Patient Engagement in 10 Minutes or Less

PFE Bite-Sized Learning Series

In partnership with X4Health, the PCPCC Support & Alignment Network (SAN) is happy to present a series of videos that will quickly guide practices and quality improvement teams to achieve their Patient & Family Engagement (PFE) and Quality Payment Program (QPP)  goals. This "starter track" will help create a foundational level of knowledge about PFE engagement and implementation strategies for TCPI participants and others working towards practice transformation. 

Learn On-Demand 

Webinared Out? We hear you!

  • Learning modules take less than 10 minutes to complete, and the series reflects feedback we've received from practice coaches & clinicians in the field!
  • Our strategy is to provide you with a useful resource you could complete on your own time. No webinars, no scheduling needed - just the information you need on best practices for patient & family engagement to help you meet related quality payment program quality measurement goals.
  • "Lock-in" your learning by answering a few questions and sharing your thoughts about PFE in health care.  

Quick Sign-up

There are seven modules currently available:

Module 1: Understanding Patient and Family Engagement and Why is it Essential to Quality Payment Program Success

Module 2: Tactical Ways My Practice Can Effectively Engage Patients and Families

Module 3: Applying Patient and Family Engagement Strategies to the Choosing Wisely Campaign

Module 4: Collaborative Medication Management

Module 5: Practicing as a Community Partner

Module 6: Team-Based Care Practice Practice

Module 6.5: Team-Based Care: Why It Matters to Patients and Family Caregivers

Register below and select the module you would like to complete start-to-finish in 10 mins or less! 

The PCPCC Support and Alignment Network is supported Cooperative Agreement 1L1CMS331478 from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. The contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of HHS or any of its agencies.

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