Date Developed: 5/29/2013. Source: National Center for Medical Home Implementation. Presenter(s): Rebecca A. Malouin, PhD, MPH; Javier Aceves, MD, FAAP; Joseph Pringle, Jr., MD, FAAP; Shannon Huffman; Debbi Kennerson-Webb, MA, LPA. Type: Webinar Archive. Level: Intermediate Advanced. Length: 60 minutes.
This webinar will provide participants with a clear description of family-centered care and highlight case studies that showcase effective strategies in delivering that care through practice improvements such as greater use of health information technology, enhanced access to medical professional staff outside regular office hours, feedback mechanisms capturing patient/family experience with care, and including families on advisory boards and as staff. A recently published monograph by the NCMHI will also be highlighted, which features case studies focusing on 17 pediatric practices nominated by their peers or patients as exemplary patient- and family-centered medical homes.
• Explain the definition and importance of family-centered care in a pediatric care setting.
• Explore case studies that represent the broad spectrum of family-centered care implementation in practice.
•Highlight practical tools that practices can use to better partner with families in their delivery of care.
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