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Practice Based Learning and Quality Improvement

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The ability to assess and continually improve the services delivered as an individual provider and as an interprofessional team. Examples include: identifying and implementing evidence-based practices; assessing treatment fidelity; measuring consumer satisfaction and healthcare outcomes; recognizing and rapidly addressing errors in care; and collaborating with other team members on service improvement.

  1. Search and evaluate the literature for evidence of the most effective interventions for specific health conditions.
     
  2. Apply relevant practice guidelines to the delivery of care.
     
  3. Deliver evidence-based, integrated approaches to the treatment of health conditions, adapting them to the population, treatment setting, and local system of care.
     
  4. Assess the fidelity of team-based care to evidence-based treatment models.
     
  5. Identify and rapidly address errors in care and assist in implementing policies and procedures to reduce future errors.
     
  6. Measure and monitor individual health outcomes in collaboration with the consumer, adjusting care plans based on outcome data.
     
  7. Monitor healthcare consumer and family satisfaction with care on multiple dimensions and adjust care and practice patterns based on the feedback.
     
  8. Recognize the importance of monitoring client outcomes in the aggregate and demonstrate an ability to read and interpret outcomes monitoring reports.
     
  9. Monitor aggregate consumer health care outcomes and collaborate with the team in improving the process of care based on the data.
     
  10. Collaborate with the healthcare organization and other local healthcare agencies to continuously assess and improve service system design.
     
  11. Establish and pursue individual and team-based learning and improvement goals.

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The ability to assess and continually improve the services delivered as an individual provider and as an interprofessional team. Examples include: identifying and implementing evidence-based practices; assessing treatment fidelity; measuring consumer satisfaction and healthcare outcomes; recognizing and rapidly addressing errors in care; and collaborating with other team members on service improvement.

  1. Search and evaluate the literature for evidence of the most effective interventions for specific health conditions.
     
  2. Apply relevant practice guidelines to the delivery of care.
     
  3. Deliver evidence-based, integrated approaches to the treatment of health conditions, adapting them to the population, treatment setting, and local system of care.
     
  4. Assess the fidelity of team-based care to evidence-based treatment models.
     
  5. Identify and rapidly address errors in care and assist in implementing policies and procedures to reduce future errors.
     
  6. Measure and monitor individual health outcomes in collaboration with the consumer, adjusting care plans based on outcome data.
     
  7. Monitor healthcare consumer and family satisfaction with care on multiple dimensions and adjust care and practice patterns based on the feedback.
     
  8. Recognize the importance of monitoring client outcomes in the aggregate and demonstrate an ability to read and interpret outcomes monitoring reports.
     
  9. Monitor aggregate consumer health care outcomes and collaborate with the team in improving the process of care based on the data.
     
  10. Collaborate with the healthcare organization and other local healthcare agencies to continuously assess and improve service system design.
     
  11. Establish and pursue individual and team-based learning and improvement goals.

Return to the full list of core competencies for integrated care >>

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