Health Care Essentials and Care Management

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PCDC’s Yael Lipton leads an interactive training on Essentials of Care Management

In today’s health care landscape, providers are expected to build strong relationships with patients, keep patients engaged in care delivery, and coordinate patient needs. They must be excellent communicators, understand the impact of living with a chronic condition, and identify and address root causes of poor health. Furthermore, providers want to use behavioral change and health literacy techniques to help patients self-manage their health.

PCDC offers training to help providers meet — and exceed — these ever-growing expectations. These comprehensive trainings empower both direct service providers and leadership to build patient-centered practices.

PCDC’s tools and trainings are customizable depending on the client’s needs and can be offered onsite or remotely. Contact us to learn more.

Trainings Offered:

  • Addressing the Social Determinants of Health
  • Best Practices in Person-Centered Health Risk Assessments and Care Plans
  • Chronic Conditions 101 for Care Managers and Non-Licensed Staff
  • Cultural Competency and Humility: How Culture Affects Health
  • Essentials of Care Management (multi-part series)
  • Health Literacy: Delivering Health Education that Works
  • Intimate Partner Violence: Understanding, Screening, and Responding
  • Leadership in Care Management: What Your Teams Need from You
  • Managing the New Frontier: Supporting and Leading Care Management Teams
  • Medication Management and Adherence
  • More than Calories: Nutrition and Meaning of Food in Chronic Disease Management
  • Motivational Interviewing for Chronic Disease Self-Management
  • Motivational Interviewing for Social Needs Screening
  • Person-Centered Care and Care Plans Using SMART Goals
  • Person-Centered Care for Older Adults: Challenging the ‘Keep Them Safe’ Attitude
  • Professional Boundaries and Self-Care
  • Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment
  • Supervision in Care Management
  • Team-Based Care for Chronic Disease Management
  • Transitions of Care
  • Trauma and Trauma-Informed Care

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