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"Launching Integrated Care in Rural Primary Care Practices"

Sponsored by CFHA's Research and Program Evaluation Committee


Presented by Jeri Turgesen, PsyD and Mary Peterson, PhD


Thursday, August 10, 2017 at 1:00 PM EST




This webinar will provide a brief overview of the process for developing integrated care practices in rural primary care clinics. The process will include addressing the needs of different stakeholders (health plan, providers and patients) and the challenges of balancing competing expectations. Next we’ll review the training process including the development of a training “bootcamp”. We’ll conclude the seminar by discussing the need to clearly articulate and obtain agreement on outcome measures demonstrating program success.


Learning Objectives:

1.     Communicate the importance of integrated care to multiple stakeholders.

2.     Understand how to balance the needs of the different clinics and their respective populations.

3.     Develop training resources that are congruent with population health needs.

4.     Learn how to collaboratively identify and collect relevant outcomes data.


Mary Peterson, PhD, ABPP/CL 

  Mary Peterson, PhD, ABPP/CL is Professor and currently the Department Chairperson for the doctoral training program at George Fox University. She’s worked in training graduate students and early career professionals in integrated care since 2008. She works with multiple stakeholders in the development and support of population health including serving on the board of directors of the Oregon Psychological Association, the board of directors of the regional medical center, as a member of the Clinical Advisory Panel for the county health plan and regional representative for Federal Education Advocacy Coordinators.


 Jeri Turgesen, PsyD

Jeri Turgesen, PsyD is a Clinical Psychologist working in an integrated primary care setting for Providence Medical Group. Additionally, she is an adjunct faculty member for George Fox University and the lead Behavioral Health Provider for the Yamhill County CCO. Having trained exclusively in primary care settings, she is interested in workforce development and assists in student and professional training in primary care and medical settings. In addition, she serves as a member of the Quality Clinical Advisory Panel for the county health plan.  




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