Webinar 1: Model for Improvement - Part 1 - Using the Model for Improvement to Improve Cancer Screening [posted Dec-20-2013] - Part 2 - CPCN Cervical Cancer Screening Process Development [posted Dec-20-2013] - Part 3 - Case Study: Colorectal Cancer Screening Process Improvement [posted Dec-20-2013]
Webinar 2: Guiding a Team Through Change - Managing Resistance [posted Dec-20-2013]Webinar 3: Measurement and Run ChartsWebinar 4: Teams and TeamworkWebinar 5: Starting the Locomotion of ChangeWebinar 6: EMR Tips for Effective Use and Reporting [posted Dec-20-2013]Webinar 7: Panel Challenges and Successes [posted Dec-20-2013]Webinar 8: Presenting Screening Results [posted Dec-20-2013]Webinar 9: Advanced Facilitation [posted Mar-28-2014]
Getting Started with the ASaP Provider Super FormThe following videos outline considerations and tips for general setup of the ASaP Provider Super Form on your computer and customizing an individual provider's form.
Using the ASaP Provider Super FormThe following videos outline the functionality that has been built into the ASaP Provider Super Form to aid you with this improvement work.
Like all family doctors, Anthony Train of Life Medical Clinic in Whitecourt was concerned about his patients’ cardiovascular health. He wanted to be more proactive in screening for and addressing risk. “I, myself, wasn’t sure how to quantify the patient’s cardiovascular risk. Our nurse [Lacey Barendregt], brought it to my attention that there was actually a cardiovascular risk calculator tool built into my electronic medical record.”
Since discovering the tool, Dr. Train and Lacey have incorporated it into their daily patient care routine; they believe it has resulted in improved patient self-management. According to Lacey, “[Patients] are really taking their overall health into consideration and making it a priority.” As Dr. Train concludes, “Everybody wins; it’s a no-brainer. You’ve got to do this in your practice.”
As with Dr. Train’s situation, many physicians have access to a CV risk calculator through their EMR. For those who do not, or prefer not to use the EMR version, the following online, mobile and paper versions are recommended: