Medical Home: Prime Your Organization for Launch
Join HealthLeaders Media to gain tips and tools on assessing and building a medical home.
You’ll leave this live webcast with strategies to:
- Determine if your organization is ready to pursue a medical home model
- Transition toward implementing a medical home model
- Identify gaps between your organization’s current state and the PCMH
- Present results from a medical home transition to participants
A tailored roundtable-style interview and discussion, guided by pre-submitted audience questions
- Assessment prior to creation of medical home
- Organizational goals and structure
- Assessment of current staffing and workflow
- Gap analysis
- Steps in the transition process
- Individualized transition road map
- ID measures of success, baseline, and goals
- Training staff and providers to work in teams
- Creating buy-in from staff
- Using staff to highest level of licensure
- Where to begin
- Future state of medical home
- Integration with ACO model and other P4P programs
- Live Q&A (Customize this webcast to your needs! Pre-submit speaker questions.)
Kristen Kay Brown, MD, Westshore Family Medicine, Muskegon
During Brown’s work at Westshore Family Medicine (WSFM), she has participated in the National Demonstration Project (TransforMed) through the AAFP, as well as several research projects through Practice Partners Research Network. Brown is board-certified in family medicine. She graduated with her medical degree from Michigan State’s College of Human Medicine in 1998 and completed her residency training at St. Mary’s Family Medicine Residency.
Steven J. Kravet, MD, MBA, FACP, President, Johns Hopkins Community PhysiciansKravet heads the largest primary care group in Maryland, Johns Hopkins Community Physicians, a network of suburban community practices that serves more than 800,000 patients annually at more than 30 locations throughout the state. He is also an associate professor of medicine at Johns Hopkins University. He has spent 17 years at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, providing strong leadership in a wide variety of community health services. As a member of the faculty in the Division of General Internal Medicine, he has obtained invaluable insights into the practical realities of primary care. The American College of Physicians has used Kravet’s research on primary care processes to formulate plans for redesigning healthcare practices.
WHO IS ATTENDING?
CEOs, CFOs, COOs, CMOs, VPs Finance, Group Practice Administrators
WEBCAST SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
To fully benefit from the Webcast experience, you will need a computer equipped with a Broadband Internet connection, a sound card, and speakers or headphones. Macromedia Flash player Version 8.0 or greater, a recommended screen resolution of 1024 x 768, and an Internet Browser (e.g. Internet Explorer). The use of AOL or wireless Internet connections is not recommended.
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