Guidance for Primary Care Sites

Adapting to a new assessment tool can be incredibly time consuming for busy providers and clinic staff. The WA-ICA team has developed a range of support materials adapted to different learning styles to help prepare your care team in the transition to this new assessment.

WA-ICA for Primary Care Sites

Copy of the assessment tool WA-ICA for Primary Care sites

WA-ICA Cohort 1 Statewide Results for Primary Care

Data collection for Cohort 1 participants occurred in July and August of 2022 with 79 primary care practice participants.

View the statewide results from Cohort 1 primary care sites. 

Assessment Tool Worksheet

This word document includes all questions on the WA-ICA for Primary Care sites. We encourage your site lead to complete the document after gathering care team feedback, in preparation for officially submitting your responses online.

Submission Portal

Primary care submission portal: 

The deadline to submit your assessment is August 22 by 11:59pm. Only online submissions via the online portal will be accepted. If you are submitting for multiple sites please enter each site's responses separately by starting a fresh submission for each one. 


Find answers to frequently asked questions about the WA-ICA. This document will be updated periodically as new questions surface during the rollout.


Implementation Guide

A written guide that explains how your care team should approach the WA-ICA. Includes detailed interpretations and real-life clinical examples of the different levels of each sub-domain.

Implementation Guide for Primary Care Sites

Tutorial video on how to navigate the domains and sub-domains

In this 40-minute tutorial, the creator of the tool, Dr. Henry Chung, walks you through the primary care tool and provides practical advice for how to interpret each level of the sub-domains so you can apply the tool to your site.



Introductory Webinar

Click the video at right to watch the training webinar with Primary Care Practices held June 16, 2022. Slides are available here.


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