Join us on Tuesday, July 29th at 8am for a webinar on Collaborating for Health: Motivational Interviewing in Primary Care.
Presented by Ariel Singer, MPH of the Oregon Primary Care Association, participants will receive an introduction to the core concepts of motivational interviewing as a way to partner with patients to improve self-management of illness and wellness.
We will also hear from a family practice physician about integrating this patient-centered communication style into her patient interactions.
With the launch of our blog and elimination of the 'Email Updates' section of our website, all newsletters from January-June 2014 are available as attachments to this blog entry. Moving forward, newsletters will be attached to blog posts as they are released.
You can also access archived 2013 newsletters on our website.
With the launch of our blog, a few other changes were made to our website, specifically to our navigation menu. For example, the 'Email Updates' section has been eliminated, which used to house all of the archived newsletters. Moving forward, all newsletters will be posted on our blog as they are released and will be stored in this way.
All of our newsletters from 2013 are attached to this blog entry for your reference. They include newsletters from January, April, June, August, September, October, November and December 2013.
The Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative has launched an online mapping tool that captures the nearly 500 public and private patient-centered medical home (PCMH) initiatives taking place nationwide.
The Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative (PCPCC), in partnership with HealthTeamWorks and the Colorado Academy of Family Physicians, will be hosting the first-ever 2014 Western Regional Conference on June 9-10 in Denver, CO. For more information and to register for the conference, visit the PCPCC website>>>
Beginning on August 14, the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) will be hosting a five session Web&ACTION online program designed to help primary care practices implement integrated behavioral health care in their clinics. Enrollment costs $750 per web/phone connection.
The agenda for this interactive conference on behavioral health integration hosted by CCO Oregon and other healthcare stakeholders has been finalized. The event will take place in Bend on June 13th.