Clinical Strategy Committee Looks at Nationally High-Performing Practices and Implementing High-Quality Primary Care
CTC-RI Clinical Strategy Committee Looks at Nationally High-Performing Practices and Implementing High-Quality Primary Care
The May 21 Clinical Strategy Committee (CSC) meeting with topics around data provided to practices to improve performance and characteristics of high-performing CPC+ practices by invited speakers, Richard Shonk, MD, CMO, The Health Collaborative, OH, Diane Marriott, DrPH, Director, Multipayer Michigan Initiatives, CPC+ Statewide Convener, MI, and Jerome Finkel, MD, Henry Ford Health System Chief Primary Health Officer, MI. MI High-Performing ED and Inpatient Practice Study PPT, Physician Engagement as Precursor of Patient Engagement - MI CPC+ High Performing Prac ACTION TOOL, Patient Responsiveness - MI CPC+ High Performing Practice ACTION TOOL, and National Academy of Medicine’s “Implementing High-Quality Primary Care: Rebuilding the Foundation of Health Care” released May 4, 2021.
The CSC has an equally exciting June 18 meeting scheduled with a panel discussion around the current status and future of telehealth in RI by Daniela Fairchild, Director, RI Office of Innovation; Mary Jo Condon, Senior Consultant, Freedman HealthCare; Marea Tumber, Principal Policy Associate, Office of the Health Insurance Commissioner; and moderated by Andrew Solomon, Senior Program Manager, Northeast Telehealth Resource Center. Also planned are health plan comments and experiences with telehealth over the last 15 months with stand-alone and primary care-based telehealth. Feel free to reach out to us for CME credit information. The meeting objectives are:
- Provide an overview of current national telehealth trends.
- Update status of RI legislative and regulatory activities concerning telehealth.
- Review consumer-related initiatives including broadband access.
- Promote discussion of data and experiences in practices and health plans concerning telehealth.