12-381 217 UW TelePain

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UW TelePain
A service for community-practice providers to increase
knowledge and skills in chronic pain management
UW TelePain sessions are collegial, audio/video-based
conferences that include:
1. Didactic presentations from the UW Pain Medicine curriculum for primary care providers.
2. Case presentations from community clinicians.
3. Interactive consultations for
providers with a multi-disciplinary
panel of specialists.
4. Education in use of guideline-recommended measurement-based clinical tools to improve diagnosis and treatment effectiveness.
5. Follow-up case presentations to track outcomes and optimize treatments for ongoing care of your patients.
UW TelePain sessions for community health care providers are held each Wednesday, noon to 1:30 p.m.

Keywords: Psychiatry, Treatment, Mental, Team, Collaborative, Primary, Integration, Behavioral, Care, Health

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Audience
Care Managers
Executives
Nurses
Operations
Practice Manager
Primary Care Provider (Physician, ARNP, or PA)
Psychologist/Mental Health/Psychiatrists
Quality Improvement Managers
Regional Connectors
Social Workers
Support Staff
Practice Type
Behavioral Health
Primary Care
Resource type
Guidelines
Tools
Authors
UW Medicine and Washington State Health Care Authority
Publication date
Sponsoring organization
UW Medicine and Washington State Health Care Authority
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Implementation