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Welcome!. Robert A. Gabbay, MD, PhD Professor of Medicine, Penn State College of Medicine. Congratulations!. We’re more than halfway through our year together and have made a lot of improvement! What are some of the best changes you have made ?. Remember Our Ground Rules.

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welcome

Welcome!

Robert A. Gabbay, MD, PhD

Professor of Medicine, Penn State College of Medicine

congratulations
Congratulations!
  • We’re more than halfway through our year together and have made a lot of improvement!
  • What are some of the best changes you have made?
remember our ground rules
Remember Our Ground Rules
  • Ask questions—the more the better!
  • Don’t re-invent the wheel!
  • Share freely. Steal shamelessly.
  • You’re becoming experts—talk to one another, go visit one another!
  • Your practices need your leadership and expertise.
learning objectives for this session and action period 3
Learning Objectives for This Session and Action Period #3
  • Understand and demonstrate the concepts of diffusion and spread to implement successful changes practice-wide.
  • Understand and demonstrate how to audit systems and processes of care to ensure sustainability of improvements.
  • Understand how to develop linkages with hospitals, payers, and community resources to support patient self-care and care coordination of high-risk patients, particularly during the transition from hospital to home.
let s get started
Let’s Get Started

Any questions first?