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Health Systems: The Next Generation of the Planned Care Model

A free course from the Institute for Healthcare Improvement available online now.

Led by instructors Cindy Hupke, RN, BS, MBA, and Connie L. Davis, MN, RN, ARNP, of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, the course focuses on refinements to the Planned Care Model and transition to the Patient-Centered Medical Home approach to address important issues such as access to care/services, patient and family centeredness, community involvement, and meaningful use of clinical information systems.

Visit the Diabetes Training and Technical Assistance Center website to view the course.

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