The Path Forward: Track Two
Track 2 consists of a variety of learning programs including Project ECHO sessions (Weitzman ECHO COVID-19), small-group activity sessions, and QI webinars. Project ECHO sessions share best practices and tools from across the country, and then related activity sessions and QI resources assist participants with implementing change at their organizations. Topics include: telehealth, oral health, COVID-19 clinical reviews, and health professions training. CME credits are available for all ECHO sessions.
Activity sessions will be scheduled for selected Project ECHO sessions. ECHO attendees will be invited to register for all activity sessions.
Activity sessions will be scheduled for selected Project ECHO sessions in order to walk participants through creating real tools and workflows for use at their own organizations. ECHO attendees will be invited to register for all activity sessions.
Health Professions Student Training (COVID-19 Edition)
Wednesday, September 2 | 3:30-4:30 PM ET
Best practices for adapting your health professions training and strategies for sustaining training through the COVID-19 pandemic. CHC developed a sustainable organizational framework to effectively train health professions students. The model established a sustainable training program that reduces burden on staff and maximizes educational outcomes for the students and trainees. While CHC has identified best practices for eliminating obstacles that arise, COVID-19 has created new barriers requiring adaptation of our model. CHC is committed to training health professions students through the pandemic with the motivation to prevent a long-term shortage of primary care providers in the future.
The below resources capture CHC’s best practices for sustaining its program and tackling complicated processes involved in following CDC guidelines, developing an online learning infrastructure, maintaining/adapting affiliation agreements, adapting IT needs, and implementing supplemental learning opportunities.
Quality Improvement Webinars
Two quality improvement webinars will be offered to provide participants with strategies for helping frontline teams implement change and workflow improvements during the Path Forward. Check back for dates and times.
Weitzman ECHO on COVID-19
This program aims to foster a sense of community, offer needed information, and help you better serve your patients and communities throughout these turbulent times. Join our interactive learning series led by multiple experts and practitioners to discuss emergency preparedness, operations, and clinical care during COVID-19.
These sessions are designed for primary care practitioners & care teams.
Sessions are held twice-monthly, on the first and third Wednesdays of each month.
We will continue to extend the series as the pandemic continues.
To view upcoming topics, and to view past Weitzman ECHO COVID-19 recordings click here.