Patient, Family and Clinician Partners Training Overview

Patient and Family Partner Reception                      aoa
Wednesday, November 9, 2016
5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Grand Hyatt, Washington, DC

Sponsored by the American Osteopathic Association, this reception will bring together patient and family leaders who are partnering with primary and ambulatory care practice improvement teams, along with medical home experts, clinicians, industry representatives and thought leaders prior to the Barbara Starfield Awards Dinner later that evening.

 

Patient, Family and Clinician Partner Training
Friday, November 11, 2016
7:30 am – 4:00 pm
Grand Hyatt, Washington, DC

pt partnerAs health care evolves to become more patient- and family-centered in care delivery and quality improvement, the PCPCC is working to ensure equal involvement among all members of the care team.

Through our diverse network the PCPCC’s Support and Alignment Network (SAN) supports practice improvement teams to foster partnerships with patients, family caregivers, community-based organizations and clinicians to achieve common goals of improved care, better health, and reduced costs.


New to our conference this year
, the PCPCC SAN is offering a special one-day training for patient advisors, family caregivers and their clinician partners. This training will give patients and providers the knowledge and tools needed to create and sustain meaningful partnerships in various health care settings. Participants can look forward to:

  • Learning best practices for integrating patient- and family-centered care into practice quality improvement and care redesign efforts.
  • Discovering opportunities that support clinicians in improving patient-centered care in their practice.
  • Working directly with expert faculty from the Institute of Patient- and Family- Centered Care (IPFCC), Planetree, and the YMCA of the USA to develop an action plan that includes strategies and ideas for strengthening patient and clinician partnerships.
  • Connecting and sharing information with other patient advisors and clinicians actively involved in this work.
  • Apply various training tools, including concepts from the Person and Family-Centered Care Design featured in the Transforming Clinical Practice Initiative (TCPI) Change Package, to guide future coordinated efforts with their care team.

Who Should Attend?

Patient advisors/partners, family caregivers, clinicians/providers, health care staff, patient experience personnel, and community partners. General PCPCC conference attendees are also welcome to participate in the training.

Interested in attending? Register for the conference here, then select the “Patient Family Training” option towards the bottom of the form to secure your spot in the training! If you have already registered for the conference but did not confirm your participation in the training, please email Jacinta Smith at [email protected] to RSVP. Scholarships still available for individuals in the DC, Maryland, and Virginia area!

Meet Our Expert Faculty

Jill Harrison, Ph.D

Director of Research, Planetree, Inc.

Mary Minniti, BS, CPHQ

Senior Policy & Program Specialist, Institute for Patient- and Family-Centered Care

Kelly Parent, BS, CPHQ

Program Specialist for Patient and Family Partnerships, Institute for Patient and Family Centered Care

Hala Durrah, MTA

Family Caregiver, Patient Family Centered Care Advocate & Consultant

Timothy P. McNeill, RN, MPH

Director, Clinical Integration, YMCA of the USA

Beverley H. Johnson

President & CEO, Institute for Patient- and Family-Centered Care

Suzi Montasir, MPH

Technical Advisor, Clinical Integration of Chronic Disease Prevention Programs, YMCA of the USA

Matt Longjohn, MD, MPH

National Health Officer & Vice President for Evidence-Based Health Interventions and Community Integrated Health, YMCA of the USA