Title
Category
Credits
Event date
Cost
  • AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
  • ANCC
  • Participation
  • PCMH CCE
$99.00
Geographic and Racial Disparities in Behavioral Health Services in Michigan MedicaidFederal rules require state Medicaid managed care programs to develop a quality strategy that includes a plan to "identify, evaluate, and reduce... health disparities based on age, race, ethnicity, sex, primary language, and disability status." This work may be delegated to managed care entities that might be technically and operationally unprepared to take it on. Without assistance, health care program leaders may have difficulty figuring out where and how to start.
  • Patient-Centered Recognition Programs
  • Participation
$399.00
Kick-Off Session 2021: Redefining the Quality PlaybookThe health care quality landscape is evolving. Over the past year, we have seen unprecedented adversity and innovation, challenging and accelerating patient needs and our systems of care in ways we never thought possible. The drive for quality is even more important as the current climate demands our attention toward reducing health disparities and meeting the needs of vulnerable populations. The pandemic has exacerbated behavioral health issues and substance abuse and addiction.
  • AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
  • ANCC
  • Participation
  • PCMH CCE
$129.00
Bridging the Gaps: Treatment for Opioid Use DisorderThis course examines treatment for opioid use disorder (OUD) from a clinical and research perspective. It will review approved medications and their pharmacology, efficacy and safety. Panelists will discuss these lifesaving medications (currently underutilized), describe characteristics of Medicare beneficiaries with OUD and highlight disparities and gaps in access to medications for treating OUD among underserved Medicare populations.
  • AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
  • ANCC
  • Participation
  • PCMH CCE
$149.00
Distinction in Behavioral Health Integration: Success Stories From Clinicians on the Front LinesBehavioral health continues to be at the forefront of health care, affecting quality of life and health outcomes, and the pandemic's impact has increased the number of patients who could benefit from behavioral health integration in primary care practices.
  • Participation
  • PCMH CCE
$149.00
Be Netflix, Not Blockbuster: Best Practices in Telehealth WorkflowsHealth care providers were hit with an unprecedented challenge in 2020: Enhance--or create--telehealth programs practically overnight to provide care to their communities while reducing unnecessary exposure for patients and staff.
  • Participation
  • PCMH CCE
$149.00
Best Practices for Patient Engagement With TelehealthThis course presents a panel discussion about the telehealth experiences of a provider and patient/patient advocates, from when an appointment is made through the after-visit follow-up. The panel will discuss how telehealth has improved their health care experience and how to overcome obstacles that prevent easy access to care, and will identify strategies for avoiding the glitches that frustrate patients and providers.
  • CCE Other
  • Other Programs
  • Participation
  • PCMH CCE
$149.00
Learning in Action: Implementing a Primary Care Telehealth Response During COVID-19During this course, attendees learn how the Care Transformation Collaborative of Rhode Island (CTC-RI) helped primary care practices respond to telehealth implementation challenges through a three-pronged “learning in action” approach.
  • Participation
  • PCMH CCE
$149.00
Combining Technology and Tents: The Use of Telehealth to Promote Safe Access to Well-Child Care During the COVID-19 PandemicThe COVID-19 pandemic created a need for primary care practices to pivot quickly toward telehealth to improve access to care. This course will include strategies for implementing a phased approach to telehealth, starting with infants and expanding to other age groups, that can serve as a resource for practices initiating or expanding delivery of telehealth.
  • Participation
  • PCMH CCE
$149.00
Staying Connected to Patients in a Pandemic Through TelehealthAs a Federally Qualified Health Center, Greater Portland Health (GPH) provides primary medical, behavioral and dental health services to Greater Portland's most vulnerable residents, including low-income individuals and families, the homeless, immigrant/refugee/asylum-seekers, children, elderly and the under-/uninsured. Its primary goal during the COVID-19 pandemic has been to remain fully operational and continue to support patients while keeping staff safe.
  • Participation
  • PCMH CCE
$149.00
An Equity Approach to People-Centered Virtual Care Policy DesignThis course features USofCare policy and research and community engagement staff, as well as a member of USofCare’s Founder’s Council or Voices of Real Life, sharing their perspective from the community. Panelists will explain their people-centered policy design and showcase findings on barriers that diverse communities face when accessing virtual care, and policy solutions to overcome those barriers.

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