This poster describes a project that used a patient-centered medical home model to improve cervical cancer screening for patients at Duffy Health Center in Hyannis. Lessons learned include: identifying existing opportunities to provide whole-person care may provide revenue enhancement opportunities; practice workflow tools require user input in their development to be accepted and effective; buy-in from all team members is crucial and it is important for the team to agree on the process; and data collection is essential, along with ongoing quality improvement and practice transformation coaching.
Using PDSAs to Optimize Surgical Screening
Monday, March 21, 2016
Institute for Healthcare Improvement annual International Summit on Improving Patient Care in the Office Practice & the Community.