Primary care homes work diligently to create an administrative framework and work flow for implementing care plans. The Institute’s January 2013 webinar was on that very topic. This article is about a mother and the care plan she developed for her son, including his medical care and more.
The Patient-Centered Primary Care Institute has selected 25 practices from across Oregon to participate in its first Learning Collaborative, running from January 2013–October 2013. The Learning Collaborative will incorporate multiple learning methods to maximize opportunities for the selected practices to learn from each other and from technical experts in topic areas aligned with PCPCH Standards.
Kirchoff to lead programs to improve the quality and affordability of healthcare in Oregon, including new Patient-Centered Primary Care Institute (PCPCI).
Applications to participate in the Institute Learning Collaborative are now closed. Practices will be selected and announced in December 2012. If you're interested in being informed when new training opportunities arise, please sign-up for our newsletter.