20 episodes

Welcome to One Nail at a Time: Insights for Building Your Patient's Medical Home. This podcast brings together physicians and others from across Alberta to share their stories and tips related to building Patient's Medical Homes.

One Nail at a Time: Insights for Building Your Patient's Medical Home Alberta Medical Association

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Welcome to One Nail at a Time: Insights for Building Your Patient's Medical Home. This podcast brings together physicians and others from across Alberta to share their stories and tips related to building Patient's Medical Homes.

    20 | Big News in Transitions of Care with Dr. Linda Slocombe

    20 | Big News in Transitions of Care with Dr. Linda Slocombe

    Join us as we learn about Alberta’s new ‘Home to Hospital to Home Transitions Guideline’.  Dr. Slocombe explains the 6 components that together help patients successfully transition from home to hospital to home.  She explains the roles of primary care and acute care, and the significant positive impact this guideline can have on continuity and the patient experience.  Best of all, once established, it could mean less work for your practice!
    Home to Hospital to Home Transitions Guideline
    Information on CII/CPAR

    Also, check out Podcasts #15 & #16 for more information about CII/CPAR.

    • 29 min
    19 | Tips for Enhancing Access (Part 2) with Dr. Ernie Schuster

    19 | Tips for Enhancing Access (Part 2) with Dr. Ernie Schuster

    Join us as we talk to Dr. Ernie Schuster about practical strategies that physicians and clinic teams can take to provide timely access to care and optimize the opportunity for continuity of care.  Highlights include: 
    Specific strategies to balance your supply of appointments with the demand for themThe value of eliminating ‘backlog’ for providing just-in-time careUsing the medical home team to increase efficiency(NOTE: To listen to Part 1, go to Episode 11: Tips for Enhancing Access with Dr. Janet Craig)
    Resources:
    HQCA Primary Healthcare Panel Reports

    • 20 min
    18 | PMH in Action: A Tale of Continuity with Dr. Karen Seigel

    18 | PMH in Action: A Tale of Continuity with Dr. Karen Seigel

    Join us as Dr. Karen Seigel shares the work she and her team have been doing focused on care of patients with COPD.  Some of the many highlights include:
    How patients with low relational continuity (50%) are 7 times more likely to be admitted to hospital compared to those who see their own physician at least 80% of the time.How Dr. Seigel and her team used their EMR and HQCA reports to identify COPD patients at risk of exacerbation/hospitalizationHow the team shares the workload and focuses on streamlining clinic processes for COPD careUseful resources developed with the Health Quality Council of Alberta (HQCA)Simple steps teams can take to improve relational continuityResources
    HQCA Quality Exchange: https://hqca.ca/health-care-provider-resources/qe/primary-healthcare/

    • 16 min
    17 | Weathering the Storm: A Candid Discussion about Physician Grief with Dr. Heather La Borde & Dr. Brad Bahler

    17 | Weathering the Storm: A Candid Discussion about Physician Grief with Dr. Heather La Borde & Dr. Brad Bahler

    Join Dr. Heather La Borde and Dr. Brad Bahler as they discuss their mutual sense of grief and loss related to the changes and uncertainty that COVID has brought, as well as how they’re finding hope and taking steps to prevent burnout.
    AMA Physician and Family Support ProgramWell Doc AlbertaWould you like to learn more?
    The  Alberta Medical Association and Well Doc Alberta are offering a 1.25 hour session on physician wellness on Tuesday, June 16, from 7 p.m. – 8:15 p.m. entitled Physician Wellness: Feeling Distress, Understanding Loss and Finding Meaning.  During this session, physicians will have the opportunity to consider and better understand their distress during these challenging times. Along with knowledge offered by content expert Fleur Yumol, the webinar co-facilitators will guide you through short pauses for self-reflection and provide opportunities for sharing experiences with physician peers. This webinar is designed for physicians, but interested family members are also welcome to join.
    Register in advance for this Zoom webinar:
    https://albertadoctors.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_qK1BhlH6T6KRNpw55_uqXw

    • 19 min
    16 | CII-CPAR: Part 2 Stories from the Field

    16 | CII-CPAR: Part 2 Stories from the Field

    Join us as we hear about the experiences of community physicians who are currently participating in the Community Information Integration-Central Patient Attachment Registry (CII-CPAR) initiative.  
    Featuring: Dr. Joseph Ojedokun, Dr. Steve Tilley and Dr. Chris Le 
    CII-CPAR Primary Care Tools & ResourcesCII Specialty Tools & ResourcesAlberta NetcareAlberta Patients Survey Press Release

    • 16 min
    15 | CII-CPAR: Part 1 with Dr. Heidi Fell

    15 | CII-CPAR: Part 1 with Dr. Heidi Fell

    Join Dr. Heidi Fell as she discusses the Community Information Integration-Central Patient Attachment Registry (CII-CPAR) initiative.  
    CII-CPAR Primary Care Tools & ResourcesCII Specialty Tools & ResourcesAlberta NetcareAlberta Patients Survey Press Release

    • 27 min

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