Overcoming Challenges to Ideal Primary Care

On this webinar, physicians in distinct practice settings shared their strategies to overcome challenges to practicing ideal primary care. These challenges included internal communications issues, care coordination, patient engagement, and supporting high-value outcomes. Participants discussed where these strategies can be successful and where additional solutions are needed.

Oregon's Support for Strong Primary Care Webinar

On this webinar, Evan Saulino, MD, PhD, discussed new legislation in Oregon, passed in July 2017, to double, over a five-year period, the amount of money spent by all Oregon payers on primary care. These additional funds will be channeled into primary care alternative payment models. In addition, Dr. Saulino described innovative work by the Oregon Health Authority Patient-Centered Primary Care Home Program (PCPCH).

Evidence Report Briefing on Capitol Hill

At the briefing on Capitol Hill, hosted by the Congressional Primary Care Caucus, the Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative (PCPCC) unveiled its latest report highlighting new evidence that links the patient-centered medical home (PCMH) and other forms of advanced primary care with improved outcomes, but not in every study examined.

Community Integrated Health in Practices: Partnerships with Impact

Successful practice transformation requires the adoption of broad population health strategies. Community-based organizations can play an integral role in this arena.  As providers accept more risk under value-based payment models, there is a greater emphasis on managing chronic disease.  Evidence-based programs targeting persons with two or more chronic conditions have increasing importance to success with the introduction of new payment models.

Quality Payment Program Readiness: Integrating PFE Strategies to Accelerate Performance

In this webinar, patient and family engagement experts, Christine Bechtel and Jennifer Sweeney from X4 Health, connect TCPI's PFE Metrics with improvement activity requirements of the CMS Quality Payment Program

Delivering Quality Integrated Care with an Emphasis on Patient and Family Engagement (PFE)

Addressing a person's physical and behavioral health is vital for positive health outcomes and cost-effective care. Integrated care is an effective model because it houses primary care and behavioral health services in one setting. This model also supports a team-based approach to care delivery, as it combines the various field expertise of clinicians with input from patients and their caregivers. 

Effective Partnerships for Enhancing Medication Safety and E-tool Use: Performance Metrics that Guide Patient-Centered Care

What activities "count" towards meeting the PFE Performance Metrics and how can you reach these goals without adding more to your plate? We've got answers! 

Join us for Part 2 in our series on PFE Performance Metrics as we present a comprehensive overview of Medication Management, Support for the Patient and Family Voice, and E-tools! This event is designed to help PTNs, clinicians, quality improvement staff, and other healthcare professionals better understand the PFE Metrics and its application in practice settings.

Activating Patient Engagement in Care Delivery: Performance Metrics that Guide Patient-Centered Care

Practices participating in the Transforming Clinical Practice Initiative (TCPI) are constantly aiming towards effective transformation through the implementation of meaningful person-centered care. In support of this goal, TCPI recently released Person and Family Engagement (PFE) performance measures that healthcare staff can use to strengthen partnerships in ambulatory care. 


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