Webinar Date: Wednesday, October 22, 2014 - 8:00am
Primary care medical home teams thrive on good communication. Daily scrubbing of patient charts and team huddles are two activities that close gaps in care, improve the efficiency of clinic teams, and encourage staff to work at the top of their license. Scrubbing the chart before a patient visit proactively alerts the clinical team to gaps in care that could be addressed during the visit. Brief team huddles help staff get on the same page about patient care needs for the day.
This webinar addresses what it means to scrub and huddle, offer suggestions for launching these processes in your clinic, and explain how scrubbing and huddling relate to PCPCH standards. Break out your cleaning brushes and let the scrubbing begin!
Webinar participants will:
Have an increased understanding of scrub and huddle processes and how these activities improve patient care
Come away with ideas for integrating scrubbing and huddling into your current work
Understand how scrub and huddle processes relate to PCPCH standards
Casey Grabenstein, RN, MSN
Senior Primary Care Innovation Specialist
Casey brings a background in clinical nursing and process improvement to primary care medical home development. She is a lead trainer for CareOregon PC3 collaboratives and practice support. Casey leads medical home initiatives within Multnomah County Health Department and has been a training facilitator for the Patient-Centered Primary Care Institute and Building Blocks of Patient-Centered Primary Care trainings.
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