2016 TA Network Session

Each year the Patient-Centered Primary Care Institute hosts a networking and learning event for members of our Techinical Assistance Learning Network. The network consists of primary care professionals who support primary care practices as they work to meet their transformation goals. This year, 65 members of the Technical Assistance Learning network convened on June 9 to swap ideas and tools through structured networking and peer led learning. TA Network members led  eleven (11) different breakout sessions on a variety of topics (see titles below). Additionally, this year's event included a panel discussion on the role of practice coaches and facilitators from different organizational perspectives.


2016 Breakout Sessions

  • Empathy Mapping - By Akira Templeton
  • PCPCH- What's New? - By Evan Saulino, M.D. and Chris Carrera
  • Building Consensus - By Maranda Gaspar and Elicia Miller
  • Creatively Engage Comple Change Using Mind Mapping - By Ann Romer
  • Getting Everyone Involved - By Faith Tuttle
  • Data for Action: Total Cost of Care Reports - By Meredith Roberts-Tomasi
  • Difficult Conversations: Opioids - By Andrew Huff and Marcelle Thurston
  • Prepare Your Team: Value-Based Payment - By Barbara Wall
  • Worst Case Scenario: 85% of your Providers Leave!- by David Gilmore and Anna Huber
  • Chutes and Ladders: Implementiong Care Management & Care Coordination - By Natosha Wilsey & Charmian Casteel
  • Patient Centered New Patient Process: A Case Study - By David Gilmore


2016 Practice Coaching & Facilitation Panel Discussion Leads




Additional information and materials from the 2016 TA Learning Network Event can be found on the Technical Assistance Online Community forum. For access to the online community please contact us at info@pcpci.org