Clinicians are often the first to see the contributors to and consequences of poor health behaviors. Thinking of ways to help our communities address these issues can be of great importance and contribute to a sense of meaning within the community.
This webinar is designed to help educate physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and other healthcare clinicians about mindfulness skills and resources available to them to deal with professional and personal changes in the workplace, their changing clinical roles, and the potential for burnout. This is an experiential webinar offering participants first-hand practice with stress reduction strategies.
Join us for a webinar that is designed to help educate healthcare leadership, organizations and clinicians about coping skills and other resources available to deal with professional and personal changes in the workplace, changing clinical roles, and the potential for burnout.
Shared Decision Making (SDM) is a collaborative process that allows the patient and provider to make important health care decisions together. During this presentation you’ll learn some valuable lessons from the field, how to choose the most appropriate SDM topics for your clinic, how to integrate patient decision support tools and the process of SDM into routine workflows, learn about training resources for providers and staff, and where to go to get additional resources.
When patients are diagnosed with a chronic disease, health professionals often provide initial health education and have little capacity for further support. Ongoing support and reinforcement of self-care skills can be provided by community-based resources including evidence-based self-management workshops. This webinar will discuss the process of patient referral to self-management programs as an important element of care coordination which can improve patient satisfaction, engagement, and health outcomes, and will discuss ways to integrate referrals into clinic workflow.
There are over 600 Oregon primary care clinics recognized as a Patient-Centered Primary Care Home (PCPCH). Chances are you work in, or collaborate with, one of these clinics in some capacity. Get the inside scoop on what's changing in the PCPCH Program, including new standards for attestation in 2017.
Looking to learn more about how CPC+ will work to “dramatically improve the infrastructure of primary care clinics”? Moderators from Care Management Plus and the Oregon Rural Practice-based Research Network will field questions from Oregon practices interested in participating in CPC+.