FIVE WISHES Webinars
Free Topical Webinars Developed for the Five Wishes Best Practice Community
As healthcare has become more technology driven and remote visits are more common, providers have been challenged to find ways to provide effective, compassionate advance care planning services in new ways that are as useful as paper documents. Champions in the field have developed innovative solutions, and providers are learning at light speed how to utilize digital advance care planning in ways that best serve patients and families. Please join us as we host a round table discussion with experts and leaders in digital advance care planning (ACP).
This conversation will explore:
- Perceived barriers to digital ACP such as witnessing, signatures, storage and retrieval in real time, and how these are addressed
- How digital ACP can help providers meet requirements for participation in VBC models and other quality, value, and payment programs
- Successful practices for engaging patients/members in digital/virtual ACP
- Ways to ensure high-quality ACP conversations using digital/virtual ACP
When: Tuesday, September 20, 2022 at 1:00 pm Eastern (10:00 am Pacific, 11:00 am Mountain, 12:00 pm Central).
Who: This Webinar is intended for all healthcare professionals working in healthcare organizations and settings.
A round table discussion with ACP pioneers, subject matter experts, and influencers of the future. This conversation focuses on identifying best practices in ACP and how to focus on what works, discussing how to approach ACP so it adds value to the patient and clinician experience, and what ACP programs need to include to be effective in the current healthcare environment – and into the future.
Learn from two excellent, growing rural advance care planning programs about their processes, measures, and lessons learned: Dr. Michael Fratkin and Maureen Tyra of ResolutionCare | a Vynca Company, and Jacque Heiter of MercyOne’s Your Choice Advance Care Planning Project share their experience and guidance.
Dr. David Buxton, Executive Medical Director of Palliative Care for AdventHealth, shares experience and insight about the value of a strong advance care planning program, why it is a central component of good palliative care, and how AdventHealth integrates advance care planning into the care continuum.
This webinar explores the principles of patient-centered care, patient engagement, and patient experience as thoughtful frameworks that can help you consider your organization’s advance care planning (ACP) programs, activities, and encounters from the perspective of the people you serve.
With the right approach, making the shift to virtual outreach allows you to connect from a distance. This Webinar highlights a best practice example from Yolo Hospice, with discussion about how to make virtual community education and outreach effective, meaningful, and measurable.
Discuss what resilience means and the factors that contribute to it, how we respond to stress, and simple, effective practices to enhance personal and team resilience
Why ACP conversations are increasingly important in the context of COVID-19, relevant challenges and opportunities for ACP in the current healthcare environment, and ways to adjust ACP activities so that conversations are effective, timely, and cover what matters most right now
Explore how clinicians can embrace virtual telehealth conversations and overcome barriers, learn how video visits can increase access and provide a new care setting, and discuss how video visits change and improve the experience for clinicians and patients
Explore what effectiveness can mean in ACP, discuss the value of a program approach to ACP, and identify the core elements of effective ACP programs
Identify benefits of a systems approach to ACP, system changes and organizational culture shifts that impact sustainability of ACP outcomes, and ways to use collaboration across organizations and communities to improve access to ACP
Learn how to make a compelling case for engaging in ACP initiatives, learn the importance of gaining support from a champion and a sponsor, and tips on how to identify ACP projects that can help demonstrate success and give you something to build upon