What does it take to create health and wellness for individuals with a chronic condition? How can primary and ambulatory care practices have a key role in self-management support? This webinar explores implementation of effective self-management programs. Best practices from the perspective of a patient with a chronic condition are shared.
• Describe self-management support as an approach for improving care for individuals with chronic conditions and their families;
• Discuss available resources for facilitating the integration of self-management support into primary care practices; and
• Identify strategies for partnering with patients and families to redesign and improve primary care to facilitate the implementation of self-management support.
Mary Minniti, CPHQ, is the Senior Policy and Program Specialist at the Institute for Patient- and Family-Centered Care (IPFCC). She provides onsite training and technical assistance to health care organizations, develops publications and resources, and serves as faculty for IPFCC’s seminars and conferences.
Over the past 20 years, she has found meaningful ways to transform the health care experience in partnership with patient and family advisors and clinical improvement teams. She served as the Quality Director for a multi-specialty practice and supported transformational changes including piloting new care models including patient-centered medical home implementations and community wide collaboration to improve chronic care management. Her passion is bringing patients and family members into conversations about health care transformation because of the positive and powerful impact it creates for all involved.
Bryant Campbell has been a Patient and Family Advisor for over five years at Providence Medical Group in Portland, Oregon. He has helped develop patient-centered medical home processes, procedures, and animated media communications. Bryant has a chronic condition that requires ongoing self-management in order to maintain and enhance his wellness. He understands the important role that his health care team, family, and community play in supporting his health goals.
He has presented the patient experience at several conferences, webinars, and forums. He was featured on the State of Oregon Health Authority's website for his involvement in this work. Currently, Bryant serves on both Providence's Executive Patient and Family Advisory Council and his local outpatient clinic’s council. He has been instrumental in positively influencing change and transformation in health care across these settings.
Who Should Attend:
• Patient and family advisors/leaders
• Administrative and clinical leaders
• Physicians, nurses, and other staff
• Care coordinators and behavioral health staff
• Practice managers responsible for implementation of best practices such as TCPI or CPC+ sites
• Practice Transformation Network personnel
• Staff educators
• Coordinators responsible for implementing patient- and family-centered initiatives
• Patient experience/patient relations personnel
• Quality improvement personnel
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