Community Information Integration/Central Patient Attachment Registry (CII/CPAR) Training
What is it?
With continuity of care being a key priority for Alberta PCNs and practices advancing in Patient’s Medical Home, Community Information Integration/Central Patient Attachment Registry (CII/CPAR) will be moving into an early launch phase opening participation to interested early adopter clinics in PCNs. To prepare, the Alberta Medical Association is inviting Improvement Facilitators, or similar roles, with PCN member clinics that are interested and meet the readiness requirements.
Who should attend?
Trained Improvement Facilitators (or similar roles) with PCN member clinics that are interested and meet the readiness requirements.
Clinic managers or panel management staff of interested clinics should attend in coordination with their PCN:
*Note: clinics without panels such as PCN operated clinics are encouraged to participate in CII
In this Session registered participants will be expected to access some pre-training materials/videos, and complete a self-reflection exercise before the training session.
By the end of the training, improvement facilitators will be able to:
- Recognize the value of CII/CPAR as an enabler for continuity of care and benefits for patients, providers, PCNs and the system
- Articulate what CII/CPAR technologies are and how they work to enable continuity of care and able to engage potential participants
- Use the participation requirements and environmental scan information of their PCN to plan for rollout
- Describe the process for a clinic to implement CII/CPAR from the interest step through registration to post-implementation evaluation
Sessions to be announced.