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The Charlotte AHEC HEC Talks Podcast
10 minutes | Jan 17, 2020
Join us as we define unconscious bias, recognize what it looks like and work to improve it our daily lives.
11 minutes | Dec 19, 2018
But We’ve Never Done it That Way Before
Change is hard, but inevitable. Change in healthcare is necessary to ensure that our patients are receiving the best care possible. This can be overwhelming, or, it can be manageable. By following these few simple steps, you avoid being locked into a one-and-done change process. Come follow along on our journey through a PDSA cycle of change.
7 minutes | Dec 3, 2018
Won’t you be my neighbor? – Co-management Agreements in the Medical Neighborhood
Are you a good neighbor? Listen in to learn how you can create co-management agreements between primary care and specialty care. Simply put, co-management agreements enhance communication between the specialty provider and the primary care provider and that equals better care for the patient!
15 minutes | Nov 29, 2018
I can answer that……through the patient portal
In the healthcare world of Meaningful Use and MIPS, providers are struggling to get their patients to use the patient portal. Listen as a pediatric provider shares insights into how she came to terms with implementing the patient portal as part of patient care.
41 minutes | Nov 2, 2018
A Case for ACEs: Screening for Adverse Childhood Experiences
What are adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and how do they impact health outcomes? Listen to this insightful conversation as Elizabeth Trotman (Charlotte Resilience Project) interviews Dr. Stefanie Reed (Pediatric Hospitalist) and Dr. Martha Edwards, (Primary Care Pediatrician) about the history and importance of the landmark ACEs study, the related neuroscience, and the value of incorporating ACEs screenings into regular office visits.
9 minutes | Oct 19, 2018
Patient Empanelment : You Belong to Me
The benefits of patient Empanelment for the patient, provider and care team.
14 minutes | Oct 9, 2018
Access - Can Your Patients See You When They Want To?
Patient access continues to be an issue that plagues primary and specialty care practices. In this podcast, you will learn what access is, why it matters and how to determine what the access issues are in your practice. Then, you’ll get tips & tools to help solve some of the most common access issues.
29 minutes | Sep 24, 2018
Screening Tools: What do you really need to know?
Dr. Martha Edwards, a pediatrician & well known advocate for children’s health in SC, will share with you her tips for implementing social emotional screening tools. Get answers to your questions about why you should implement screening tools and how to pick the best ones. Dr. Edwards shares her experiences and answers the “then what” question – what do you do when your patients screen positive?
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