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This resource is a Tool to assist providers in defining their high-risk population patients for care coordination and tracking.
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.
The medical home is best described as a model or philosophy of primary care that is patient-centered, comprehensive, team-based, coordinated, accessible, and focused on quality and safety. This resource defines the Medical Home and provides features, FAQ, and an infographic.
Depression CARE Path: PHQ-9 Training The Mental Health Training Network provides career development and training opportunities as well as resources and consultation to those who provide care for older adults. Our goal is to improve experiences and outcomes associated with geriatric mental health. Read More
Diabetes Common, serious, and costly in Washington State, diabetes is a complex condition related to harmful blood glucose levels. It is the leading cause of deaths in our state and a contributing factor to serious health outcomes such as amputations or blindness. Learn more from the Population Health Guide about current work and emerging issues. The Population Health Guide provides information, tools and resources to promote population health initiatives in Washington State.
This flowchart gives plans of action for dealing with both Hyperglycemia and Hypoglycemia in early childhood education and care settings. Category: chronic disease prevention and control
Diabetes Medical Management Plan (DMMP) This plan should be completed by the student’s personal diabetes health care team, including the parents/guardian. It should be reviewed with relevant school staff and copies should be kept in a place that can be accessed easily by the school nurse, trained diabetes personnel, and other authorized personnel.
Objectives At the end of this discussion, participants will be able to:
Research indicates that now more than ever, administrative and other burdens are leaving physicians struggling to find joy and meaning in their work, leading to increased risk of serious physical and psychological harm, threats to patient safety and an increasing number of doctors leaving practice.
Doctor's Office vs. Emergency Room The Doctor's Office Vs. Emergency Room material offers guidance to providers who wish to support health literacy with their clients. The handouts (also available in Spanish, Vietnamese, Somali and Russian) can be printed and distributed to clients as part of a conversation on when to take a child to the doctor’s office or the emergency room.