- Practice Improvement Program
Practice Improvement Program
Education, training, and supports will be available through two “streams” of administrative and clinical education and in-practice coaching. The Practice Improvement Program will provide physicians with professional support (e.g., through a practice improvement consultant) who may work with physicians on practice efficiency needs, reducing wait times, building team-based skills, implementing guideline-based care, etc. In addition, practice support will be available to help physicians take advantage of integrating new fee codes into their practice workflow.
- Professional support (e.g. through practice consultants) to improve practice efficiency, reduce wait times, build team-based skills, implement guideline-based care, etc.
- Provides innovative supports (advisor) to help ensure fee code adjustments/conditions successfully followed as well as respond to needs identified by Family Practice Networks
- Two “streams” of education and in-practice coaching.
- A clinical stream will consist of modules targeted to specific clinical care areas (e.g. diabetes comprehensive care, mental health care)
- An administrative stream will focus on optimal clinic work flow and efficiencies for enhanced patient care.
- During physician consultations, you told us your priority areas for Practice Improvement. These include: practice management and access improvement, chronic disease management education and support, collaborative team-based care, care of older adults and the frail elderly, mental health, the essentials of starting a practice, and the list goes on.
- We are working on developing a program that will start addressing some of these areas in 2018.
- Expect significant activity this year, and stay tuned for details!