Training Primary Care Workforce in Evolving Healthcare Delivery Models – Pam McFadden
This project supports development of the current primary care workforce in RHP 10 through providing updated primary care training programs including training on the medical home and chronic care models, disease registry use for population health management, the importance of pneumonia vaccinations in the elderly and other methods to treat diabetes.
Targeted patient population:
- Low-income, uninsured patients, age 18 and above
- This project is holding educational sessions for the primary care workforce of RHP 10 via live, on-line and enduring materials.
- This project is also forging relationships with rural providers and partnering with the Cornerstone Charitable Clinic in Fort Worth, part of the Cornerstone Assistance Network.
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