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Practice Advisor, Practice and Staff Transformation
Improving your practice’s ability to provide high-quality, safe, efficient, effective, and timely patient-centered care is now accessible, affordable, and adaptable to your practice.
Whether you’re ready to start down the path to be recognized or accredited as a Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) or just want to make incremental changes, ACP Practice Advisor has all of the tools and resources you’ll need.
Using the talents and capabilities of your entire office team, self-paced modules cover a wide variety of topics to improve your practice. Online and collaborative, ACP Practice Advisor helps you transform your practice – in easy steps, on your own timeline.
ACP members access all modules for one year for $99!
Non-members pay $125/year.
ACP Practice Advisor Modules feature:
- A self-assessment, the ACP Practice Biopsy®, provides a baseline that can be used to identify strengths and deficiencies in care processes and to prioritize improvements to tackle first. You and your staff can complete the Practice Biopsies individually or together.
- Background information about the subject matter.
- A case study that follows a practice and how they implemented changes using the ACP Practice Biopsy® and resources provided.
- The Resource Library, a virtual bookshelf, aggregates articles/books, videos, webinars, and tools to help practices make improvements in care delivery. Includes downloadable guides, patient materials, and policy templates that can be customized to practice needs.
Over 30 Individual Modules Are Available in the Following Categories
Building the Foundation
These modules address the key attributes of providing value-based, patient-centered care and meet the expectations of the Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) model according to the major national certification organization.
Specialty Practice Recognition
These modules address the key attributes and expectations of specialty and sub-specialty Patient-Centered Specialty Practice recognition according to NCQA (2019 Edition). This guidance is also applicable to all specialty and sub-specialty practices and specialties interested in providing patient-centered care
Improving Clinical Care
These modules help practices apply the attributes of patient-centered care to improve the health of people and populations with specific conditions or clinical concerns. (Several of these modules offer up to 20 practice assessment CME/MOC points.)