Addiction Treatment Starts Here: Primary Care will host its first in-person learning session on April 10th and 11th at The Westin Los Angeles Airport hotel.

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Event information

Where: The Westin Los Angeles Airport, 5400 West Century Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90045. Registration will be held on the 2nd floor of the hotel, in the foyer outside the Concourse Ballroom. View the venue map.

When: Wednesday, April 10, 2019 – Thursday, April 11, 2019

April 10, 2019:

  • 9:30-11:30am – OPTIONAL QUALITY IMPROVEMENT BOOTCAMP: This session is designed for teams or team members wishing to brush up on their quality improvement and process improvement skills. Participants will review quality and performance improvement frameworks ( e.g., Model for Improvement) and will begin exploring some process improvement tools like workflow mapping. A light breakfast will be served.
  • 11:00am – MAIN SESSION: Lunch and registration will begin at 11:00 am and program content will begin at 12:00 pm. Please arrive no later than 11:30am. Program content ends at 5:00 pm and is followed by a networking reception on-site until 6:00 pm.

April 11, 2019:

  • 8:00am – MAIN SESSION: Registration and breakfast begin at 8:00 am and program content begins at 8:30 am. Please arrive on time! Lunch will be served around 12:30 pm and program content ends by 4:00pm.

Parking & Transportation: For a map & directions, click here. CCI will have pre-paid parking validation tickets at the registration desk.

Pre-work action items

Click here for information about pre-work action items, including the capability assessment and storyboards.

 

General handouts: Participant packets

Agenda (updated 3/21/19)
Venue Map – coming soon
Breakout Session Objectives – coming soon
Faculty Biographies – coming soon
Connect with ATSH:PC Attendees – coming soon
Evaluation Surveys – Day 1 & 2 – coming soon

Misc. Sessions: presentations & Handouts

SESSION TITLES HANDOUTS
Quality Improvement Boot Camp

Bridget Cole and Chris Hunt

Institute for High Quality Care

Slides Posted in April

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Welcome + Theory of Change

Tammy Fisher

Center for Care Innovations

Slides Posted in April

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Appreciating Addiction as a Treatable Disease

Vanessa de la Cruz, MD

Santa Cruz County Health Services Agency

Slides Posted in April

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ATSH Learning Lab: Designing Your ATSH Project

Bridget Cole and Chris Hunt

Institute for High Quality Care

Slides Posted in April

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Action Planning

Sandy Newman

Center for Care Innovations

Slides Posted in April

 
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breakout sessioN Day 1: IMPROVING PRESCRIBING of medications for OUd

SESSIONS HANDOUTS & RELATED RESOURCES
Breakout A: How to select the appropriate medication for OUD and manage starting and maintaining these medications

Brian Hurley, MD

Clinical Director, Addiction Treatment Starts Here

Slides Posted in April

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Breakout B: Learn and apply approaches to manage complex patient cases

Gilmore Chung, MD

Venice Family Clinic

Slides Posted in April

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Breakout C: Getting started with MAT: Defining roles by discipline and the collaborative process of providing the best care for patients with OUD

Katie Bell, MSN, RN-BC, CARN, PHN

Chapa-De Indian Health

Slides Posted in April

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Breakout D: Established MAT programs: Optimizing roles, scope of practice, and referrals to manage medically and socially complex patients

Shelly Virva, LCSW 

National Center for Complex Health and Social Needs/Camden Coalition of Health Care Providers

Slides Posted in April

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breakout sessioN Day 2: engaging clinicians & Staff

SESSIONS HANDOUTS & RELATED RESOURCES
Breakout A: Strategies to identify your allies, engage sympathetic neutrals, and address obstacles to MAT support

Candy Stockton, MD

Humboldt Independent Practice Association

Slides Posted in April

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Breakout B: Systematizing mentoring, growth and training programs

Joe Sepulveda, MD

Family Health Centers of San Diego

Slides Posted in April

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Breakout C: Using a framework of compassion to design clinician and staff training programs

Tobin Shelton, LCSW

Venice Family Clinic

Slides Posted in April

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breakout sessioN Day 2: levels of care

SESSIONS HANDOUTS & RELATED RESOURCES
Breakout A: Discuss issues around identifying patients who need more support and review options to operationalize patient evaluation

Gilmore Chung, MD

Venice Family Clinic

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Breakout B: Identify options to systematize MAT criteria and expand capacity for higher acuity patients

Jeff Devido, MD

Marin County Health & Human Services

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