|March 2019||Sent Mar. 12, 2019|
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|January 2019||Sent Jan. 8, 2019|
|December 2018||Sent Dec. 11, 2018|
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|March 25 at 12:30pm
Petaluma Health Center Office Hours (optional)
The webinar will focus on follow up questions from Convening #2, including content related to what Petaluma presented on team-based care and SDOH. Please submit your questions or topics in the registration form. Attendance is optional.
|April 12 – DUE DATE||Year 1 Annual Survey due back to JSI. The survey will be released on March 28th.|
|April 16 at 12pm
LifeLong Medical Care Office Hours (optional)
This webinar will feature the LifeLong Medical Care team and the work they have done to-date regarding open access scheduling. Please submit your questions or topics in the registration form. Attendance is optional.
|April 30 – DUE DATE
Progress Report Due
|All teams are required to submit this progress report. More information here.|
|May 14 at 12pm
Leading Profound Change Webinar: Prototyping.
Prototyping is the phase of work many believe is the most intimidating. Find out about the real benefit to rapid prototyping and some clear approaches to using it as a way to really refine your ideas quickly and cheaply.
|Year 2 Kickoff Webinar||View the recording and slides from this webinar.|
|Journey Mapping – Leading Profound Change Webinar Series||View the recording and slides from this webinar, part of the Leading Profound Change Webinar Series.|
|Building Workspaces to Support Team-Based Care||This summary describes how architects built new spaces for Clinica Family Health Services to support their team-based care model.|
|Behavioral Health Integration in Medi-Cal: A Blueprint for California||This article highlights recommendations to achieve an integrated system of care by 2025.|
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– Brandon Bettencourt, Chapa-De Indian Health