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November/December 2014

...Team-Based Care: Saving Time and Improving Efficiency Kevin Hopkins; Christine A. Sinsky Departments From the Editor Teamwork: Is It Always More Efficient? Kenneth G. Adler SPPACES: App Reviews SHOTS 2014 David Rebedew Practice Pearls • Help patients...

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oa1.pdf

...Even if a practice offers excellent care at an afford-able price, it can always do better. That was the thinking five years ago at Terry Reilly Health Services when the system’s leadership wondered if being the cheap, easily available health care option to the area’s needy patients...

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Office Facilities and Design -- FPM Topic Collection

Jun 29, 2016 - ...04/01/2013 Redesigning Your Work Space to Support Team-Based Care Preparing for a Disaster 09/01/1999 Could Your Office Cope With Disaster? 05/01/1998 Five Steps to Recovering Flood-Damaged Records 12/01/2018 How to Prepare for and Survive a Violent Patient...

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Opinion: Beyond Burnout: Addressing System-Induced Distress

...a deep sense of altruism and proven resilience. Our health care system, on the other hand, is broken: It is configured around and constrained by warped financial incentives, which often conflict with patient-centric values.5 It is hampered by many areas of inefficiency. In the...

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Optimizing the Role of Nursing Staff to Enhance Physician Productivity: One Physician's...

Aug 1, 2013 - When capable nurses are given greater responsibility for each patient encounter, good results follow.

Family Practice Management : Articles

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p10.pdf

...care, generate additional net revenue, and prepare your practice for the future. Adding HEALTH EDUCATION SPECIALISTS to Your Practice M. Lee Chambliss, MD, MSPH, Suzanne N. Lineberry, MPH, MCHES, CHC, William M. Evans, MPH, MCHES, CHC, and Daniel L. Bibeau, PhD, CHC P...

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p11.pdf

...Taking a systematic, team-based approach can make these services valuable for physicians and patients. MAKING Medicare Wellness Visits WORK IN PRACTICE Arnold E. Cuenca, DO, CAQSM More than 1.3 million Medicare patients have taken advantage of the annual wellness visit...

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p12.pdf

...Some practices have had great success in improving access with this model, while others have failed. A study of six primary care practices found that five of the six improved access but none achieved same-day access, and the improvements were often not sustainable over time.2 A...

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p12.pdf

...In Defense of Direct Primary Care Philip Eskew, DO, JD, MBA Direct primary care will continue to grow because it empowers price transparency, quality, and patient satisfaction. Direct primary care (DPC) is a growing movement across the United States involving at least 429...

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p13.pdf

...The degree to which pediatric patients are up-to-date on recommended immunizations is a key quality metric of well-child care - for both the patient and the practice. Inadequate immuniza- tion can increase the risk of acquiring serious infectious diseases. Low rates of immunization...

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p13.pdf

...the work life of physicians to help them avoid burnout is such an important goal that researchers are now calling it the fourth aim of health care, next to improving population health, enhancing the patient experience, and reducing costs.1 Clearly, it’s a big deal. ➤ © R O B...

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p14.pdf

...challenges in today’s health care environment, the importance of leadership from family physicians cannot be understated. Influencing policy, trail-blazing new practice models, helping to shift the focus from health care to health, leading effective care teams in clinics, or...

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p15.pdf

...led to a new set of buzz words - accountable care, value-based care, and shared savings, to name just a few. Although the lingo is new, the goal has remained the same for the past 20 years: to find a way to integrate our fragmented health care system. One of the leading ideas...

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p15.pdf

...Patient satisfaction scores are increasingly affecting reimbursement for medical care as value-based purchasing becomes more prevalent. Succeeding in this payment model requires physicians and their organizations to first understand how patients judge ser- vice quality and then to...

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p15.pdf

...to primary care services in the United States is in a state of crisis as the demand for primary care services outpaces our supply of primary care physi- cians. The U.S. population is plagued with chronic diseases, which place an increasing burden on pri- mary care practices. The...

Family Practice Management

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p18.pdf

...of Family Medicine (FFM) report published in 2004 called for a new, idealized model of care that had 11 key elements:1• Personal medical home, • Patient-centered care, • Team approach to care, • Elimination of barriers to access, • Advanced information systems, including a...

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p19.pdf

...Delivering patient-centered care using a team-based approach can require significant changes in how work is distributed - changes that may meet resistance, create anxiety, and necessitate developing new levels of trust and communication among physicians and staff. Our practice, a family...

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p19.pdf

...As the health care system undergoes tremendous change and the primary care physician shortage continues, family physicians are repeatedly being asked to see more patients in less time while providing greater care coordination than ever before. It is therefore not surprising that...

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https://www.aafp.org/fpm/2017/0300/p19.pdf

p20.pdf

...Redesigning Your Work Space to Support Team-Based Care rimary care physicians face an overwhelming volume of work. According to one estimate, man- aging patients’ direct patient care, chronic care, and preventive care needs in the current system would require 21.7 hours per...

Family Practice Management

https://www.aafp.org/fpm/2013/0300/p20.pdf

p23.pdf

...TEAM-BASED CARE: Saving Time and Improving Efficiency Kevin D. Hopkins, MD, and Christine A. Sinsky, MD This used to be the start of a typical day in my (Dr. Hopkins’) office: 18-25 patient visits on the schedule, 30 test results in my inbox, and 20 phone encounters that I...

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p23.pdf

...Setting a goal, identifying the right patients, and implementing team care can help bring hypertension under control. Improving Blood Pressure Control With Strategic Workflows Arnold E. Cuenca, DO, CAQSM, FAAFP The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports...

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p23.pdf

...More than three-quarters of hospital- and office-based care is provided using electronic health records (EHRs), and significant government incentives (and penalties) are increasing that percentage.1,2 Incentives aside, most of us adopt EHRs to improve the efficiency, quality, and...

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p23.pdf

...in 2004 with a state diabetes registry program that taught my nurses and me the value of having patient-spe- cific reports at the point of care and population reports for investigating trends and goal plan- ning. Culture is critical to quality improvement work, and this program laid...

Family Practice Management

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p24.pdf

...Meeting patients’ needs for access to care is one of the most frustrating challenges fam-ily physicians face. Physicians generally want to provide care for their patients at all times - when they are sick and when they are healthy, for acute care or for routine check-ups - but doing...

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p25.pdf

...we are learning the extent to which Medi- care payment will be transformed.1 Our payments will now be directly connected to the quality and cost of the care we provide. Those of us who provide higher quality, lower cost care will be paid more, and those who do not will be paid...

Family Practice Management

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p25.pdf

...of providing health care from payers to physicians and other health care providers by tying reimbursement to value. This shift is part of an effort to achieve the triple aim of improving population health, reducing health care costs, and improving the patient care experience. The...

Family Practice Management

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p26.pdf

...published in the Annals of Family Medicine, researchers estimated the number of hours a primary care physician would have to work each day to provide recommended chronic disease care to an average panel of 2,500 patients.1 Looking at the 10 most common diseases only, they found that...

Family Practice Management

https://www.aafp.org/fpm/2012/0500/p26.pdf

p27.pdf

...disease care is a team sport that requires a clear game plan. AN ORGANIZED APPROACH TO CHRONIC DISEASE CARE ROBERT K. LYON, MD, AND JAMES G. SLAWSON, MD S T U A R T B R A D F O R D A s primary care physicians, we spend the majority of our time caring for...

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p28.pdf

...Steer patients away from inappropriate and overused procedures that can diminish health care. About the Authors Dr. Lin is associate professor of family medicine, director of the Robert L. Phillips Jr. Health Policy Fellowship at Georgetown University School of Medicine in...

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p29.pdf

...T he number of patients a physician can effectively care for is not unlimited. Having a panel of manageable size promotes higher quality care by enabling physicians to see their patients in a timely manner without inevitably off-loading them to other providers, which can reduce...

Family Practice Management

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p3.pdf

...Will team-based care be our salvation? Do you sometimes feel inadequate? Time pressured? Are you overwhelmed by all the care recommen-dations you are expected to meet? In 2003, Yarnall et al. from Duke University’s Depart- ment of Community and Family Medicine published an...

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p32.pdf

...owned nonprofit health care system located in Anchorage, Alaska, has a story to tell. Ten years ago, SCF was a typical, inefficient health care system. Patients had to wait weeks to get an appointment and had to wait again when coming into the office. Care was impersonal. Patients...

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p32.pdf

...one. Instead, they’re stuck trying to adapt to a generic office footprint, and the space is rarely optimized for the delivery of primary care. However, there are things medical practices can do to make the best out of a tough situation. As a practice enhancement facilitator at...

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p35.pdf

...conditions.2 The time their physicians need to effectively address chronic conditions, provide recommended preven- tive health care, and treat acute problems far exceeds the number of hours available in a physician’s day.3,4 Although medications for chronic illnesses play a major...

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p38.pdf

...Improve your team’s effectiveness A high-functioning team is criti-cal to the success of a medical practice. What steps can you take to improve its effectiveness? • Create a mission review card that staff members can fill out and turn in when they observe repeated actions or...

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p40.pdf

...The definitions can vary among payers and accrediting organizations, and they often include buzz words such as team-based care, shared deci- sion making, or risk-stratified care management. Forget those definitions for a moment. To best describe what a patient-centered medical...

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p5.pdf

...How can we be more efficient in primary care? How can we focus on doing things only physicians are trained to do and avoid doing clerical tasks and other things that less expensive employees can perform? Going even further, how can we make everyone in the office more productive,...

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p5.pdf

...in family medicine, differences between the needs of employed family physicians and owner physicians, and the rapid pace of change in health care delivery, among other things, complicate this task. But deciding what topics to target is actually the easier part. Because FPM is a...

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p6.pdf

...no (those who have declined for reasons we have yet to explore). After eight years of working together, we have developed a team-based routine that has improved our efficiency and effectiveness in getting our patients vaccinated. The nurse’s role: Setting the stage I (Crues)...

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p7.pdf

...In 2008, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania began a statewide chronic care initiative to adopt the patient-centered medical home (PCMH). The initial target disease was diabetes. Our research team, comprising experts in medicine, communication, social work, and practice facilitation,...

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p8.pdf

...Advancing Multidisciplinary Team Care Elizabeth Joy, MD, MPH A novel approach to treating patients with eating disorders may be a model for those with other complex conditions. Up to 10 million females and 1 million males suffer from anorexia nervosa or bulimia nervosa in the...

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Panel Size: Answers to Physicians' Frequently Asked Questions -- FPM

Dec 1, 2007 - Does one size fit all? What do you do if your patient panel is too big - or too small? The experts answer these questions and more.

Family Practice Management : Articles

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Patient Attribution: Why It Matters More Than Ever -- FPM

Dec 1, 2016 - How payers assign patients to you will affect how your practice is evaluated and paid for value in the future.

Family Practice Management : Articles

https://www.aafp.org/fpm/2016/1100/p25.html

Physician Burnout & Work-Life Balance -- FPM Topic Collection

Jul 19, 2010 - This article collection features popular FPM content on the subject of life balance -- from finding joy in your work to blending work and family. This article collection features popular FPM content on the subject of life balance -- from finding joy in your work to blending work and ...

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Physician Leadership Lessons From the Business World -- FPM

Dec 1, 2016 - Every physician is a leader at some level. Here's how to be a better one.

Family Practice Management : Articles

https://www.aafp.org/fpm/2016/1100/p14.html

Physician Leadership: A New Model for a New Generation -- Family Practice Management

...the leader’s attitudes and behaviors have a direct impact on morale, employee retention and customer service. Following the spirit of team-based care outlined by the Future of Family Medicine project,2 the physician leader sets a tone that defines his or her practice. What’s your...

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https://www.aafp.org/fpm/2006/0200/p51.pdf

Physician Leadership: A New Model for a New Generation -- FPM

Feb 1, 2006 - Today's leaders need more than vision and a high IQ.

Family Practice Management : Articles

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Planned Care: Some Assembly Required -- FPM

May 1, 2006 - (But each piece is useful in itself.)

Family Practice Management : From the Editor

https://www.aafp.org/fpm/2006/0500/p14.html

Practice Diary - Oct 2003 -- FPM

Oct 1, 2003 - ...their last visit, Marsha had driven Mom all around the Bay Area and was still working full time as a bookkeeper. Now, she couldn’t even take care of herself. Congestive heart failure had rendered her oxygen-reliant, and she was bed bound and wheelchair dependent. She was nearly...

Family Practice Management : Practice Diary

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Practice Efficiency -- FPM Topic Collection

Jul 21, 2010 - This article collection features popular FPM content on the subject of practice efficiency. This article collection features popular FPM content on the subject of practice efficiency.

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