Webinar: "Transforming to Team"

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Overview

Today, the dominant conversation around the primary care workforce is less about numbers and more about roles. Dr. Chris Sinsky is a frequent invited lecturer on practice innovation, redesign and physician satisfaction. In her study of high-functioning primary care practices, “In Search of Joy in Practice,” Dr. Sinsky and her colleagues visited 23 high-functioning primary care practices and observed how crucial team was to improving communication, patient delivery and bringing greater joy into practice. Margaret Flinter is a co-director of the LEAP Program, or Learning From Effective Ambulatory Practices. LEAP, a program of Group Health Research Institute’s MacColl Center for Health Care Innovation, was designed to identify, study and engage exemplar primary care practices from across the United States that are using their workforce creatively.
 
 

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