Webinar Date: Tuesday, October 7, 2014 - 8:00am to 9:00am
This webinar provides an introductory overview of the site visit process as outlined by team members from the Oregon Health Authority’s Patient-Centered Primary Care Home (PCPCH) Program. The presentation includes a brief program overview and address topics such as: application to the PCPCH Program, verification documentation, agenda-planning, visit content, and post-visit follow-up and support.
Participants also hear from a certified PCPCH recognized practice about what happens before, during and after an actual site visit.
We hope that this webinar provides answers to questions clinics have about site visits, and equips them with the information necessary to feel prepared for a site visit.
Webinar participants will:
- Gain an understanding of the core attributes and basic structure of the PCPCH Program
- Become familiar with the three phases of the site visit process (before, during, and after)
- Learn about their role in the site visit process
Evan Saulino, M.D., PhD
Clinical Transformation Consultant
Dr. Saulino is a family physician in Portland, Oregon, at a "safety-net" residency teaching clinic, where approximately half of his patients have private insurance, and half receive Medicaid or are uninsured. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of California - San Diego, and his medical degree and PhD in Microbiology from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. In addition to seeing patients in the clinic, he works on a variety of health policy, advocacy, and communications issues with groups such as the Oregon Academy of Family Physicians, as well as with legislators in Oregon and nationally. Through his position at the Providence Center for Outcomes Research and Education (CORE), Dr. Saulino acts as the clinical advisor for the PCPCH program, working to bridge the gap between policy and practice.
Practice Enhancement Specialist
Chris has worked in health care since 1998. His roles have included: delivering direct patient care as an LPN and EMT in family medicine, urgent care, emergency medicine, outpatient surgery, and medical-surgical-oncology units; EPIC analyst for oncology and ambulatory clinics; quality improvement coordination; and clinic manager positions. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management, and a Master of Public Administration. As Practice Enhancement Specialist, Chris participates in site visits and provides support to help clinics meet PCPCH standards and improve patient care.
Raised in SW Washington, Meg recently returned back to the NW after working in Boston with the Informed Medical Decisions Foundation implementing evidence-based practice tools in primary and specialty care practices across the country. Meg has clinical experience in emergency medicine, primary and specialty care first as a medical assistant, then as a nationally registered paramedic and instructor, along with experience in clinical data management and implementation of evidence-based best practices. Meg is also a certified decision support health coach and is very happy to be working with innovative practices in Oregon and around the NW.
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