Resilient Primary Care
The recent public health emergency confirmed that high quality, patient-centered primary care is the essential core of an effective, efficient health system. In this series, CQC will support primary care practices to build and strengthen internal capacity through facilitating peer learning and spotlighting successful practices, covering topics relevant to both the foundation of high-performing primary care and health care innovations that will bolster practices as they adapt for the future.
CalHIVE/Resilient Primary Care: Strengthening Your Telehealth Strategy – 01/28/21
In this webinar, we were joined by David Ford of the California Medical Association as presenters shared a framework to strategically plan around telehealth and virtual care. We also heard examples from provider organizations about their learnings and successes with telehealth and shared resources and strategies as we continue to integrate virtual care. Access the presentation or watch the webinar here.
CMA & CQC Joint Webinar – Lessons from the Field: Post-Telehealth Implementation – 11/12/2020
During this special, joint webinar with the California Medical Association (CMA), attendees heard from clinician speakers from small and mid-sized physician practices who offered technology, workflow, and documentation improvements tested and adopted in virtual and hybrid care settings. Presenters shared solutions and challenges in telehealth implementation as well as expansion in small physician practices. Click here to view the webinar or here to view the slide deck (free; registration on CMA website required).
Primary & Maternity Care Integration – 10/22/2020
We learned what primary care practices can do to improve the health of pregnant individuals. Joined by Amy Romano of Primary Maternity Care and Dr Pooja Mehta of Cityblock, we heard what the definition and characteristics of primary maternity care are, lessons learned from implementing programs that support healthy pregnancies and birth, as well as operational perspective on building a maternity value-based payment model.
DatesBegins: January 28, 2021
Ends: January 28, 2021