Team Based Care Training Resources
During this live, all-day training course the learner will gain knowledge and skills to work collaboratively in a multidisciplinary setting to assure that care is coordinated, safe, and patient-centered. This training is required prior to billing services for Priority Health and within six months of starting to bill for BCBSM PDCM (Provider Delivered Care Management). Participants are required to complete this course with a posttest score of 80% or greater in order to bill for Priority Health and BCBSM PDCM (Provider Delivered Care Management) codes.
For further details on training objectives, faculty, and available continuing education credits, click on the following link:
THIS PAGE WILL PROVIDE TRAINING DETAILS, DOCUMENTS AND LINKS TO THE PRESENTATIONS, ACTIVITIES, HANDOUTS, REFERENCE MATERIALS, AND LOGISTICAL INFORMATION FOR THE LIVE TRAINING. PLEASE BE SURE TO REVIEW THIS ENTIRE PAGE.
Training Times: 7:45 am – 4:30 pm
- Log in to Zoom 7:30-7:45 am
- Welcome & Roll Call Begins: 7:45 am
Zoom Live Training Connection Details
PLEASE NOTE: All training sessions are virtual on the Zoom meeting platform.
If you are joining Zoom for the first time, please allow sufficient time to troubleshoot your technology prior to the scheduled training and refer to the Resources & Troubleshooting section below.
Telephone Audio Connection: (646) 876-9923 (Use this if not connecting through your computer audio)
Meeting ID: 229 122 7046
ZOOM RESOURCES & TROUBLESHOOTING:
Instructions for joining Zoom for the first time: View Tutorial
Self-Study (Pre-work) Modules
Review the following materials prior to attending the on-site training.
The Patient Centered Medical Home: History, Components and Review of the Evidence
Effective Team Based Primary Care: Observations from innovative practices
Things to Know About Your Team
It is recommended that the learner reviews and completes as much as possible to share with the group.
Share the Care: Assessment of Team Roles and Task Distribution
This tool can be used to assess the current state of the practice and for assessing the need for change.
Preparing for breakout sessions
The learner should review the following article and case study. The case study will be used during the afternoon breakout session. Print a copy or have it available for the activity.