Practice Facilitators are specially trained individuals who work with community care practices to enable meaningful changes designed to improve patients' outcomes and clinic processes. They help physicians and quality improvement teams develop the skills they need to implement and adapt evidence-based practices to the specific circumstance of their practice environment. They are a key resource in the transformation efforts toward the Patient's Medical Home and Health Neighbourhood.
ACTT is pleased to provide a suite of practice facilitation tools and resources for practice facilitators and the organizations that support them.
Literature summaries and evidence supporting the Patient's Medical Home will continue to be posted.
Growing Practice Facilitation in Primary Care - Evidence Summary (Infographic)
Growing Practice Facilitation in Primary Care - Full Evidence Review