HCCI is committed to training the future HBPC workforce, bring more providers and practice managers into the field, and set clinical and operational standards for HBPC. HCCI University offers a variety of training opportunities including; standardized training in the form of instructor-led workshops, online courses for deeper dives into specific clinical and practice management topics, and individualized practicum experiences offering providers and practice managers the chance to shadow trained preceptors in the field.
This two-day foundational workshop is designed for learners who are considering or who are relatively new to offering home-based primary care (HBPC) services for patients with complex medical conditions. Through this workshop, clinical providers, practice managers and operations staff will enhance their knowledge, competence, and performance in providing optimal HBPC based on current recommendations from national experts. This classroom workshop features case-based sessions focusing on clinical and economic factors unique to home-based primary care, including patient assessment; infection control; medication management; acute/urgent care; technology useful in enhancing patient care and productivity; cultural competence; staffing, operations and durable medical equipment; coding and billing; provider safety and self-care.
The HCCI Advanced Applications of Home-Based Primary Care™ is a 2-day workshop designed for clinical providers and practice managers/operations staff with some experience in providing home-based primary care (HBPC) services and who are seeking to advance their knowledge, skills, and productivity to provide this care for patients with complex medical conditions. This workshop is also ideal for those who have recently completed the HCCI Essential Elements of Home-Based Primary Care™ workshop and are ready to continue their learning.
The HCCI Advanced Applications of Home-Based Primary Care™ workshop is targeted to learners interested in benchmarking their practices against those recommended by national experts. This classroom workshop features case-based sessions focusing on advance care planning, communication, and prognostication; care coordination and transitions of care; caregiver support; managing challenging clinical issues in HBPC, including dementia, polypharmacy, acute/emergent situations, and wound care; coding, documentation, and billing for services beyond E/M; staffing models, workflow/scheduling, and productivity; and value-based partnerships.
Each participant will receive two days of classroom training taught by HBPC industry experts affiliated with one or more of our Centers of Excellence (COE) – leading institutions of higher medical learning around the U.S. Workshop enrollment also provides access to an exclusive HCCI University online discussion forum and supplemental workshop information.
HCCI University™ offers online learning experiences for home-based primary care professionals interested in expanding their skills and taking deeper dives into topics relevant to the field of HBPC. HCCI provides learners with numerous learning opportunities on a wide range of clinical and practice management topics. Modules vary in length, depth, and format (videos, podcasts, webinars, videos, self-paced learning modules, gamification) and will allow you access to up-to-date information on industry trends and practices, from experts in the field.
Register today for this unique two-day field experience designed to allow providers and practice managers to shadow trained preceptors and acquire new knowledge and skills in house call operations and clinical care for medically complex patients in the home. The HCCI House Call Practicum™ offers an individualized learning opportunity at our Practice Excellence Partner (PEP)™, which are programs recognized nationwide as premier providers of home-based primary care.
The HCCI House Call Practicum™ TelemedicineElective is an optional full-day activity designed to introduce you to the various technologies used by Cleveland Clinic to conduct virtual visits with their patients through synchronous, bi-directional video with the assistance of paramedics at the home. You will first receive an overview of telemedicine and remote patient monitoring via the HCCI eLearning module, Telehealth in Home-Based Primary Care. Next, you will ride along with the paramedics to observe the use of the video technology at the patient’s bedside. Finally, you will spend time with the provider back at the office, observing several virtual visits, discussing the various factors involved in implementing a telemedicine program, including potential barriers, privacy legal issues, selection of appropriate technology, patient/caregiver satisfaction, and reimbursement considerations.