Navigating Care Coordination

The Navigating Care Coordination Series offers physicians and their teams an enriched, cross-discipline group learning experience focused on testing new approaches in care coordination. Participants will reduce patient care gaps and delays while improving information flow between primary and secondary/tertiary care. Primary care practices will choose and work closely with a referral partner (e.g. regional health authority programs, consultant physicians, community programs, etc.) serving a shared patient population to build a care coordination agreement. The agreement will be tested and optimized with existing healthcare team members and implemented within their practices.

Participation

Participants will engage with MQ physician experts and trusted advisors in a series of learning sessions and report-out webinars. Participants will have the assistance of a practice facilitator to test and implement practical changes during and between learning events.

Details about the program

This program covers the specific navigating care coordination “high impact changes” for primary care practices and referral partners, which will focus on panel management, care coordination and optimizing team-based care. Participants will have the assistance of a practice facilitator to test and implement practical changes during and between learning events.

Referral Partners

The MyQ team will actively support participants in the identification of a referral partner that will provide them with an opportunity to develop and apply new processes for referral management. Referral partners could include regional health authority programs (RHA), consultant physicians, or community programs.

Why Join the Series?

  • Build strong referral management processes.
  • Receive the right patient with information packaged in the right way.
  • Concentrate the work which referral partners are best suited to do.
  • Reduce re-work including unnecessary triage or oversight.
  • Build shared expectations for primary care, referral partners and patients.
  • Reduce unnecessary demand on care providers.
  • Successful transition of patient care back to family physicians including, consultation advice, guidance and agreements on managing care and re-engagement of consultant physicians.

Program Schedule: November 2, 2022 – March 31, 2022

The Series has four half-day learning sessions spread over eight months and four Plan, Do, Study, Act (PDSA) calls to support your improvement journey. 

Registration for the program is limited!

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