The Quadruple Aim reminds us that along with better care, better health, and lower costs, a joyful workforce is essential. In addition, a basic tenet of the Patient-Centered Medical Home is everyone working at the top of their licensure/training/certification to maximize the contributions of each team member. The evolving team approaches to health care are delivering improved health to patients and communities and having the potential to improve the employee experience and engagement in health centers.
This rapid-fire format session will feature care team approaches that have helped increase joy in work. The active participants are the presenters, a reactor panel, and you. Hear from health centers that have developed care teams to address pain management, oral health, and toxic stress/trauma in primary care. Learn about the lessons learned from the essential member of every care team - the patient. Most of this session will be dedicated to learning from each other. Join us as we all learn how to help put joy in work using care teams.