September 2016

"One Ring-a-dingy:" Small, Rural Practices' Response to Meeting PCPCH Must Pass Standard 1.C.0

Blog - September 6, 2016
Jill Boyd, MPH, CCRP

Not only did Sherman County Medical Clinic's District Administrator, Caitlin Blagg, worry about meeting Must Pass Measure 1.C.0, which states that PCPCHs must “provide continuous access to clinical advice by telephone” for Patient Centered Primary Care Home (PCPCH) recognition, she was also concerned about how meeting this measure would impact her already busy single provider and staff.

Let's Talk About Change Management!

Blog - September 15, 2016
Jennifer Hendrickson

What do people really mean when they talk about Change Management?  If you search “change management,” you will come up with as many as 70,700,000 results, which is a lot to sort through! Let’s start by broadly defining Organizational and Individual Change Management. 

Check Out the New Behavioral Health Integration Resource Library

Blog - September 20, 2016
Natalya Seibel

In late September the Patient-Centered Primary Care Institute, in partnership with the Oregon Health Authority’s Transformation Center, is launching a library of behavioral health integration resources - including virtual clinic visits, topical videos and webinars, toolkits, screeners, checklists, and more - to support integrated care implementation and quality improvement.

"One Ring-a-dingy:" Small, Rural Practices' Response to Meeting PCPCH Must Pass Standard 1.C.0

Blog - September 30, 2016
Jill Boyd, MPH, CCRP

Not only did Sherman County Medical Clinic's District Administrator, Caitlin Blagg, worry about meeting Must Pass Measure 1.C.0, which states that PCPCHs must “provide continuous access to clinical advice by telephone” for Patient Centered Primary Care Home (PCPCH) recognition, she was also concerned about how meeting this measure would impact her already busy single provider and staff.