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Health Literacy and HIT: Implications for the New Communication LandscapeThursday

This webinar was co-sponsored by the PCPCC Center for eHealth Information Adoption and Exchange and the Center for Consumer Engagement and will feature Dr. Christine Zarcadoolas from the CUNY School of Public Health at Hunter and Dr. Sylvia Chou from the National Cancer Institute. At least half of all adults in the US are low literate and/ have inadequate health literacy (struggle to find, understand and use health information). Dr. Zarcadoolas will discuss health literacy, referring to her current research investigating patient usability of electronic medical records (EMRs).  Dr.

Practical Approaches to Enhance Communication and Coordinated Care in the PCMH

This Webinar is hosted by the Center for Multi-stakeholder Demonstration and feature Dr Jennifer Lail from Chapel Hill Pediatrics and Adolescents, P.A. Dr Lail will present some of the steps they took on their journey to becoming a patient-centered medical home with special emphasis on how they coordinate care for their patients with special health care needs. Dr Lail will discuss the critical factors related to coordinating care which include Relationships, Ready Access, Registry/Records, Resources (including Care Coordination services) , Reimbursement and Recruitment.

HIT Enablement of Medication-Related Care Coordination

Overview: As healthcare organizations adopt the electronic health record (EHR), the pharmacists’ role in using technology for medication management outside the prescription process will expand to the “Medical Neighborhood”. The Pharmacy e-Health Information Technology Collaborative (Collaborative) is an organization focused on influencing the structure, development and implementation of the U.S. Health Information Technology (HIT) infrastructure to assure the pharmacists’ role in medication-related care coordination is part of the patient-centered medical home model.

Diane Davidson on the road to a PCMH

Back by popular demand, Diane will discuss the road Roy O Martin took toward connecting their employees to a Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH). Diane states, "Our journey started ten years ago, got fresh wheels four years ago and became a reality this year.

Diane Davidson on the road to a PCMH

Back by popular demand, Diane will discuss the road Roy O Martin took toward connecting their employees to a Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH). Diane states, "Our journey started ten years ago, got fresh wheels four years ago and became a reality this year.

Taskforce on Education on Training the Workforce on PCMH

The goals of this webinar are to:Examine current workforce training around PCMH & practice transformation in the broad range of health professions -- the team needed for PCMHSuggest Key Skills & CompetenciesExamine Strength & GapsStimluate Discussion and Action

Behavioral Health Integration in the Medical Home and Its Facilitation by HIT

Date: Thursday, April 14th 2011, from 1:00 - 2:30pm ETOverview: In the rush to develop collaborative care practices the use of health IT is a powerful, often overlooked, and crucial element. The University of Vermont and Fletcher Allen Health Care in northern Vermont have embarked on a project to develop Patient-Centered Medical Homes in each of our primary care practices. As part of that effort, there is a commitment that mental health substance abuse and health behavior services are central elements of the development. Dr. Kessler, a health psychologist, directs this effort. Dr.

Desktop Medicine and the Patient Centered Medical Home

Date: Thursday, March 10th 2011, from 1:00 - 2:30pm ETPresenters: Jason Karlawish is an Associate Professor of Medicine and Medical Ethics, and Senior Fellow of the Center for Bioethics and the Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics at the University of PennsylvaniaOverview: A robust health information technology infrastructure is a central tenet of the patient-centered medical home model. Dr.

Care Coordination: Lessons Learned from the UNC Chapel Hill Internal Medicine Clinic

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Division of General Internal Medicine and Clinical Epidemiology is dedicated to promoting an environment supportive of continuous quality improvement. Their aim is to improve patient care by identifying barriers to patient satisfaction and quality patient care, as well as by comparing the clinic to national standards.

Tips on Choosing a Care Coordinator and Developing a High Functioning Team

The Center for Multi-stakeholder Demonstrations will be hosting a Webinar at 2 p.m. EST on Tuesday, March 1st featuring Judy Hewitt entitled "Tips on Choosing a Care Coordinator". She will be sharing lessons learned from her extensive experience as well as sharing tips on choosing a care coordinator.For the past 5 years Judy Hewitt has been Practice Manager for Belmar Family Medicine. She was hired about 8 months after Belmar Family Medicine opened their doors.

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