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Webinar: Successful ACOs - A Strong Foundation of Primary Care?

This webinar brings together thought leaders to examine how and when Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) with a strong foundation of primary care spend less and achieve better results for patients. Participants will have the opportunity to learn about recent complementary research from Harvard Medical School and the Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative/Graham Center that leverages data from the Medicare Shared Savings Program (MSSP). Aledade will provide an industry perspective on these findings, sharing their experience leveraging primary care tools in ACOs.  

Improving Patient/Family Engagement Through Peer Support for Parents of Children with Special Needs

If you are interested in learning more about how peer support can help your practice, please join us at Virtual Peer Support Meeting (PFCC.Connect) on September 27, 2018, at 1:30 PM EST by registering here.

Webinar Recording: Optimizing Value and Patient Outcomes Through Comprehensive Medication Management

One of the greatest barriers to improving healthcare in the United States is utilizing medications in a manner that does not allow them to reach their full potential. Clinical pharmacists are an integral member of the healthcare team and play an important role in optimizing medication use and improving patient care. The expert panelists on this webinar discussed the importance of implementing Comprehensive Medication Management (CMM) strategies to maximize patient outcomes.

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Recording of Event: Advanced Primary Care’s Role in Accountable Care Organization Performance

Two panels of thought leaders convened to discuss the clinical and policy implications of the relationship between advanced primary care and Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs). The research in the 2018 Evidence Report shows the six characteristics of successful ACOs align closely with the Shared Principles of Primary Care.

Presenters and Speakers Include:
  • Ann Greiner, President & Chief Executive Officer—The Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative

Webinar Recording Available! Integrating Physical and Behavioral Health

Mental Health conditions including mental illness, and substance abuse have become a prevalent issue in this country affecting at least 18% of US adults. Most behavioral health services begin in primary care settings, however traditional reimbursement models are poorly supportive of models that integrate Primary Care and Mental Health, which hinders physician care.   Dr. Bruce Landon, and Dr. Russell Phillips from Harvard Medical School offered their approaches which included two Medicare Payment models entitled the Collaborative Care Model, and the Care Behaviorist Model. Also, Dr.

Webinar Recording: Putting the Medical Home into Practice for Children

The patient-centered medical home (PCMH) has become known for generating better outcomes for patients, including children. In the late 1960s, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) developed the medical home model with the goal of delivering better primary care to children and adolescents with special health needs. On this webinar subject matter experts from AAP, Verden Group, and PCC EHR covered the following topics: 

Webinar - Measuring Primary Care Investment: Overcoming Policy and Operational Issues

The panelists on this webinar are thought leaders in work to advance the measurement of primary care spending – at the state, federal and international level. 

Increasing our utilization of primary care will lead to lower costs, higher patient satisfaction, fewer hospitalizations and emergency department visits, and lower mortality. Unfortunately, it is difficult to measure actual primary care spend, which makes it difficult to quantify primary care investment and clearly demonstrate these positive associated outcomes.

The panelists will describe recent work including: 

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