Human Centered Design for Healthcare Improvement and Innovation

The biggest threat to addressing Twenty-first Century healthcare challenges is not a lack of resources, vision or passion, but a chronic lack of creativity. One of the most promising frameworks for facilitating creativity is Human Centered Design (HCD). HCD is an agile, future-oriented problem framing and solving framework, well suited to navigate complex and ill-defined challenges (the types of challenges those in healthcare are very familiar with). Organizations such as the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) and the Institute for Healthcare Improvement [...]

Advancing Behavioral Health Screening and Improving Care Coordination

PLEASE NOTE: You must be REGISTERED to view this On-Demand Learning Session During this Webinar, you will discover the priorities and opportunities available as part of the CMS Behavioral Health Project. You will be able to recognize that major depression and alcohol misuse are common under-identified conditions, identify what screening tools to use for determining depression and alcohol misuse and determine the return on investment gains from conducting screenings.

Using the Chronic Care Management (CCM) Model for Effective Depression Management in Primary Care

PLEASE NOTE: You must be REGISTERED to view this On-Demand Learning Session Part 2 of this series looks at the Annual Wellness visit and how clinicians can utilize the Chronic Care Management Model to transform the delivery of care from reactive care focused on exacerbation of chronic illnesses to a delivery model aimed at proactive care with an engaged patient population. Presenters: Michelle Hoover & Wallace Palmer, Quality Improvement Advisors Length: 13 minutes