Patient Advisory Councils: Words of Wisdom from a Practice Coach and Physician in Rural and Urban Primary Care Settings
Wednesday December 17, 2014 3:00 PM EST
Dr. Aimee English and Ms. Christin Sutter
This webinar will describe the purpose and benefits of a Patient Advisory Council (PAC) in primary care practice and identify methods to establish and sustain a successful PAC. Specifically, the presenters will:
- Explain the nuts and bolts of starting a patient advisory groups and offer resources;
- Share stories of our personal experiences with patient advisory groups; and
- Address concerns about having/starting a patient advisory group from the audience.
Aimee English is a family physician practicing in Denver, CO. She is currently doing a practice Transformation fellowship through the University of Colorado Denver. She is particularly interested in patient engagement and improving complex patient care, both as they relate to practice transformation and residency education.
| ||Christin Sutter is a Quality Improvement Coach and Community Liaison for the High Plains Research Network. Ms. Sutter joined the HPRN in 2006, and during this time has worked with primary care clinics and community in the nine counties of northeastern Colorado to implement, maintain, and evaluate research studies. She has contributed to projects on colon cancer, asthma, home blood pressure management, childhood obesity, behavioral health and cancer survivorship. Ms. Sutter is currently working as a Quality Improvement Coach for clinics in eastern Colorado who are doing practice transformation work through a variety of different initiatives.|
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