Overview and Purpose:
Key patient-centered care topics will be presented in 15-20 minute webinar segments highlighting provider and clinician perspectives while introducing corresponding resources and tools during the Provider Perspectives on Patient-Centered Care webinar series.
“Impact of Systems on a Smaller Scale” is the first webinar in the series. Small changes can have a large-scale impact on day-to-day tasks. Efficiencies can be created by tracking progress and tackling quality improvement projects in manageable phases.
Lenoard Wonnenberg, PA-C
Clinical Director, Horizon Health Care, Inc., Huron, SD
Leonard Wonnenberg, PA-C, serves as the clinical director for Horizon Health Care, Inc. and works to promote quality improvement throughout the organization. In addition to serving the Huron area in family practice, he also assisted with implementing and incorporating the Patient-Centered Medical Home model at James Valley Community Health Center.
Mr. Wonnenberg has been employed by Horizon for the past five years and graduated from the University of South Dakota in 2010 with a Master’s Degree in physician assistant studies.
All healthcare professionals are welcome and encouraged to attend.
Upon completion of this program, participants will be able to:
- Create efficiencies by developing small-scale actions
- Identify simplified progress tracking options
Denise Kolba, RN, MS, CNS
Program Manager, Great Plains Quality Innovation Network
Brought to you in partnership with the South Dakota Foundation for Medical Care, a member of the Great Plains Quality Innovation Network serving as the Quality Innovation Network-Quality Improvement Organization for Kansas, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota; and the South Dakota Department of Health. For more information about SDFMC, visit www.sdfmc.org. All presentation times are Central time. SDSMA Center for Physician Resources webinars are free of charge for SDSMA and SDMGMA members.