Institute Learning Collaboratives bring practices together for face-to-face learning sessions and individualized coaching from technical assistance experts.
About the Learning Collaboratives
The Learning Collaboratives incorporate multiple learning methods to maximize opportunities for practices to learn from each other and from technical experts in topic areas aligned with Oregon Health Authority's Patient-Centered Primary Care Home (PCPCH) program standards. The Collaboratives include:
- Face-to-face learning sessions
- Work between sessions via phone and web
- Individualized practice facilitation ("coaching")
Participating practices are expected to demonstrate their success in the Collaborative by setting and working towards two self-selected goals, as well as applying for and achieving PCPCH recognition, or maintaining or advancing their current PCPCH tier within one year.
Twenty-four Oregon practices have been chosen to participate in four Learning Collaboratives taking place from June 2014 - May 2015. The practices will receive in-person training, technical assistance and practice coaching to support adoption of the Oregon Health Authority's Patient-Centered Primary Care Home (PCPCH) program standards. Additionally, 15 clinics that participated in the 2013 Learning Collaboratives have signed on to receive one additional year of practice facilitation to continue planning and implementing PCPCH and related QI efforts. Learn more about the Collaboratives being offered in 2014.
Twenty-five practices from throughout Oregon were selected to participate in the 2013 Learning Collaboratives. The practices were divided into four groups and each assigned a technical assistance expert, and then attended in-person learning sessions and received individualized practice coaching to help meet their goals. Read more about the 2013 Learning Collaboratives and participating practice experiences.