In this archived video, MacColl Director Michael Parchman discusses implementation science and its place in the translational research spectrum. Recorded October 9, 2015 for the National Institutes of Health Collaboratory Grand Rounds series.
"Third space health care" - Dr. Paul Burgess on primary care innovations
In this video, Dr Paul Burgess—a Commonwealth Fund Harkness Health Policy Fellow from Australia’s Northern territory who recently spent a year with the MacColl team —shares how innovations pioneered for vulnerable populations are shaping the future of primary care in the US, and creating a “third space” where primary care teams’ capabilities and functions are being augmented for better patient care.
Implementation Science video
This May 2015 talk given by MacColl Center Director Michael Parchman Md, MPH at the Institute for Translational Health Sciences (ITHS) discusses why implementation science is important, outlines common theories and frameworks, and provides examples of current work being done in the field.
Primary Care for Patients with Complex Health Care Needs: Lessons from LEAP
Ed Wagner on Caring for Complex Patients: BRIDGES Conference 2014 Keynote
Building Bridges to Integrate Care (BRIDGES) is a Toronto-based incubator for innovative models to integrate care across the continuum and across disciplines for people with complex chronic disease. Watch this video to learn more about Ed Wagner's thoughts about the challenges of caring for complex patients, including current lack of evidence for creating clinical guidelines, the complications of multiple medications, providers and services, and the lack of coordination between physicians, services and agencies.
Multiple Chronic Conditions: A Day in the Life
“Multiple Chronic Conditions: A Day in the Life,” is an animated video revolving around the experiences of a woman living with several chronic conditions who struggles to stay abreast of the instructions, treatments and prescriptions she receives from a variety of health care providers.
New Roles for RNs in Primary Care: LEAP Webinar Series #6
The role of registered nurses in primary care is undergoing pressures from expanded MA roles and from the cost cutting efforts of practices as they try to stay competitive financially. "New Roles for RNs in Primary Care" was recorded in May 2014, and featured speakers from LEAP sites EOMA, Harvard Vanguard, and Martin's Point.
New Roles for Lay People in Primary Care: LEAP Webinar Series #5
With pressure to be more efficient and to introduce new types of interventions into care, practices are creating new roles for existing clinical team members and expanding the roles of team members with no prior clinical training.
Transformative Change: LEAP Webinar Series #4
What makes change transformative? The "Transformative Change" webinar was recorded in March 2014, and features speakers from LEAP sites at Dartmouth Hitchcock, Harvard Vanguard, and The Wright Center.
Building the Optimal Primary Care Team: LEAP Webinar Series #3
In Building the Optimal Primary Care Team, three LEAP teams present their team models and discuss the care and nurturing of an optimal care team. We ask these questions: how are optimal teams configured, what models are developing, and what techniques and processes help form, sustain and develop teams?