Redesigning your RA Practice the introductory course in this curriculum will focus on current care delivery processes and strategies to collaborate to redesign care. Learners will be introduced to strategies for documenting and tracking on-time care for all managed patients. Active learning exercises will address how to get started with population management.
Friday, July 14, 2017
University of Wisconsin-Madison Arboretum Visitor Center
Communication is fundamental to the relationship between clinicians and their patients. Yet, communication skills are some of the most difficult to master. The 2017 WREN Convocation will provide practical tools and strategies for improving your communication and motivating skills. Through interactive activities and group discussions, we will learn from experts and one another.
Education approved by the Wisconsin Medical Examining Board to meet the Opioid Prescribing Guideline CME requirement delivered at your facility by our faculty or your staff.
Advance Directives: Every Advance Care Plan Begins with a Conversation
Engage in advance care planning discussions with your patients, improve documentation of these conversations and increase the number of patients in your practice with advance directives on file. Earn Maintenance of Certification Part IV credit for practice improvement.
Chronic Pain: Safe & Effective Strategies for Prescribing Opioids
Together with your team, you have the opportunity to improve safe and effective strategies for prescribing opioids in patients with chronic pain, improve teamwork, and receive Maintenance of Certification Part IV credit for practice improvement.
Chronic Kidney Disease: Delaying Disease Progression in Your Patients
Together with your team you have the opportunity to slow disease progression, improve teamwork, and receive Maintenance of Certification Part IV credit for practice improvement.
On-demand course that meets the Wisconsin Medical Examining Board Opioid Prescribing Guideline CME requirement.
More than 145 million people live with chronic conditions. Successfully managing chronic conditions is complex. Thirty to fifty percent of patients leave their provider visits without understanding their treatment plan, and hospitalized patients retain only 10 percent of their discharge teaching instructions. Better strategies of engaging and communicating with patients must be implemented to improve health outcomes.
Clinical Health Coach Training is available onsite and online.
Clinical Documentation for ICD-10: Principles and Practice
Education that provides an overview through self-paced training modules that physicians and clinicians can access any time from a computer, tablet, or mobile device. Written by physicians, CDI specialists and medical coding experts, the program customizes learning by delivering three-to-five minute modules that cover each physician's 10 to 20 most billed diagnoses and conditions, making the learning targeted and highly relevant.
The CO*RE Partners are pleased to offer an iBook "ER/LA Opioids: Achieving Safe Use while Improving Patient Care." The iBook covers all six units of the FDA Blueprint and includes video clips, case studies, poll questions, specific drug information, tools and resources, plus links to valuable websites.
A Venous Thromboembolism (VTE) Town Hall: Answering Your Top Questions
on Treatment and Secondary Prevention
Primary care physicians and other healthcare professionals who diagnose and manage long-term therapy for patients at risk for VTE are invited to view this Town Hall activity on Medscape. Join three family medicine physicians as they discuss diagnosis and treatment of VTE including anticoagulation treatment, therapeutic options and the management of anticoagulation around medical procedures and comorbidities. Expires 8/26/17
ASCO in collaboration with the LIVESTRONG Foundation and 11 other multidisciplinary organizations, has developed a series that delves into gaps in the quality of health and health care in oncology to increase your knowledge and cultural competence through case studies, interactive slide presentations and self-assessments.
How Can You Improve Care For Your Patients (15-39 years of age) With Cancer?
Join the discussion with the Focus Under Forty Primary Care Role Learning Module.