To bring more AMA resources to the TCPI community, the AMA launched a monthly webinar series. The "Share, Listen, Learn" series delivered the topics that practices need to meet the five phases of practice transformation and thrive in the future. The series makes resources available in one place and provides simple yet instructive information on topics that relate to practice transformation.

Share, Listen, Learn series

This webinar series helped organizations and practices with health care transformation to value-based care by sharing existing resources, listening and participating in recorded events, and learning from the AMA Ed Hub on topics that relate to TCPI goals.

Stepwise mini-series

These webinars provided physicians with the tools and support to further develop their comprehensive quality improvement strategies. This mini-series, based off of the Transforming Clinical Practice Initiative (TCPI) practice assessment tool, covered various topic areas, including how to manage electronic health record (EHR) vendors for best reporting tactics, developing strategies to handle physician burnout and learning skills for working with high-risk patients.

Phase 2: Developing goals for your transformation strategy

Phase 3: Performing in Practice on Transformation aims

Phase 4: Achieving your Transformation benchmarks

  • Whole person care
    Aug. 7, 2018 – Greg Wolverton
  • Operational efficiency
    Aug. 14, 2018 – Beth Averbeck, MD
  • Use of HIT
    Aug. 21, 2018 – Sarah Chouinard, MD
  • Evidence-based care
    Aug. 28, 2018 – Anna Ratzliff, MD, PhD

Phase 5: Thriving in Alternative Payment approaches

Opioid safety mini-series

This monthly webinar series focused on the topic of opioid safety. These webinars featured subject matter experts from member organizations of the AMA’s Opioid Task Force, and covered topics that included prescription drug monitoring programs (PDMPs), patient and family perspectives, and patient screening and the use of pain contracts.

  • Guidelines for prescribing opioids
    July 11, 2018 – Lisa Robin, MLA
  • Patient screening and use of pain contracts
    Aug. 8, 2018 – Robert Rich, MD
  • Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs
    Sept 12, 2018 – Dan Buffington, PharmD, MBA
  • Non-pharmacologic approaches to pain management
    Oct. 10, 2018 – Steve DeToy, Daniel Blaney-Koen, JD
  • Psychologically-integrated approaches to pain management
    Nov. 14, 2018 – Elie Aoun, MD
  • Patient and family perspectives
    Dec. 12, 2018 – Beth Hogans, MS, MD, PhD

Patient and family engagement mini-series

These webinars focused on various aspects of patient and family engagement. The webinars provided physicians and the care team with strategies and support for further incorporation of PFE into the practice. Webinars covered topics such as shared decision making and systemizing medication management.

Social determinants of health mini-series

Physicians from different areas of the country reflected on social determinants of health (SDOH) from many perspectives including women’s health, mental health, LGBTQ healthcare, and Hispanic and African American populations. Faculty members in these webinars addressed how to build and sustain community linkages to address SDOH in your practice. The series explored how SDOH competencies such as cultural competency, partnership skills, and empathy can be built.

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