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Population Health for Front-Line Providers: A Data Driven Approach

Population Health for Front-Line Providers: A Data Driven Approach

In the webinar, Population Health for Front-Line Providers: A Data Driven Approach, Jeff Hummel, MD, MPH and Hub coach, Carolyn Brill, CPHIMS, CHP discuss population health management for a provider audience. This data driven approach includes case examples of depression in people with diabetes and efforts to improve their clinical outcomes. This webinar will explore:

Value-Based Payment Practice Transformation Planning Guide

Value-Based Payment Practice Transformation Planning Guide

The Value-Based Payment, VBP, Planning Guide is designed to assist your organization in pacing the needed changes, gaining buy-in and building needed infrastructure in order to promote a systematic approach toward transformation. The Planning Guide aims to support your organization in: 1. Mobilizing personnel needed to guide and support practice transformation; 2. Identifying key performance measures, establishing baselines, and collecting data to track progress over time; and 3.

Clinical Data Repository (CDR) Application for Behavioral Health Providers

Clinical Data Repository (CDR) Application for Behavioral Health Providers

October 2018 -- Behavioral health providers contracted with Medicaid can now access OneHealthPort, Washington state’s Provider Data Service and Health Information Exchange (HIE) system, for a more comprehensive view of a client’s engagement in care.

Washington HealthCareCompare

Washington HealthCareCompare

The website and database were created by legislation passed in 2015 (RCW 43.371) as a push from Governor Inslee to increase price transparency and public accountability. The website allows consumers to search for price of over 100 procedures and treatments and quality of providers and hospitals. The Washington State Common Measure Set results are also produced on the site for ACH and by insurance coverage. 

Pharmacists in Whole Person Care

Dr. Andrea Corona will describe the scope and role of a pharmacist working in integrated settings in Washington State, and the key steps to utilize the pharmacist role in whole person care, and considerations for optimizing this role in practice.

 

Primary Care and Behavioral Health Referral Agreement Template

The Primary Care and Behavioral Health Referral Agreement Template is a framework to  draft referral agreements with integrated care partners. This is a listing of issues that may arise in referral arrangements in a template format, and should be customized for an individual practice/agency's needs.  Communication will be needed between the behavioral health and primary care partners to adapt this template to their preferences and requirements. Additional instructions are contained within.

Key Considerations for Implementing Telepsychiatry Services

Telepsychiatry is a topic of interest to many primary care providers in rural communities. This guide is meant to provide primary care providers with an overview of key considerations for telepsychiatry services, including questions to consider for a practice’s unique needs.

Case Example: Seattle Indian Health Board

In early 2016, Seattle Indian Health Board (SIHB) engaged a behavioral health specialist, and embedded him in the primary care clinic. The behavioral health specialist is available to SIHB clients at any point of service entry such as dental care, diabetes management, veterans’ family care, domestic violence. Clients are given a health history when enrolling in any of SIHB’s programs, regardless of the type of service.

Neighborcare Health COMPASS Toolkit

In association with Community Health Plan of Washington, Neighborcare Health has instituted the COMPASS (Care of Mental, Physical and SubstanceUse Syndromes) program, a team-based model designed to improve the care of patients with depression and diabetes and/or cardiovascular disease.