Stanford Coordinated Care

Team Training Center

WHO: Clinical teams planning care for “high utilizers”

WHAT: Customized program planning workshop

WHEN: Two-day training, scheduled at your convenience

WHERE: Stanford Coordinated Care Clinic on the Stanford campus

WHY: Learn how to adapt Stanford Coordinated Care innovative care models to fit your setting

COST: The workshop fee is $15,000 for up to 8 participants over two days. Price does not include travel and lodging expenses.

About the Training

Stanford Coordinated Care, established by two nationally recognized leaders in innovative care model development, offers intensive planning workshops for teams caring for people with complex, chronic conditions. Join Stanford Coordinated Care’s staff and Co-Directors, Alan Glaseroff, MD, and Ann Lindsay, MD, for a 2-day workshop customized for your team. Learn how to create an effective new model that provides cost-effective quality care, supports positive behavior change in patients, and delivers care without overwhelming members of the care team.

Core Training Topics Include

  • Achieving true patient-centered care
  • Inspiring behavior change and effective self-management
  • Assessing patient to inform approaches of care
  • Measuring success (triple aim, registry and metrics)
  • Building your team: why and how
  • Incorporating integrative physical therapy
  • Recruiting the right patients
  • Implementing virtual visits
  • Improving your model on an ongoing basis
  • Smoothing care transitions

Training that Benefits the Team

Each workshop is tailored specifically for your needs, with time to brainstorm about how to transform your practice. You’ll hear from all members of the care team—including physicians, behavior health specialists, physical therapists, pharmacists, patient care coordinators, nurses and patients with chronic illnesses—and benefit from a more complete presentation of the care environment.

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