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The Six Building Blocks Program: A Roadmap for Primary Care Clinics to Implement a Team-Based Approach

Hosted by the Northwest Addictions Technology Transfer Center (NWATTC)

  • Date: 05/27/2020 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm  
  • Introduction: Systems-based approach to improving chronic pain and opioid management in primary care improves outcomes for patients, including complex patients with diagnoses of behavioral health and substance use disorder.

We will explore whether this approach might be relevant for behavioral health and other organizations and will share resources developed for clinics managing patients with chronic pain using opioid medications during the COVID pandemic.

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Presenters: Laura Mae Baldwin, MD, MPH is a practicing family physician, Professor of Family Medicine at the University of Washington, and a seasoned researcher with a focus on increasing access to and quality of health care. Her passion is ensuring that clinicians, clinical organizations, and other community members have the opportunity to partner in the research that will ultimately impact their work and lives.

Michael Parchman, MD, MPH is a nationally recognized primary care scholar with expertise in how chronic illness outcomes can be improved through team-based care and clinic redesign. He has over 25 years of experience as a primary care physician and medical educator.

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