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Integrating Peer Support into Primary Care

This webinar focused on how peer support can enhance primary care, chronic disease management, behavioral health and more. Peer support links people living with chronic conditions, providing them with emotional, social and practical assistance.  Speakers will highlight evidence demonstrating the positive impact that peer support has on health outcomes, its role in patient engagement, and the benefits and challenges of integrating peer support in primary care settings.

Consumer Engagement in a Rapidly Evolving Healthcare Environment

This webinar focused on the evolving role of consumers in the healthcare marketplace and why consumer engagement strategies are important to quality and cost outcomes. Speakers discussed the importance of consumer engagement in health information technologies and provided an overview of the Consumer eHealth Readiness Tool (CeRT), a pragmatic tool that supports the advancement of consumer engagement as well as the meaningful use of technology.

The Results Are In: An Overview of Key Findings from PCPCC's Annual Report

This year the PCPCC Annual Report, supported by the Milbank Memorial Fund, presents a showcase of the year's 20 peer-reviewed and industry-generated PCMH evaluations that indicate the patient-centered medical home's impact on cost, quality, and population health outcomes. During our January National Montly Briefing, PCPCC Annual Report co-authors Marci Nielsen, PhD, MPH and Nwando Olayiwola, MD, MPH led a discussion of the report's key findings and future implications for the medical home movement.

Working with Care Teams After Treatment

The PCPCC, in partnership with the American Cancer Society launched a three part webinar series in December 2013 that focuses on how patient-centered medical home providers and practices can support patient health and caregiver support after a cancer diagnosis, during treatment, and post-treatment. Expert speakers will discuss how to support patients throughout the care experience including initial diagnosis, active treatment and survivorship.

Working with Care Teams During Treatment

The PCPCC, in partnership with the American Cancer Society launched a three part webinar series in December 2013 that focuses on how patient-centered medical home providers and practices can support patient health and caregiver support after a cancer diagnosis, during treatment, and post-treatment. Expert speakers will discuss how to support patients throughout the care experience including initial diagnosis, active treatment and survivorship.

Working with Care Teams After Diagnosis

The PCPCC, in partnership with the American Cancer Society will be launching a three part webinar series in December 2013 that focuses on how patient-cen

Population Health Management in the Medical Neighborhood

The PCPCC recently released a new report that supports primary care clinicians in their efforts to adopt a population health management (PHM) approach that effectively leverages health IT solutions and community partnerships in the larger 'medical neighborhood.' The webinar features a presentation from Jaan Sidorov on the essential features of health IT-enabled PHM, and Robert Fortini's success at Bon Secours Virginia Medical Group, a Shared Savings ACO in Richmond, Virginia.

Building a Statewide PCMH Program: Design, Evaluation Methods, and Results

Overview of Blue Cross Blue Shield Michigan's statewide patient-centered medical home program, including the history of the program, its PCMH-designation scoring process, evaluation methods, and latest results.

Shining Through Health IT

As the incredible work of the Office of the National Coordinator’s (ONC) national Beacon Community Program wraps up this fall,  Janhavi Kirtane from the ONC, and representatives from Beacon communities around the country tshare their lessons learned and how their achievements will shape future directions and community collaborations. The presentation also provides an overview of their new learning guide that distills the experiences and lessons learned from Beacon Communities, such as goal-setting, community engagement, technology investments, and quality measurement. 

Bringing it Home with the PCMH

As patient-centered medical homes continue to offer the promise of improved patient outcomes, innovators are looking for better ways to leverage the medical neighborhood and coordinate care across settings. During this webinar, participants will hear from leading experts about managing chronically ill populations, including the frail elderly, and engage in discussions about the role of home health care in partnership with the PCMH.

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