The Patient-Centered Primary Care Institute brings together technical experts, health care providers and staff, patient advisors, policymakers, academic centers and others to gather and share valuable practice transformation knowledge and resources. The Institute connects practices in all stages of primary care home transformation to a broad array of technical assistance that meets their needs. Institute programs and resources help practices meet the standards of the Oregon Health Authority’s Patient-Centered Primary Care Home (PCPCH) recognition program, and achieve the Triple Aim.
The Patient-Centered Primary Care Institute’s objectives are to:
- Promote knowledge sharing through a website that features original webinars and categorized resources, interactive online learning modules, and stories from practices and transformation champions in a regularly updated blog.
- Facilitate collaborative learning by partnering practices with technical assistance experts who lead face-to-face learning sessions, offer at-the-elbow coaching, and provide a space for practice participants to receive and offer peer-to-peer support.
- Build capacity by offering avenues for transformation champions to collaborate, deploy resources collectively and improve the overall quality of the information and services available to primary care practices.
- Create alignment across efforts to improve primary care by identifying synergies, gaps, duplications and challenges, and connecting people to one another.
Learn more by visiting www.pcpci.org.
The Institute is a multi-stakeholder initiative managed by Q Corp.