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Defining and Delivering Disability-Competent Care - Providing Disability-Competent Primary Care (01:05:12)

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This is the fourth webinar in Webinar Series #1, "Leading Healthcare Practices and Training: Defining and Delivering Disability-Competent Care".  The objective of this webinar was to introduce the care management relationship aspect of the Disability-Competent Care model, including:

  1. Exploring the current barriers to obtaining primary care,
  2. Redesigning primary care delivery to serve adults with disabilities,
  3. Exploring primary care as part of an interdisciplinary care team,
  4. Focusing on the prevention of avoidable hospitalizations and episodes of illness,
  5. Understanding the leading practices for managing common secondary complications of living with disability.

Presenters included Lynn Morishita, June Kailes, Mary Glover and Christopher Duff.

This webinar  was presented on October 22, 2013 before a live audience of healthcare providers and health plan staff who work with persons with disabilities.  It was hosted by the Medicare Medicaid Coordination Office (MMCO) in the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), The Lewin Group, The Disability Practice Institute, and the Institute for Healthcare Improvement.

The CMS Medicare-Medicaid Coordination Office is facilitating this optional webinar series for interested providers and health care professionals, front-line staff with health plans and practices, and stakeholders to introduce and explore the many uses of the DCC Model.  The DCC model is a resource for providers, health plans, and healthcare organizations to enhance capacity to integrate care for adults with disabilities.

Find more info and webinar downloads here: https://www.resourcesforintegratedcare.com/Care_Management/Webinar/Providing_Disability_Competent_Primary_Care/webinar4

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