Clinicians need more practical assessment/teaching applications, techniques, and methodologies, so they are prepared to better foster self-efficacy in this rapidly changing chronic care management model environment. Where the ability to increase the results for positive patient-centered outcomes can determine whether or not a home health agency is chosen as a part of an ACO, Post-Acute Care Transition Model, or Patient Centered Medical Model, or not.
Course Instructor - Susan J Carmichael
PT credits awarded for course completions are approved for 1 year and expire at the end of the calendar year unless otherwise stated.
For a complete list of courses offering PT credits for this year, click here.
The active participant will be able:
1. Define Health Literacy and at least Three Red Flags to be Aware of (10 minutes)
2. List Three Principles of Adult Learning that Should be Used in Clinical Practice suc as "Teach-Back" (10 minutes)
3. Provide Assessment Modalities to Assess Literacy/Reading Level of Healthcare Consumers (10 minutes)
4. Learn to use 5 Instructional Education methods that Support Patient Self Efficacy including Key questions that aid in improving Outcomes (15 minutes)
5. Examine Learning Principles that should be Used at the Beginning (motivational interviewing) and End of each Patient Visit (10 minutes)
By completing/passing this course, you will attain the certificate HCAF Course Certificate
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