2017 CTC-RI Annual Learning Collaborative

  • 11 Oct 2017

Join us for the 2017 CTC-RI Annual Learning Collaborative:
Primary Care Works: Effective Strategies to Improve Population Health and Patient Activation
Tuesday, November 7, 2017 | 7:30 am–3:30 pm
The Crowne Plaza Hotel | 801 Greenwich Ave., Warwick, RI 02886

Program Description
Primary care practices often face challenges in identifying how to best meet patient needs with limited resources and information. This learning collaborative is designed to assist primary care practices with using practical and evidence based approaches to improve health outcomes through better utilization of team based care and patient activation strategies.
Key components of the morning session include sessions built around using team based care to effectively assist patients and families with improving health outcomes. The afternoon sessions will focus on obtaining and using information to improve population health though effective use of medical record software and Rhode Island All Payer Claims Data Base reports and health plan supports. Strategies on improving population health, patient activation, and obtaining/using information to improve performance will be conveyed.

Target Audience
All primary care team members from CTC-RI and TCPi practices are welcomed to attend the morning session, or the afternoon session, or the full day program. We invite Practice Leadership, Providers, Nurse Care Managers, Practice Managers, Medical Assistants, Community Health Workers, and CTC stakeholders to come learn as a team!

Learning Objectives
At the end of the session, attendees will be able to identify strategies the primary care team can use for:
Improving population health and patient activation
Obtaining and utilizing information (such as social determinants of health and cost of care) to improve population health outcomes

Registration Information
The agenda is designed to accommodate attendees work schedule and interests. The morning session has a Clinical focus on improving population health using a team based approach; the afternoon session focus is on obtaining and using information for performance improvement. Attendees may choose to register for:  Morning only (7:30-12:30), Afternoon only, or Full Day program.

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