Basic Self-Management Training:
Introduction of Team-Based Care & Optimizing the Impact of the Roles of Care Managers & Coordinators
Provider Delivered Care Management and Care Coordination support the concepts of the Patient Centered Medical Home. Together, the roles of care manager and care coordinator partner with the practice care team to; effectively empower patients and their families, engage patients in self-management and health behavior change, positively affect patient self-care practices and decision-making, provide comprehensive assessment and care planning using shared decision making, implement evidence based interventions and advocate for the right care, at the right time and in the right place.
Care managers and care coordinators prepared in advanced care coordination roles, work across all care settings from hospital, to clinic, to home and are well positioned to connect patients, providers and services to assure that care is coordinated, safe and truly patient-centered. They are part of the patient’s medical home care team and work collaboratively to prioritize patients in need of specialized care coordination services.
Care manager and care coordinator roles may include enhanced discharge planning, holistic support and assessment of social determinants of health, improved internal patient transfers and external transfers to other facilities or to home, and knowledge of psychosocial changes that impact patient care options.
Care managers and care coordinators conduct face-to-ace partnerships with patients most in need of targeted care, including high risk patients and those who utilize expensive services. This role differs significantly from traditional case manager roles that are focused on telephonic communication, utilization review and resource management.
Care managers and care coordinators enrolled in the Michigan Center for Clinical Systems Improvement (Mi-CCSI) Team-Based Self-Management training program will be introduced to the essential knowledge and skills needed to fill emerging roles and be prepared to practice as members of a multidisciplinary health care team.
We provide a blended learning format including 8 hours of self-study, web-based training followed by 2 days of onsite face-to-face learning. The face-to-face learning incorporates input and learning from fellow attendees and our content expert training facilitators. We place an emphasis on interaction and application including simulation. The simulation experience is comprised of a live in-person or telephonic interview with a standardized patient that incorporates role playing, case study and scenario setting application.
Courses are fully vetted with care management leaders and training attendees and curricula are co-developed, modified and taught by experienced faculty.
WHO SHOULD ENROLL IN Mi-CCSI COURSES?
- RN’s, MSW’s, NP’s, PA’s, MA’s and CHW’s new to care management or care coordination
- Current care managers or care coordinators seeking to expand knowledge to work as part of a valued team member in PCMHs, ACOs, and or transitional care roles.
State Innovation Model (SIM) support:
For attendees hired to support patient populations affiliated with the SIM PCMH initiative, the attendee fees are paid by the state and there is no charge to the organization/practice. The organization/practice will be required to attest participation in the initiative.
Commercial payer coverage (Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and Priority Health):
This training meets the requirements for the Priority Health care management incentive and the self-management training component for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Provider Delivered Care Management value-based reimbursement For care managers attending to meet and support commercial payer incentives, attendee fees are based on member/non-member affiliation with Mi-CCSI and are billed to the organization or practice site.
Rates: $200 members; $300 non-members
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Continuing Education Credits
This continuing nursing education activity was approved for a total of 10.5 contact hours by the Michigan Nurses Association, an approver of continuing nursing education by the Michigan Board of Nursing.
This program has been pre-approved by The Commission for Case Manager Certification to provide continuing education credit to CCM® board certified case managers (CCMs). The course is approved for 14 contact hours.
This course is approved by the Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative for 13 contact hours.
Course Approval Number: 032017-03
If you have questions, call (616) 551-0795 ext. 11