Past Events: Care Transitions

WEBINAR: Transforming a Traditional Anticoagulation Management Service to Incorporate Patients on DOACs

  Upon completion of this session, participants are now able to: Promote a patient-centered approach to identify the most appropriate drug therapy that enhances quality, safety and efficacy; Assess medication regimen adherence; Effectively transition patients between anticoagulants; and Identify key tools and resources for staff, patients and caregivers regarding DOAC therapy. More About our Speakers Continuing Education … Continue reading WEBINAR: Transforming a Traditional Anticoagulation Management Service to Incorporate Patients on DOACs

WEBINAR: Enhancing Transitions Through a Collaborative Approach

Upon completion of this session, attendees were able to: Describe the impact of behavioral health on healthcare utilization in New England, Explore approaches to addressing health-related social needs for patients with behavioral health conditions, and Identify required elements for a successful behavioral health integration/coordination model. More About our Speakers Continuing Education The Connecticut Pharmacists Association … Continue reading WEBINAR: Enhancing Transitions Through a Collaborative Approach

WEBINAR: Highlights from Home – Innovative Approaches to Enhance Care Transitions and Medication Safety

After completion of this session, participants are able to: Describe how these two programs utilized available data and collaborative input to inform their efforts, Leverage the identified best practice tools to support home health care transitions, and Explain how long term services and support providers, such as SASH, can help enhance medication safety during transitions of care. … Continue reading WEBINAR: Highlights from Home – Innovative Approaches to Enhance Care Transitions and Medication Safety

WEBINAR: Enhancing Care Transitions and Medication Safety – Supporting Rural Providers Across New England

After completion of this session, participants were able to: Evaluate how data can help inform intervention selection and implementation progress, Identify the role medication safety can play in transitions of care, and Describe key elements for successful care transitions in rural communities.   Continuing Education The Connecticut Pharmacists Association is accredited by the Accreditation Council … Continue reading WEBINAR: Enhancing Care Transitions and Medication Safety – Supporting Rural Providers Across New England

American Lung Association LUNG FORCE Expo in RI

The American Lung Association would like to join a special, one-day educational program brings together patients, caregivers and healthcare professionals with leading lung health experts to learn about cutting-edge treatments, medications, resources and research to fight lung cancer and other lung diseases. At the LUNG FORCE Expo in Warwick, you will find: Educational programs for … Continue reading American Lung Association LUNG FORCE Expo in RI

In Person Event: The Care Transitions Leadership Academy

Does your team have a strategy for preventing readmissions? The Connecticut Branch of the New England QIN-QIO hopes you were able to join the 12th Care Transitions Leadership Academy on Tackling the Drivers of Unplanned Readmissions on Wednesday, October 25, 2017. The Communities of Care were established by Qualidigm and CHA in 2010 for the purpose of addressing and … Continue reading In Person Event: The Care Transitions Leadership Academy

Tobacco Treatment Specialist (TTS) Core Competency Training

Topics include: Biopsychosocial determinants of nicotine dependence Counseling theory and practice – Motivational Interviewing Pharmacotherapy using nicotine replacement medications Cognitive-behavioral treatment strategies Guidelines for programs and professionals Best practice for intake, assessment and treatment planning Cost Thank you to the support from the RI Department of Health Tobacco Control Program, non-profit agency employees providing direct … Continue reading Tobacco Treatment Specialist (TTS) Core Competency Training