On August 20, 2015, the Institute hosted a networking event for 70 primary care professionals who support primary care practices as they work to meet their transformation goals. This year, the event focused on networking, collaboration, connecting and information sharing. During the event, participants had the opportunity to network with a variety of organizations from across the state. They worked in groups to discuss strategies for assessing clinic readiness for transformation and new change management and team building techinques. They also spent time learning how to identify opportunities and methods to communicate the practice experience to supportive outside organizations, policymakers and one another.
2015 Breakout Sessions
- Using the Six Thinking Hats Techinique to Brainstorm Ideas & Solutions - By Krista Collins
- Thinking Outside the box: Non-traditional Approaches to Standard Operating Procedures - By Akira Templeton
- PCPCH Site Visit Confidential - By Meg Bowen & Chris Carrera
- Creatively Engage Comple Change Using Mind Mapping - By Ann Romer
- Bringing Out Your Inner Superhero: Simple tools and tips for rural practices to solve problems and navigate the PCPCH/CCO world...and save the day! - By Jill Boyd
- Using Appreciative Inquiry to Support New or Tired Teams - By Sharon Black
- Chutes and Ladders: Implementiong Care Management & Care Coordination - By Natosha Wilsey & Charmian Casteel
- Patient Centered New Patient Process: A Case Study - By David Gilmore
Additional information and materials from the 2015 TA Learning Network Event can be found on the Technical Assistance Online Community forum, a private online community comprised of individuals who support primary care practice transformation. For access to the online community please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.