SAN Curriculum

Communication about Overuse with Vulnerable Populations

Dr. Lisa Letourneau and Kelly Rand from the Choosing Wisely campaign share recent research on implementing in a safety net setting including a new toolkit created for this setting and insights learned from focus groups on communicating about overuse to patients who have historically been marginalized from care.

Objectives:

  • Lessons Learned in Safety Net Implementation  
  • Lessons Learned in Messaging to Vulnerable populations 

Patient and Family Panels: Inspiring and Energizing Staff and Clinicians

This webinar supports ambulatory physicians and staff in planning and facilitating successful patient and family panels to foster change and improvement and rediscover joy in practice.

Learning Objectives:

Small Practice Strategies for Incorporating the Patient and Family Voice into Practice Transformation

The webinar provides practical ideas for small practices that have struggled with setting up a patient and family advisory council or just need to know how to get started. It provides other ways to incorporate patient/family perspectives into practice changes. 

Upon completion of the session, participants will be able to:

Choosing Wisely Implementation across Georgia

As much as 30% of care delivered in the U.S. is duplicative, unnecessary, and has limited benefits to patients.

Why does this happen?
Because healthcare providers and patients are busy. It may seem challenging to take on a new initiative like the Choosing Wisely implementation, even when it can decrease the prevalence of medical overuse. However, it will ultimately save time, lower costs, and most importantly, provide patients with the best, most appropriate care.

Integrating Patient Family Engagement into Choosing Wisely Implementation

Life is about choices -- we make them all day, every day. Especially in healthcare.

On May 9th 2019, PCPCC in collaboration with ABIMF and IPFCC hosted a webinar about the importance of engaging patients and families in the Choosing Wisely program, and how this process can empower patients to make more informed decisions, improve outcomes and transform practices.

You’ll hear directly from patient engagement advisors on their experiences and walk away with practical strategies for getting started.

Objectives:

Addressing Health Literacy Through Patient and Family Engagement

PCPCC, in collaboration with IPFCC, hosted a webinar on Addressing Health Literacy through Patient Family Engagement. A Patient Advisor who is working with their organization on health literacy issues together with a practice representative bringing the clinical perspective shared their story of efforts and outcomes to improve health literacy and patient engagement. Attendees also shared their experience and perspectives and asked engaging questions.

Webinar Objectives: 

Talking with Caregivers about Overuse: A Guide for Clinicians

Throughout the years of the campaign, Choosing Wisely by ABIM Foundation has been working to improve the critical skill of asking and answering questions about whether a test or treatment is necessary for both patients and clinicians.

Exploring Peer Support in Ambulatory Care - Lessons from the Field

Exploring Peer Support in Ambulatory Care - Lessons from the Field

Thursday, January 24, 2019 | 12:00 p.m. – 01:00 p.m. Eastern Time 

Implementing the Choosing Wisely Program – Practices Share their Lessons Learned

PCPCC Support and Alignment Network hosted an online discussion with practices who have implemented the ABIMF Choosing Wisely program on Jan 10, 2019 1:00 PM EST. The objectives of this webinar are the following:

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