PHASE Learning Community Convening: Engaging Patients as Active Partners
Twice a year, Kaiser Permanente and the Center for Care Innovations bring together the 18 teams involved in the PHASE program for an in-person convening of the 2017-2019 PHASE learning community. The three broad objectives for our convenings: knowledge dissemination, skill building, and peer sharing.
Read on for more information on the convening. We look forward to seeing all of you in Oakland on June 11!
Please register by May 17.
Date and Time
June 11, 2019, 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
International Ballroom, Building 4 at the Hilton Oakland Airport Hotel, 1 Hegenberger Road, Oakland, CA 94621
We have reserved a small block of rooms at the Hilton Oakland Airport. Rates are $180 per night + applicable taxes.
You may also call Hilton Reservations at 510-635-5000 and use the booking code CCI to reserve the group rate.
Reserve your room(s) by May 27.
Who Should Attend
Each organization is expected to send three to five team members. Recommended roles include:
Parking & Transportation
For a map & directions, click here. Parking at the hotel is $12 per day. The hotel is located nearby the Oakland Airport and two miles from the BART system; the closest BART stop is Oakland Coliseum.
More details and agenda coming soon
You have the opportunity to attend one skill building workshop during the session. Please see descriptions below and indicate your 1st and 2nd choices during registration.
Workshop 1: Engaging Patients in Self-Management
Presenters: Kate Lorig, Dr.P.H. and Virginia González, MPH, Self-Management Resource Center
Workshop Description: Patient self-management programs help people and their caregivers manage symptoms, improve quality of life, and reduce healthcare costs. In this workshop, participants will learn how to integrate or partner with evidence-based self-management programs for patients with hypertension and diabetes.
Suggested Audience: Program managers/directors and care team members focused on chronic disease management
Workshop 2: Using Human-Centered Design to Bring Patient Voice to Improvement Projects
Presenter: Diana Nguyen, Center for Care Innovations; other presenters TBA
Workshop Description: Human-centered design (HCD, or design thinking) is an approach to problem solving that is rooted in understanding people’s needs and experiences. This workshop will provide an introduction to the practice of “co-design,” wherein the stakeholders affected by the problem – patients in this case – play a pivotal role in co-creating services, programs, and improvement efforts. Participants will learn about examples of how safety net providers have successfully used HCD to co-design with patients.
Suggested Audience: Beginner or new to Human-Centered Design
Workshop 3: Change Ideas for Patient Engagement
Presenter: Denise Armstorff, Performance Improvement Expert, Master Coach, & Trainer
Workshop Description: In this workshop, participants will learn to generate, organize, and prioritize change ideas by developing driver diagrams and applying QI concepts/tools to their PHASE projects. Individuals participating in this workshop will have developed key concepts to inform the development of a PDSA during the final program session.
Intended Audience: PHASE team leads, QI team members, and others wanting a QI introduction or refresher. *It is recommended that each PHASE team sends at least one person to this workshop*
Judith Hibbard, PhD, MPH
Judith Hibbard is a Research Professor and Professor Emerita at the University of Oregon. She is a health services researcher who has focused her work on consumer choices and behavior in health care. Dr. Hibbard is the lead author of the Patient Activation Measure (PAM).
She is the author of over 160 peer-reviewed publications and is a recognized international expert on patient behavior in health.
She holds a masters degree in Public Health from UCLA and her doctoral degree is from the School of Public Health at the University of California at Berkeley.