSM, Medical Director Clinical Outcomes Research, Intermountain Healthcare, Adjunct Professor, Family & Preventive Medicine, University of Utah School of Medicine, American College of Sports Medicine President-elect, Intermountain Healthcare


  • Rosemary Agostini, MD, Chief of Activity, Sports & Exercise Medicine, Group Health Cooperative
  • Robert Sallis, M.D., FACSM, Kaiser Permanente; Co-Director, Sports Medicine Fellowship, Kaiser Permanente Medical Center, Fontana, CA; Clinical Professor of Family Medicine, UC Riverside School of Medicine
  • Richard Troiano, PhD, Program Director, Risk Factor Assessment Branch, Epidemiology and Genomics Research Program, US National Cancer Institute, currently serving a detail to the Office of the Surgeon General

Available for on-demand viewing. Click here to watch Webinar 1: Making Activity a Vital Sign

Other webinars in the series include:

Webinar 3 — Investing In Community Health, date and time TBD