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Community health workers are a crucial resource for healthcare transformation. Take a look at a new article from the NEJM Catalyst series.
New Opioid Pain Management Guide Recommends Telehealth Patient Care Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, primary care physicians should provide opioid therapy for their patients through telehealth visits using two-way video such as Skype or FaceTime, or by telephone, according to a new guide issued by the AHRQ-funded Six Building Blocks program.
Washington State Department of Health's Healthcare Provider Resources & Recommendations in response to the 2019 Novel Coronavirus Outbreak (COVID-19)
NAMI Eastside is partnering with Sound Solutions to facilitate virtual COVID-19 Support Groups for healthcare professionals. Groups are open to all healthcare professionals. Facilitators are licensed therapeutic staff at Sound Solutions in the State of Washington. The groups' focus is the shared experience of those in the medical community providing healthcare during COVID-19 and the challenges created by this experience.
Defining a Strategy for Value-Based Contracting This workbook was designed to assist BHAs in becoming familiar with elements of VBP, value-based payments, and provide tools to help with these transformation efforts. Ideally, the agency leadership team will have reviewed the Value-Based Payment Practice Transformation Planning Guide developed in partnership with the Healthier Washington Practice Transformation Support Hub, National Council for Behavioral Health, and the Washington Council for Behavioral Health and will have assembled a VBP/transformation team.
Driver Diagram A driver diagram is a visual display of a team’s theory of what “drives,” or contributes to, the achievement of a project aim. This clear picture of a team’s shared view is a useful tool for communicating to a range of stakeholders where a team is testing and working.
Education in Palliative and End of Life Care, EPEC Education in Palliative and End of Life Care, EPEC, is an online program designed to train physicians on the essential clinical competencies required to provide quality end-of-life care. A handbook and video version of the training are both available, as well as slide sets on many palliative care topics. Continuing Medical Education (CME) available.
Integrating ePROs into Care Delivery A new toolkit funded by AHRQ’s Digital Healthcare Research Program is available to help healthcare systems integrate electronic patient-reported outcomes (ePROs) into care delivery. The ePROs in Clinical Care toolkit provides evidence-based guidelines and strategies for the use of PROs that are collected electronically, rather than through traditional pen-and-paper methods. The toolkit is organized around three core topic areas where changes may be needed across the health systems: governance, integration and reporting.
The End of Life Palliative Education Resource Center (EPERC), shares educational resource material among the community of health professional educators involved in palliative care education. Its series of fact sheets provide concise, practical, peer-reviewed, and evidence-based summaries on key topics important to clinicians and trainees caring for patients facing life-limiting illnesses. Fast Facts are designed to be easily accessible and clinically relevant monographs on palliative care topics.
End-of-Life Curriculum The End-of-Life Curriculum is 16-hour web-based curriculum, which incorporates basic material designed for use by physicians in any area of expertise. Developed by the Stanford Faculty Development Center, this eight-module curriculum is implemented as a PowerPoint slide presentation, with slides and teachers' notes on both the content and teaching process.