Building Team Resiliency to Sustain Health Care Transformation

Thursday, September 29, 2016
The Augusta Civic Center
8:00 AM - 3:45 PM
 5 CME Credits Available

 

Maine Quality Counts held it's final Learning Session of 2016 for 175+ primary care teams, Community Care Teams, and patient partners

Learning Objectives:                                                                                                                    

Provide Leaders and Staff teams from Health Homes, Behavioral Health Homes, and Community Care Teams will:

  • Participate in networking and peer sharing opportunities to strengthen integration
  • Learn key competencies to facilitate resiliency within their health care teams
  • Sustain the transformation to patient centered quality care by identifying opportunities to improve data informed workflows

 

To view the Agenda for the day CLICK HERE.


Morning Keynote Speakers:

9:00 am - 10:00 am

Melora Simon, MPH - Stanford Medicine: Clinical Excellence Research Center

John F. Chamberlain, MD - Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics at the University of Rochester School of Medicine

MAINE REACTORS:  Emma J. Ansara, FNP, HealthReach; Richard M. Engel, MD, Maine Medical Partners - Westbrook Internal Medicine

 

Thoughts on Aligning the Best Diabetic Care Between an HH and a BHH:  HbA1c
10:00 am - 10:20 am
 
PRESENTERS: Rhonda C. Selvin, APRN, CNP, Maine Quality Counts; Elsie Freeman, MD, MPH, Maine Quality Counts
 
Learning Objectives:
  • Establish the clinical importance of testing HbA1c levels
  • Identify good practice for HbA1c testing for people living w/diabetes or prescribed 2nd generation antipsychotics
 
 
MORNING BREAKOUT SESSIONS:
10:30 am - 11:45 am
 

A1) Supporting our Leadership:  What do Primary Care Providers Need?

PRESENTERS:  Melora Simon, MPH, Stanford University; Steve Martin, MD, EdM, Barre Family Health Center, University of Massachusetts Medical School; John K. Chamberlain, MD, FAAP, MACP, University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry


A2) Moving to Population Health:  Managing Change within Behavioral Health Home Organizations

PRESENTERS:  Kathy Vezina, RN, MSN, JD, Esq., Daniel Hanley Center for Health Leadership; Jodi Beck, RN, Kennebec Region Health Alliance

 

A3) BHH 101:  What Makes BHH Teams Effective?

PRESENTERS:  Michelle Ayotte, MHRTC, MaineCare; Liz Miller, MPH, Quality Counts; Sam Nolan, MaineCare; UCP Team

A3 PowerPoint Presentation


Handouts:

Behavioral Health Homes 101 Handout
QC BH Learning Collaborateive Webinar Resource
SAMHSA Population Management in BH Handout

 

A4) Better Patient Care through Strong Clinical Support

PRESENTER:  Theresa Knowles, FNP-C, Penobscot Community Health Care

 

Handouts:

CHF Order Set
MA Standing Orders
UDS-Standing Orders
Diabetes Standing Orders
Standing Orders- Comfort Pack Protocol
Standing Orders Influenza - Children
Standing Orders Influenza - Adults
Protocol for Urine Dipstick (Urinalysis)
Protocol for Urine Pregnancy Tests
Medical Assistants Competency Checklist
Medical Assistants Standing Orders - Procedures
Prescription Refill Standing Orders 

 

A5) Lean in:  Workflows that Get Results

PRESENTERS:  Steve Musica, MsEM, Lean Healthcare East; Bob Cameron, BSIT, Lean Healthcare East

 

NETWORKING LUNCH:
12:00 pm - 12:30 pm

Learning Objectives:

  • Participants will develop/strengthen at least one key relationship in their medical neighborhood.


AFTERNOON SESSIONS:


Dancing with Data:  MaineCare Data Focused Learning Collaborative
12:30 pm - 12:50 pm
 
PRESENTER:  Amy Dix, MaineCare
 
Learning Objectives:
  • Identify opportunities for Health Homes and Behavioral Health Homes to be involved in improving HbA1c Testing for MaineCare patients/consumers
  • Understand how to use MaineCare practice-specific data to improve the care of patients/consumers related to HbA1c Testing
 

Working Together in Teams and Community
1:15 pm - 2:30 pm
 
PRESENTERS:  Rhonda Selvin, APRN, CNP, and Practice Facilitators, Maine Quality Counts
 
The Brain Architecture Game 

Learning Objectives:
  • Participants will develop team and community building skills
  • Participants will have a positive experience in taking a complex issue that can be simplified while fostering relationships

Stories From the Field:  Behavioral Health Integration at Work
2:30 pm - 3:30 pm
 
PRESENTERS:  Trip Gardner, MD, Penobscot Community Health Care; Angela Feliccia, MSW, LCSW, Penobscot Community Health Care
 
Stories From the Field Video Presentation
Stories From the Field Audio Only
Afternoon PowerPoint Keynote Presentation

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn strategies to overcome cultural barriers between providers and work effectively on interdisciplinary teams
  • Identify opportunities to improve patient/consumer care through behavioral health integration

 

 

Post Learning Session Event for PCMH Practices

After PCMH: Options for Supporting Primary Care