Introduction of Team-Based Care to Optimize Care Delivery Impact Preparation & Details

THIS PAGE WILL PROVIDE INFORMATION, DOCUMENTS AND LINKS TO THE SELF STUDY (PRE-WORK) MODULES, PRESENTATIONS, ACTIVITIES, HANDOUTS, REFERENCE MATERIALS, AND LOGISTICAL INFORMATION FOR THE LIVE TRAINING.  PLEASE BE SURE TO REVIEW THIS ENTIRE PAGE. 

Overview

Thank you for registering for our training. The Michigan Center for Clinical Systems Improvement (Mi-CCSI) has been approved by the Michigan Institute for Care Management and Transformation (MICMT) to provide the Introduction to Team-Based Care Training (TBC) course training.  This course is designed to prepare care managers, ambulatory care professionals and other members of the primary care practice care team to effectively manage patients in multidisciplinary care team approach.

The Introduction of TBC Course consists of the following components:

  • Self-study web based modules (Self-study pre-work is required to be completed prior to attending the live training.)
  • Live training, one 8 hour day
  • MICMT TBC Course Statewide Post Test and course evaluation

MICMT requires course completion of all components listed above. BCBSM reimbursement for training fees requires participants to achieve a "Pass" score of 80% or greater on the MICMT CCM Course Statewide Post Test. You will also be required to complete a post-training evaluation to receive applicable continuing education credits


Self-Study (Pre-work) Modules

Review the following materials prior to attending the on-site training.

Pre-Work Checklist

Prework Checklist

Suggested Reading:

The Patient Centered Medical Home: History Components and Review of the Evidence

The Patient-Centered Medical Home: History, Components, and Review of the Evidence

Effective Team Based Primary Care: Observations from innovative practices

Effective team-based primary care: observations from innovative practices

Things to Know About Your Team

We recommend reviewing and completing as much as possible to share with the group.

Things to Know About Your Team

Share the Care: Assessment of Team Roles and Task Distribution

This is another tool that can be used to assess the current state of the practice and can be used for assessing the need for changes.

Share the Care: Assessment of Team Roles and Task Distribution

Preparing for breakout sessions

SBAR Communications

Please review the following article and case study. The case study will be used during the afternoon breakout session. Please print out a copy or have it available for the activity.

Using SBAR Communications

SBAR Activity Team Communication


Course Materials

Introduction to Team-Based Care Presentation Slides

Simulation Activity

Assessment

Social Worker Behavioral Health Services Assessment with Care Conference Outline

Diabetes Nurse Care Manager Initial Assessment

PHQ - Questions

PHQ9 Results for Judy

Nurse CM Facesheet

Social Worker Facesheet

Team Conferece Real Play

Attendee Copy Team Conference Simulation


Live Training Connection Details

PLEASE NOTE: All sessions until further notice will be provided virtually through Zoom videoconference

https://zoom.us/j/2291227046?pwd=ZDZzNmx0eEZwMXh6aHZFRThmUzRrdz09
Audio Dial: (646) 876-9923

(Alternate phone numbers in resources below)

Meeting ID: 229 122 7046
Passcode: 762452

NOTE: Chromebook users with the ChromeOS may not have functionality. Please utilize a different platform or contact Amy Wales at amy.wales@miccsi.org

Please test your audio & video prior to attending the training. Resources are below.

Resources & Troubleshooting

Testing Zoom Video & Audio

Alternative Phone Numbers

Attendee controls in a meeting

Participating in Zoom Breakouts


Training Times:

Training Times: 7:45 am – 5:00 pm

  • Log in to Zoom & Welcome 7:45-8:00 am
  • 1st Presentation 8:00 am

Questions?

Do you have questions about the self-study or the live training?
For further questions or details, contact Amy at amy.wales@miccsi.org or Sue at sue.vos@miccsi.org


Post Training Evaluation

Mi-CCSI Post Training Evaluation