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Join the Interprofessional Primary Care Institute for the Virtual Interprofessional Solutions for Adolescent Suicide event on August 15, 2020 from 8:30 am - 3:30 pm
Join the Interprofessional Primary Care Institute for the Virtual session - Professional Solutions: Behavioral Health Clinician Essentials on August 10 - 14, 2020 - Daily 8:30 am to 12:20 pm
Join the Interprofessional Primary Care Institute for the Virtual Learning Sessions - Interprofessional Solutions: High-Impact Chronic Pain on July 18, 2020 | 8:30 am - 3:30 pm
We are discontinuing the TA Network Online Community. Our license for the platform will be ending on Friday, June 26. The TA Network Online Community began back in 2012 as a resource of the Patient-Centered Primary Care Institute and sought to connect practice transformation agents across the state of Oregon to each other. Through the Online Community, you have shared your successes and barriers, and provided support to each other in a wide range of transformation efforts. For that and so much more, we thank you. We value each and every of you as colleagues and look forward to future opportunities to learn and collaborate together.
In Oregon, the Comagine Health team led the Improving Behavioral Health Screenings for Older Adults initative, and partnered with stakeholders across Oregon, and other states, to produce beneficial resources and information for successfully and sustainably integrating behavioral health in primary care settings. This work led to a series of important webinars and tools Comagine continues to share, despite the end of this initiative's work.
Join George Fox University for this unique, two-part virtual learning event! May 9, 2020 - 8:30 am to 3:30 pm
This curriculum was developed as a resource for quality improvement staff and trainers who support adoption, implementation and maintenance of clinical processes—especially those related to hypertension. The focus of this cirriculum is to prepare trainers to work with staff to develop policies and procedures for identifying undiagnosed or masked hypertension.
The Interprofessional Primary Care Institute presents -
Interprofessional Solutions for Treating Depression in Primary Care
January 18, 2020
George Fox University; Newberg, Oregon; Hoover Building
The Interprofessional Primary Care Institute provides interprofessional learning experiences to inspire innovation in primary care. Join us for two sessions:
The First Consultation for Depression in Primary Care: “Talk First, Prescribe Later & Diagnose Rarely”
The Interprofessional Primary Care Institute presents -
Advancing the Work of Behavioral Health Clinicians in Primary Care: Focused Acceptance & Commitment Theory & Practice
January 16-17, 2020
George Fox University; Newberg, Oregon
Primary care clinics are integrating BHCs as essential primary care team members. As an emerging primary care role, BHCs often need additional training & a new practice community. Becoming a Behavioral Health Clinician (BHC) to Advance Primary Care training from the Interprofessional Primary Care Institute - A Community Program of George Fox University is a 3-day intensive event designed for BHCs to help address this need.
Oregon AHEC invites practicing health professionals, health care administrators, health profession students, and all those interested to attend the first Oregon AHEC Opioid Symposium.
Watch this recorded webinar to hear from panelists representing a rural clinic, a large health system, a network of FQHCs, and a community mental health clinic about how they have implemented billing and other approaches for integrated behavioral health, and their reasons for implementing certain aspects over others.
Integrated behavioral health is part of many programs and models for robust primary care, including Comprehensive Primary Care Plus (CPC+), the Oregon Patient-Centered Primary Care Home (PCPCH) program, national medical home models and more. Many practices struggle to financially sustain these integrated models. HealthInsight has joined members of the Integrated Primary Care Leadership Collaborative to host a webinar to learn from professionals working in different integrated behavioral health settings who have adopted successful strategies for sustaining these integrated models.
A recommended set of measures to assess integrated care outcomes, developed by the Integrated Behavioral Health Alliance (IBHA), a multi-stakeholder workgroup of healthcare payers, providers and policy developers. IBHA encourages the lens of health equity to be applied when utilizing these measures.
Practice Coaching for Primary Care Transformation (PCPCT) Training is a multi-faceted training program designed for leaders at all levels who have a formal or informal coaching role in primary care transformation efforts. The course is an orientation to, and comprehensive review of, the science of change in primary care practice and equips participants with practical tools and coaching skills necessary to engage and support teams as they evolve into high performing Patient-Centered Medical Homes.
Does your primary care clinic struggle with billing for integrated behavioral health services? To address this need, behavioral health leaders, including providers and billing experts, have worked to produce a Coding Guidelines tool to share optimal billing practices for Medicaid and Medicare. Join these experts to review the tool and discuss how practices in Oregon have developed processes to bill for these services.
Presented by the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children's Health, this webinar will discuss meaningful systems changes to support children and youth with complex medical conditions.
Presented by the National Center for Medical Home Implementation and the Association of Maternal and Child Health Programs, this recorded webinar provides Maternal and Child Health Title V/Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs programs, family leaders, pediatric clinicians, and others with tools and resources to plan a quality improvement project to engage families and enhance family-centeredness in pediatric health care. View the webinar and download the slides here.
Created by a partnership between Boston Children's Hospital and the NCMHI, the 2017 Care Coordination Measurement Tool© helps practices, pediatric clinicians, and other organizations quantify care coordination activities. For use with the Adaptation and Implementation Guide, which provides step-by-step instructions on how to use the tool in diverse clinical and nonclinical settings.