School of Public Health

The Learning Collaborative Approach to Medical Home Implementation

October 2016

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The Learning Collaborative Approach

Air Date: November 21, 2016, available archived online after this date
Time: 11am-12pm PST
Cost: Free

Join us for a discussion on ways to implement structured quality improvement processes for pediatric care. Erin Bruce and Brad McKinney will share best practices from the Idaho Health and Wellness Collaborative for Children that bridge the gap between providers knowledge and action. The discussion will focus on the Learning Collaborative approach, how it drives change, and how to effectively capture data and metrics for those who don't have the resources available to measure their efforts. The speakers will outline how to encourage meaningful participation in quality improvement projects and capture, measure, and analyze data to provide comprehensive feedback to the community.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify methods for driving and implementing change within a medical home
  • Identify, understand and adapt key best practices
  • Engage in a he Plan-Do-Study-Act method of Quality Improvement tracking

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This is part of the University of Washington Maternal and Child Public Health Webinar Series hosted by the Center of Excellence In Maternal and Child Health at the University of Washington