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  • Identify ideas to improve internal communication

  • Introduce opportunities for staff to influence practice improvements

  • Manipulate job descriptions and performance evaluation templates

10 days remaining
  • Work with clinicians, staff, and patients/families to develop a process to identify barriers to appropriate medication use.

  • Analyze the strengths and weaknesses of various approaches to support appropriate use of medications. 

  • Collaborate with patient and family advisors to review and co-design patient education materials that meet health literacy standards and include patient and family-centered language.

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  • Explore the benefits of person and family engagement (PFE) in an ambulatory practice including improving joy in practice through deeper and more meaningful connection with patients and families

  • Identify specific actions at point-of-care that facilitate meaningful and productive partnerships with patients and families, improve quality metrics, and lead to better patient outcomes 

  • Accelerate practice transformation and facilitate value-based reimbursement by embedding PFE into your operations

  • Learn the basic principle of Motivational Interviewing (MI) to support patient behavioral change.

  • Integrate “Motivational Interviewing” (MI) into clinical practice.

  • Use “Motivational Interviewing” (MI) effectively.

  • Create a Policy & Procedure so all staff know their respective roles.

  • Use validated tools to screen patients for substance use.

  • Use "brief interventions" effectively.