Leaders' Guide to Primary Care

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Primary care redesign is key to improving outcomes and reducing costs. These resources offer proven strategies for boosting PC performance.

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As the industry focus shifts to prevention, care of chronic illness, and population health, primary care will play a pivotal role.

The Leaders' Guide to Primary Care compiles peer-tested best practices for innovating practice design, improving outcomes and costs, and driving efficiency—beginning with the PCP.

Titles in the collection include:

  • REPORT - The New Primary Care Model: A Patient-Centered Approach to Care Coordination
  • WEBCAST - Patient-Centered Care Transitions for Better Quality, Costs, and Readmissions
  • SIMULCAST - HealthLeaders Media LIVE From Intermountain: Primary Care-Mental Health Integration
  • WEBCAST - Physician-Led Population Health Programs: New Skills for Success

The New Primary Care Model: A Patient-Centered Approach to Care Coordination

Primary care redesign is key to improving outcomes and reducing costs. Experts agree on the goals—increased collaboration, a team approach, and greater patient responsibility—but how do you achieve them? This report explores how to marshal scarce resources in the shift to a risk-sharing outcomes-based model while keeping patients at the center.


You’ll learn answers to key strategic questions:

  • How has Atlantic ACO incentivized physician engagement in primary care redesign by offering its physicians advance payments on future Medicare Shared Savings Program awards?
  • What do healthcare leaders deem the greatest barriers to primary care redesign—and how will they address them?
  • How has the use of embedded case managers coordinating care at Taconic IPA reduced 30-day readmissions?
  • Primary care transformation requires concurrent work on many fronts—which aspects of primary care delivery should be addressed first, and why?
  • How did Oregon Health & Science University lower hospitalization rates and improve clinic throughput by colocating primary care and behavioral health providers?
  • Which physician compensation measures are preferred overwhelmingly in primary care redesign efforts?
  • Which patient engagement tactics are best—today and in the future—at supporting primary care redesign?
  • How and when are providers reaching beyond their known partners to coordinate care for primary care redesign?

 

Patient-Centered Care Transitions for Better Quality, Costs, and Readmissions

Quality and care experts from Sarasota Memorial Health Care System and Griffin Hospital examine the increased focus on care transitions as healthcare organizations prepare for value-based care. They also review real-life case studies to expose the challenges faced when making the transition and how to implement solutions.


At the conclusion of this webcast, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the key components of a transitional care program
  • Identify your organization’s weak spots in transitions of care
  • Develop strategies for implementing transitions across health care providers and organizations

 

 

HealthLeaders Media LIVE From Intermountain: Primary Care-Mental Health Integration

See how Intermountain Healthcare redesigned its primary care model, integrating mental health services to improve outcomes and efficiency and cut costs.

During this webcast, listeners will:

  • Discover how the integration of primary care and mental health can drive down costs and improve population health.
  • Learn how to assign different types of mental health professionals throughout a system to ensure effective patient coverage and care coordination.
  • Find out how to embed mental health integration tools into a systemwide EHR to enable consistent patient assessments and to improve communication and measurability.
  • Learn how a well-designed care process model has streamlined workflow and improved care outcomes for Intermountain Healthcare providers.

 

 

Physician-Led Population Health Programs: New Skills for Success

 

Join leaders from the Jefferson School of Population Health and CHE Trinity Health as they define new expectations for population health management and outline the leadership skills  necessary for physicians to direct a successful program.

At the conclusion of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Explain why physicians are best-suited to lead population health programs
  • Identify the leadership skills necessary for effective population health management and primary care redesign
  • Communicate effective approaches for physician leadership training
  • Identify the top barriers to the  success of your organization’s population health management model