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Transforming health care through partnerships

Webinar Recordings

Missed an IPFCC webinar? Call IPFCC at (301) 652-0281 or email us at events@ipfcc.org to get access to the recording or to check the availability of other past webinars not listed below!

The recording access fee is $125 and offers two weeks of unlimited viewing and access to the webinar’s supplemental materials. The fee for Pinwheel Sponsors is $99.

Strengthening Diversity in Research Partnerships

In 2017, IPFCC received funding for a two-year project, Strengthening Diversity in Research Partnerships: Knowledge to Action, through a Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute® (PCORI®) Eugene Washington PCORI Engagement Award. IPFCC explored best practices for collaborating with patient, family, and community partners from typically under-represented populations in research. Come join us for this free webinar and learn about essential principles, strategies, and insights for developing authentic and productive partnerships. Space is limited.

Faculty:

Marie Abraham

Marie Abraham, MA
IPFCC

Cara Coleman

Cara Coleman, JD, MPH
IPFCC

Doriane Miller

Doriane Miller, MD
UChicago Medicine

Engaging Patients and Families in Mental Health Settings

This webinar will highlight how to implement patient- and family-centered care in various mental health settings. Ways to engage people in the direct care experience and as quality improvement partners will be showcased including addressing the Opioid Epidemic. Practical tools and tips that help others build strong partnerships with those receiving mental health services and their families will be shared.
Registration and Details

Faculty:

Mary Minniti

Mary Minniti, CPHQ
IPFCC

Patty Yoon

Patty Yoon
Providence Health Care

Emma Garrod

Emma Garrod, BScN, RN
Providence Health Care

Gregory Ploksuik

Gregory Ploksuik
Providence Health Care

Measuring Patient- and Family-Centered Practice and Partnerships with Patients and Families

Establishing a system to track and measure the process and outcomes of patient­ and family­centered care and the partnerships with patient and family advisors is critical to creating and sustaining successful change in organizational culture. Providing this information in useful and compelling ways is important to assuring the support and commitment of senior executives and boards of trustees; it is also important to the work of patient and family advisory councils. Useful resources, dashboards, and other tools will be shared on this webinar. Registration and Details

Faculty:

Bev Johnson

Bev Johnson
IPFCC

Evaluating and Strengthening Your Patient and Family Advisory Program

Patients, families, and individuals with lived experience are essential partners in developing solutions to the opioid epidemic. To date, there has been a lack of significant and structured collaboration with patients and families, meaning that policies and programs to address the opioid epidemic are moving forward without input from the people most directly impacted. Join us to learn about key partnership principles and specific recommendations that support progress toward developing and implementing patient- and family-centered solutions to the opioid epidemic.

Faculty:

Bev Johnson

Pam Dardess, MPH
IPFCC

Martie Carnie

Martie Carnie
Brigham and Women's Hospital

Evaluating and Strengthening Your Patient and Family Advisory Program

The core concepts of patient- and family-centered care are foundational to a health care organization’s commitment to high reliability. Join IPFCC President and CEO, Bev Johnson, and Director of PFCC for The Valley Health System, Pam Bell, as they discuss how patient and family advisors can partner in efforts to ensure that safe, patient- and family-centered practices are integral to the implementation high reliability processes. Practical strategies and tools will be discussed.

Faculty:

Bev Johnson

Bev Johnson
IPFCC

Pamela Bell

Pamela Bell, MDiv
The Valley Hospital

Sharing Common Ground: Achieving the Triple Aim Through Peer Support Programs

In health care today, we need to meet goals that seem incompatible: improve patient experience, expand access, and improve quality while also reducing cost. Peer support is a mechanism for achieving all of these outcomes. Using examples from successful programs representing a wide range of health conditions, the mechanisms of peer support will be explored. Early steps to establishing a new program will be highlighted and resources provided to start, improve or expand peer support.

Faculty:

Joan Forte

Joan Forté, MBA, BSN
JForté Consulting