Coordination of Care Through Patient Engagement is organized by Texas Medical Association (TMA) and will be held from May 09, 2017 - May 09, 2020.
0.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit ™ (Enduring)
Physicians, residents, and students of medical professionals in all specialties.
Actively engaging patients do more than boost loyalty and word-of-mouth referrals; it could actually improve patients’ health outcomes. Patient engagement is a significant portion of the Advancing Care Information (ACI) requirements in the Quality Payment Program (QPP) set forth in the Medicare Access and Chip Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA). Emerging technologies such as patient portals, personal health records (PHRs), texting and instant messaging, mobile applications, and online forms allow patients to communicate securely with physicians and their staff in efficient and productive ways.
This course is designed to help physicians understand the importance of using technology to engage patients for better health and improve office efficiencies.
This program addresses the following desirable physician attributes:
• Patient Care and Procedural Skills
• Practice-based Learning and Improvement
• Interpersonal and Communication Skills
• Systems-based Practice
Upon completion of this course, participates should be able to:
• Identify the benefits of and how to utilize personal health records and patient portals for HIPAA-compliant patient engagement;
• Recognize several effective modalities to provide patient education and communication; and
• Evaluate tools to improve practice efficiency, integrate patient intake forms, decrease errors, improve patient satisfaction, and help physician practices comply with federal programs.
Healthcare Management, Public Health, Healthcare Technology, Patient and Family Centered Care