CEPC practice coaching and training team manager, Candy Magaña, and CEPC trainer, Victoria Chen, facilitate the first of a two-part health coaching and panel management train-the-trainer for the Hawai'i Primary Care Association (HPCA) and representatives from the HPCA's health center members. The HPCA improves the health of communities in need by advocating for, expanding access to, and sustaining high quality health care through its statewide network of Community Health Centers.
Inspired by the CEPC curriculum, East Tamaki Healthcare in Auckland, New Zealand, is creating a self-management teamlet. East Tamaki Healthcare is part of Nirvana Health Group, a network of primary care clinics and support services serving a population of 200,000 people living in high needs communities across greater Auckland. Additional details are forthcoming as the first trial of a traditional teamlet is now being initiated. Click on the PDF icon below to learn more about East Tamaki's teamlet implementation!
CEPC trainers (Drs. Tom Bodenheimer and Nwando Olayiwola, Candy Magaña, and Sara Syer) join the Pacific Business Group on Health and Center for Care Innovations in their first of a series of leadership, coaching, and clinical team trainings, as part of the statewide Practice Transformation Initiative.
From 2013-2015 with support from the Macy Foundation, researchers from the UCSF Center for Excellence in Primary Care (CEPC) visited 23 primary care teaching clinics to map out what a “high-performing clinical experience” looks like for students, residents, faculty and patients.