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'Practice Leaders in Medical Homes' Training Course Launched

August 11, 2009 | 1 Minute Read

At the end of July, the Roger C. Lipitz Center for Integrated Health Care, in conjunction with the Center for Teaching and Learning with Technology, launched the "Practice Leaders in Medical Homes" online training course. The course provides practicing physicians and other practice leaders with an awareness of the competencies needed to facilitate a medical home. It is an on-demand course composed of nine one-hour modules. Each module includes self-assessment questions, a short reading, a narrated presentation, a case study, a video vignette, final assessment questions, and a list of additional resources.  The Lipitz Center recruited national content experts to help develop the nine course modules.

The list of modules in the training course is as follows:

  • Module 1: Assessing Readiness to Change into a Medical Home, by Mindi McKenna, PhD, MBA
  • Module 2: Leading Change in Medical Homes, by Alan Lazaroff, MD
  • Module 3: Health Information Technology in Medical Homes, by Chad Boult, MD, MPH, MBA
  • Module 4: Interdisciplinary Teams in Medical Homes, by Ron Stock, MD, MA
  • Module 5: Communicating with Patients of Medical Homes, by Danelle Cayea, MD, MS
  • Module 6: Supporting Patient Self-Management within Medical Homes, by Margaret Gadon, MD, MPH
  • Module 7: Care Management in Medical Homes, by Bruce Leff, MD
  • Module 8: Continuity of Care for Patients of Medical Homes, by Cynthia Boyd, MD, MPH
  • Module 9: Managing the Medical Home, by David Dorr, MD, MS

Tuition for is $15 per module.  At the end of each module, successful learners will receive a certificate of completion. CME credit is also available.

For more information about this training course, please see the Web site for the "Practice Leaders in Medical Homes" online training course