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PCMH Behavioral Health Integration - Screening for Depression

Depression screening is an important element of behavioral health integration in the patient-centered medical home. In this webinar we learned more about how this process has been successfully implemented and managed across a spectrum of patient populations - from teens to adults to medicare-eligibles, brought to you by the PCPCC Behavioral Health Special Interest Group. Featured speakers will include Jennifer Bowdoin, MS, Senior Associate, Project Management, Rhode Island Quality Institute and Gary Mirkin, MD, CEO of Allied Pediatrics of New York, PLLC.

Advancing Primary Care through Health Information Technology

The PCPCC is delighted to bring together a distinguished panel of speakers from CMS, ONC and NCQA to discuss various aspects of health information technology and the patient-centered medical home. Please join us for a free and informative webinar from 2:00-3:30pm ET on Tuesday, September 11, entitled "Advancing Primary Care through Health Information Technology".

Incorporation of Medication Management into Coordinated Care

The webinar features Amanda Brummel, PharmD - Director, Ambulatory Clinical Pharmacy Services, Fairview Pharmacy Services and will be moderated by Terry McInnis, MD, MPH - President, Blue Thorn, Inc. and Co-lead of the Medication Management Taskforce and Ed Webb, ACCP Associate Executive Director and Co-lead of the PCPCC Medication Management Taskforce. A 30-minute Question and Answer session will follow the presentations.Fairview Pharmacy Services, LLC, has developed a very successful practice model of pharmaceutical care.

Care Coordination and the Patient's Role in Shared Decision Making and Team Communication

 In this webinar, we explore the definition of the care team and care coordination as well as the key elements of care coordination within the PCMH. We will also talk about the patient’s perspective by reviewing Christine Bechtel’s research on patients and the delivery system as a whole – its challenges and potential solutions – including care coordination and the medical home.  

Primary Care Innovations: Stories from the Field

 A healthy primary care system is essential to our nation’s health system, but primary care practice is at a crossroads.  Burnout is rampant, fewer physicians are choosing the specialty, and many existing primary care doctors are leaving it.  Physicians Chris Sinsky and Tom Sinsky and their colleagues visited more than 20 primary care practices that have adopted innovations to enhance the job satisfaction of physicians, other clinicians and staff while also improving the quality of care and the patient experience.

The Role of Health Technology in the New Care Models

 Speaker: CDR Kevin Dorrance, MD, FACP, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center Bethesda. CDR Dorrance talks about how to realize health technology’s potential to improve communications between physicians and patients, understand health initiatives that are rewarding physicians on the basis of quality and discover how to enhance the coordination of care in a PCMH. 

Beacon Community Case Study: Innovative Solutions for Using HIT to Implement the NCQA PCMH Model

The Crescent City Beacon Community in New Orleans is one of 17 ONC-funded Beacon Communities building and strengthening local health IT infrastructure and testing innovative approaches to make measurable improvements in health, care and cost. This community faced a significant challenge with its PCMH implementation in the community clinic setting: deciphering how to use technology in a way to support care team functions while reducing, rather than increasing, staff and provider workloads.

Supporting Care Coordination within the PCMH model

 Discussion of key ingredients of population health and disease management that support the PCMH. This includes Protected Health Information (PHI) tools that can support the medical home as well as information systems for PCMH care coordination.

Leadership Tools To Meet The Adaptive Challenges Of PCMH Transformation

The demands for transformation in primary care are high. Clinician leaders and administrative partners lead this change, but their usual methods are better suited to technical adjustment than adaptive challenge. This is the story of implementing a practical set of leadership tools robust enough to embrace change and actively involve the entire organization in its own transformation. Speakers: Macaran A.

Managing High-Risk Patients in ACOs

Webinar took place Monday, February 13, 2012 from 2:00-3:00pm ET entitled "Managing High-Risk Patients in ACOs". Chad Boult, MD, MPH, MBA, described the Guided Care model and discuss how it can work within accountable care organizations (ACOs) to reduce health service utilization while improving the quality of care and provider satisfaction.

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