Integrated Primary Care Team Training

Anchorage, Alaska

At the heart of Southcentral Foundation’s Nuka System of Care is the belief that the relationship between care team and the patient is an important tool for managing chronic disease, controlling healthcare costs, and improving the overall health and wellness of patients. In this three day Integrated Primary Care Team Training, you will explore and practice the skills needed to be successful in Southcentral Foundation’s Nuka System collaborative care model through interactive, subject matter expert led panels and sessions in the classroom and simulation lab.

AGENDA

DAY 1

Introductions & Check-in
Customer-Owner Panel
Integrated Care Team Roles in Nuka System of Care
Integrated Care Team
·  Roles and Responsibilities
BREAK
Integrated Care Team
·  Best Practices
·  Team Tools
Closing & Check out

DAY 2

Welcome & Check-in
The Journey Within: Improved Relationships through Self-Discovery & Reflection
·  Barriers
·  Relational Styles
LUNCH
Integrated Care Team Panel
·  Q&A
·  Small groups
BREAK
Cultural Perspectives & Story
Closing & Check out

DAY 3

Welcome & Check in
Change Management
·  Navigating Change
·  Resistance
BREAK
Sim Lab Practice
LUNCH
Compassion Fatigue & Burnout
BREAK
5 Dynamics
·  Individual
Closing & Check out

NEXT TRAINING

February 6-8, 2019

$2,400 per person

Breakfast and lunch provided

UPCOMING TRAININGS

AT THE END OF THIS TRAINING EXPERIENCE, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO:

  • Implement team based best practices in the technical day-to-day delivery of care
  • Recognize their relational styles and the impact of different work energies on team dynamics
  • Utilize a personal toolbox developed in the training to support self-awareness, navigating resistance, and handling conflict
  • Facilitate communication to manage change and workflow in an integrated care team

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

  • Health care professionals who are part of an interdisciplinary team
  • Organizations that provide/plan to provide care in a collaborative care model
  • Health systems or community organizations working to improve the health outcomes of a geographically defined population
  • Public health departments or social agencies focused on populations with complex health issues
  • Organizations focusing on innovative, population based designs

Additional Resources

Blog

The 5 Most Adopted Ideas From SCF’s Nuka System of Care

Webinar

From Theory to Practice: Integrated Care Teams in Action

Video

LaZell Hammons on Integrated Care Teams

Blog

Integrated Care Team FAQ’s