Join PCPCH program staff for this in-depth technical assistance webinar on implementing four of the most transformative measures in the PCPCH model. PCPCH program staff will share best practices they have learned from visiting 5 STAR designated clinics across the state. Featured measures include:
This is a tool kit to help clinicians address the interoperability of EHRs, to improve their workflows, and to close more referrals. The tool kit provides practical guidance on measures, how to create an improvement plan, sample care compacts, satisfaction surveys, and more.
Scroll to the bottom of the page and click on "tool kit" then enter your information to download the document.
The webinar is useful for patient-centered primary care homes, staff with CCO’s who are focused on the developmental screening metric, and Early Learning Hub staff focused on enhanced collaboration with primary care practices who are conducting developmental screening to ensure follow-up.
Identifying, accessing and coordinating services that benefit an individual child or youth with special health care needs is a difficult but necessary part of good quality health care. The best means of guiding and documenting these efforts is an individualized and comprehensive plan of care. This report, and its accompanying implementation guide, recommend core content of a comprehensive and integrated plan, and outline the steps necessary to achieve it.
The PMCA was developed by a team at Seattle Children's and validated by Center of Excellence on Quality of Care Measures for Children with Complex Needs (COE4CCN) efforts as a way to target and allocate care coordination resources.
There is both an excel file version and a SAS file version.
Join us for an interactive webinar focusing on referral tracking and cooperation/relationship building between primary care clinics and specialists, social services, dental, and other community health partners.