There are many paths to value based care and the achievement of the quadruple aim and each of them include components of Access and Continuity, Comprehensiveness and Coordination, Population Health and Care Management, Behavioral Health Integration, Team-Based Care, and Patient and Caregiver Engagement. We've collected evidence-based processes and tools to adapt your practice, network, or system as the demands of the industry or your patients evolve.

Conference on Practice Improvement

December 6-9, 2018 • Tampa Marriott Waterside • Tampa, Florida

Health care delivery is changing. Residency programs are transitioning to competency based education. Business models are evolving as an increasing number of physicians and other providers become employed by large health systems.  Payers and the public are demanding better outcomes at a lower cost. And physicians and other providers are trying to deliver on expectations, often to the detriment of their personal well-being.

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on 16 Oct 2018 11:55 AM
  • conferences
  • STFM
  • CPI
  • Quality Improvement
  • residency

International leaders from the UK, Ireland and the US are meeting for a two-day symposium in Dublin (30 April – 1 May 2018) to share best practice and push forward the transformation agenda of primary and integrated care.

The International Accountable Care Symposium is the second meeting of the International Faculty for Primary Care to look at the evidence and share experiences in delivering integrated care.

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on 23 May 2018 4:55 AM

HealthTeamWorks is a nationally recognized leader in healthcare transformation with over 20 years of experience helping medical practices, physician organizations and integrated delivery networks (IDNs) improve their performance in delivering value-based services. Through partnership and innovation, their subject matter expertise and service solutions have helped providers improve clinical quality outcomes, patient experience, and provider vitality, while reducing escalation in per capita cost of medical care.

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on 23 Apr 2018 12:00 AM
  • population health
  • patient engagement
  • self-management support
  • technology

If HealthTeamWorks Solution Center is your ‘Go To for How To’, a significant element has to be interacting with others across the country.

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In an era where healthcare costs are high, it is essential that primary care practices address utilization of the hospital and provide appropriate follow-up and preventative services for the patients.

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Transformation is defined as thorough and dramatic change. There is no doubt that health care has required thorough change to shift from fee-for-service (FFS) to value-based payment. As practices and healthcare system begin to change, buy-in for the changes is essential for everyone. From patients, front office staff, back office staff, interdisciplinary team members, providers & the medical neighbor, we cannot change alone. 

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Much like evidence-based medicine and clinical care pathways, there is much to gain by following a “what works” approach to network design and development. Based on years of experience studying and building effective value-based networks of physicians, HealthTeamWorks has identified 7 proven levers or drivers of change and performance.

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Pediatric practices often receive incomplete coaching in transformation initiatives due to the focus on adult topics and chronic pediatric measures. “Kids are not just young adults” says Anita Rich, CCHAP Director of Community Outreach and HealthTeamWorks’ strategic partner in the BC3 Program.

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Primary care practices across the nation are actively engaging in Federally sponsored transformation initiatives to test models of care that improve health outcomes in their patient populations, including the State Innovation Model, the Transforming Clinical Practice Initiative, and Comprehensive Primary Care Plus among others. Practices are no longer pioneering transformation, they are partnering and collaborating as they move towards value-based care.

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Integration and coordination are the name of the game as we move into alternative payment models and regional accountability.

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