One Event. Two Locations.
Nebraska Clinic Conference: Collaborating for Success | Moving Quality Concepts into Patient-Centered Practice
Want to see how others have implemented quality concepts into best practices for patient centered care? If so, attend this action-oriented/peer-led conference and learn how pre-visit planning, chronic care management and care coordination can strengthen partnerships between providers and patients.
All ‘improvers’ welcome; you won’t want to miss out.
Thursday, March 21, 2019
Mid-Plains Community College
1101 Halligan Drive; Rooms 202 & 204
North Platte, Nebraska
Thursday, March 28, 2019
Holthus Convention Center
3130 Holen Avenue; Ballroom B & E
“We are very excited for this event! In March 2018, the GPQIN Nebraska team hosted a conference titled Beyond the Quality Payment Program. The 2018 event looked at value-based care at the national level, identified statewide resources and highlighted local efforts on physician and patient engagement along with chronic care management,” shared Alissa Wood, Great Plains Quality Improvement Advisor.
In addition to presentations, activities are planned to help put these concepts into action. This will be an informational and interactive session.
Wood added, “Taking feedback from that event, along with input from our Nebraska partners, we have altered the format for 2019. This year we have one event that will be held in two locations for increased access. There are different speakers at each event highlighting best practices. We are excited to provide tangible tools and resources on pre-visit planning, chronic care management and care coordination. We look forward to learning and sharing practical ways we can put these best practices into action!”
4.5 peer reviewed, continuing education contact hours have been awarded by Iowa Western Community College, Iowa Board of Nursing Provider #6.
For more information and to register, click here.