AMCNO Co-Sponsors Event Offered by the American Medical Association, Johns Hopkins University and Health Services Advisory Group

The Academy of Medicine of Cleveland & Northern Ohio (AMCNO) is pleased to co-sponsor an event at our offices on Saturday, June 27. Please plan to join the American Medical Association, Johns Hopkins University, and the Health Services Advisory Group at this event to learn about evidence-based best practices to improve blood pressure (BP) control of your patients.

During this four-hour immersion, we will cover the core elements, key tools, resources and case studies that highlight successful implementation of best practices. You will be introduced to the science and logistics of improving care, including practical examples of how to overcome barriers that impede BP control. From treatment regimens to adaptive change methods, we will describe the most effective approaches to achieving BP control in your practice or health center. This event serves as a kickoff to a curriculum for the “Improving Health Outcomes: Blood Pressure (IHO: BP)” program. IHO:BP was created to engage primary care teams in achieving optimal BP control.  

Improvement efforts succeed through the investment of key stakeholders, including health system leads, project team leads and clinical and non-clinical staff. After attending this kickoff with other members of your care team, participants will be offered a modularized Web-based curriculum that is designed to address staff engagement, local culture and contextual factors to embed evidence-based best practices into existing care. Each module consists of a pre-recorded podcast (no more than 30 minutes) and a "Share your experiences" webinar for practices and health centers to virtually convene and further discuss learnings.  

Who Should Attend: Physicians and their primary care staff (e.g., medical assistant, nurse practitioner, office manager, etc.). CME is provided for this program. 

For more information on the event and to register click here

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