October 2018 Collaborative Care Manager Case Review
Physical Therapy: A Valuable Tool for Pain Management
Mi-CCSI has established a collaborative care approach utilizing subject matter experts to provide case review for complex cases. Complex cases are defined by multiple diagnoses or conditions, biopsychosocial, socioeconomic barriers/limitations, high cost patient ability, confidence, and desire.
During each monthly videoconference, content experts provide education, review cases selected from those submitted by care manager attendees, and collectively brainstorm ideas to be shared and considered across delivery settings.
This forum is intended for care managers and care coordinators primary care or ambulatory care settings who require alternative care options for complex cases.
Timothy Phillips, PT, DPT
Tim Phillips earned his MPT from Andrews University in 2002. Tim completed his transitional DPT at the University of St. Augustine in 2008 and earned his Manual Therapy Certification in 2006. He has worked in outpatient orthopedics for 15 years. He has served as adjunct faculty at the DPT program at Grand Valley State University and won the MPTA “Outstanding Clinical Instructor” in 2010. Tim is currently the principal investigator on 4 research studies studying effective treatments for musculoskeletal disorders. In his current role at Spectrum Health, he translates research into evidence based care models for major diagnostic groups (total joint arthroplasty, LBP, etc.) Tim travelled to Keele University (Keele, UK) in 2015 to study Psychologically Informed Care with the original researchers on the STarT and IMPaCT Back trials. He is actively disseminating this work as his department converts to a fully integrated biopsychosocial model of care at Spectrum Health.
Certificate of Completion
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CCMCR Participation Certificate-Enduring