Use the drop-down list below to browse our collection of webinars by type and topic. Learn more about upcoming webinars by clicking on the titles in the sidebar. Anyone can register for a live webinar or view a recorded webinar at no charge.
You've submitted your 2015 data to CMS under requirements for PQRS and/or MU and/or another program. Your feelings are:
This webinar will draw from the ACE Study findings as well as promising clinical practice to explore how ACEs and Resiliency impact individual and family well-being. Participants will learn how some practices are screening, identifying, and addressing ACEs and Resilience among their patient populations.
We are continuing our Metric Monday webinar series with an exploration of Developmental Screenings. This webinar will provide an in-depth review of the measure and the data from 2014 as published by Q Corp in the 2015 Statewide Report.
PCPCI Please join Q Corp staff for a monthly orientation to the resources available to primary care practices and other stakeholders through the Patient-Centered Primary Care Institute. This 30 minute orientation is limited to up to 20 participants each session, and is an ideal welcome for people who are new to their positions within primary care transformation.
Orientations are held the last Tuesday of every month. To register yourself or someone else within your organization email firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
The National Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) is an evidence based lifestyle change program that has demonstrated the ability to reduce the risk for transitioning from prediabetes to type 2 diabetes by 58%. In order to meet the needs of the 86 million Americans with prediabetes we need all hands on deck!
Panel management is necessary to track and care for patients with complex care and support needs. Often, it is the cornerstone to better planned visits and ensures accountability in chronic disease management and improved care. This webinar will highlight traditional and non-traditional models.
The focus of this Metric Monday webinar will be Adolescent Well-Care visits. Metric expert Cindy McElhaney will provide an in-depth review of the measure and the data as published by Q Corp in the 2015 Statewide Report.
This webinar is the first installment in a series of Metric Monday webinars hosted by Q Corp! The focus of this Metric Monday webinar will be the CCO quality metric, chlamydia screening in women ages 16-24. This webinar will provide an in-depth review of the measure and the screening data from 2015.
With the New Year, many of your patients may be thinking about setting weight loss goals - but maybe this is a great time to talk with your patients about weight management. This webinar will articulate research and tools to help providers have these conversations with their patients and plan strategies around weight management.
Upon completion of this webinar, participants will be able to:
Please join us for a discussion about Healthcare Metric and Measure Alignment in Oregon. Would it be possible to align interests and create a core set of measures and metrics that reflect Oregon's progress toward achieving the Triple Aim? Please join us for a virtual, listening and dialogue session with colleagues from across the state.
Please join Q Corp staff for an overview of the 2015 Statewide Report.
Regardless of our role or organization, many of us spend at least some (if not most) of our working day in meetings. A recent survey on meetings found that almost 3 in 5 workers reported multitasking in status update meetings, and more than half would “rather do an unpleasant task” than participate in those meetings (Clarizen, 2015). Yikes! So how do you know if you are leading or attending good meetings? This webinar will review t
This webinar will describe the creation of a new pay-for-performance quality metric in Oregon: “Effective contraception use among women at risk of unintended pregnancy”. We will discuss the development of the metric, the goals of adding it to the pay-for-performance set for CCOs, and how it parallels national work to build a contraception metric that would be eligible for national endorsement. We will also cover strategies for clinical systems to improve their performance on the contraception metric, and why contraception is a key preventive service for women of reproductive age.