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Person-Centered Care: Equip, Enable, Empower, & Engage Persons in Their Health

Person-Centered Care: Equip, Enable, Empower, & Engage Persons in Their Health
Target Audience: PT, PTA, OT, OTA, AT, SLP, RN
Levels:
PT/PTA: Intermediate
OT/OTA: Intermediate
AT: Intermediate
SLP: Intermediate
RN: Intermediate

If Approved, Status applies to “Live” requirement for:

PT: AL, AZ, AR, DC, FL, IL, IN, KY, NE,
NJ, NC, OK, TX, VA
OT: DE, FL, NY, TN, AOTA
AT: BOC
SLP: CA, CT, MS, ASHA
According to the Institute of Medicine, patient or person-centered care is defined as “providing care that is respectful of, and responsive to, individual patient preferences, needs and values, ensuring that patient values guide all clinical decisions.” It has been demonstrated that patients and families who are equipped, enabled, empowered, and engaged regarding their care have increased adherence to treatment recommendations, better clinical outcomes, and healthier lifestyle choices. To become a person-centric healthcare provider, professionals will need to balance the most appropriate clinical outcomes alongside a person’s personal circumstances, resources, preferences, and goals. During this presentation components of person-centered care and emerging evidence related to shared decision making, patient activation and engagement, self-management, and coordinated and integrated care transitions with be discussed.
In order to receive credit for this webinar participants must attend the webinar for the full duration, complete the quiz with a minimum score of 70%, and complete the participant survey.
Those who do not pass initially are given the opportunity to re-take the quiz.

Meet Your Instructor

Aimee E. Perron PT, DPT, NCS, CEEAA Aimee E. Perron PT, DPT, NCS, CEEAA
Aimee E. Perron PT, DPT, NCS, CEEAA received her BS in Health Studies and MS in Physical Therapy from Boston University and her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Massachusetts General Hospital - Institute of Health Professions. She achieved American Physical Therapy Association Board Certification as a Neurologic Clinical Specialist in 2008. She has over 20 years of experience in a multitude of clinical settings with the majority of experience with people with neuromuscular deficits and older adults. She also has extensive training and is certified as a Geriatric Certified Expert for the Aging Adult (CEEAA), Neuro-Developmental Treatment (NDT), and in LSVT BIG. Aimee is currently a Regional Clinical Director for Genesis Rehabilitation Services (GRS) where her primary role is in supporting evidence-based service delivery and top of license practice throughout New England. She also serves as a GRS Master Clinician in Neurology and Strength Training for the Older Adult. In addition, Aimee is Lab Instructor for Massachusetts General Hospital – Institute of Health Profession for the entry-level DPT program neurological courses. She has conducted nationwide seminars on the assessment and treatment of patients with neurological deficits, spasticity management, balance challenges, strength training, and aging adults.

Learning Objectives

  • Describe foundational elements and general principles of person-centered care
  • Describe how the person-centered care model fits in with the priorities of the current health care arena
  • Understand the importance of determining and incorporating a person’s values, preferences, and expressed needs into each plan of care
  • Evaluate the difference between task-oriented care versus shared decision-making
  • Identify assessments tools used to determine a person’s level of activation related to their current state of health
  • Apply learned concepts to better equip, enable, engage, and empower clients in making treatment decisions and becoming more active participants in their own self-care
  • Provide resources to support health care professionals and organizations in creating partnerships that result in shared decision-making with clients and their caregivers
  • Describe the importance of organizations having coordinated and integrated care as it related to discharge planning, better outcomes, and improved care transitions
  • Apply learned concepts and strategies to promote person-centered and population health care through case-based examples and learning assessment

Agenda

5:00pm-5:30pm Chapter 1: What is Person-Centered Care?
5:30pm-6:00pm Chapter 2: The Patient Experience
6:00pm-6:30pm Chapter 3: Transformation of Health Care Professionals
6:30pm-6:40pm Break
6:40pm-7:10pm Chapter 4: Organization Care Delivery and Transitions in Care
7:10pm-7:40pm Chapter 5: What About Population Health?
7:40pm-7:45pm Break
7:45pm-8:15pm Question & Answer Session
LIVE WEBINAR

Jul 30, 2019

5:00pm – 8:15pm (EDT)

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