ONLINE SELF-STUDY PROGRAM
Guidelines for management of persons with hypertension and high cholesterol educational video was developed for primary care clinicians and their support staff to demonstrate how team based care can be utilized in improving two prevalent chronic conditions; hypertension and high cholesterol. This video presents the model and guidelines for the identification, treatment and management for the two chronic diseases. These guidelines builds upon the existing and emerging work of many partners in Wisconsin and the nation to foster health care transformation that advances patient-centered team-based care and move toward value-based care, improved patient health and safety, and improved health of the population.
This educational video will provide an overview of the conceptual model that addresses the following:
- The importance of an engaged patient,
- Identification of the models core elements (Team, workforce and parent organization),
- Review of the influencing factors (Core principles, shared values, hallmarks of practice, triple aim of health care,
- Importance of community linkages and connections,
- Guidelines for patient-centered team-based care for interprofessional clinical hypertension utilizing ten recommendations for work plan development,
- Guidelines for patient-centered team-based care for interprofessional clinical high cholesterol utilizing ten recommendations for work plan development.
Target audience: Clinicians, system leadership, community-based services
If the evaluation/survey are not accessible to you as part of the recording, you can find both a link to the handout and a link to the evaluation below.
Links to Resources: This content used in this video is derived from the following WNA documents:
CE Credit: .75 contact hours for completing the Online Self-Study are available to participants who view the entire presentation and complete the online survey/evaluation before 12/31/2021.
- There are no conflicts of interest for any of the planners or presenters of this activity
- Deadline to complete for CE credit: 12/31/21
- This program is offered free of charge through a chronic disease grant from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Wisconsin Division of Public Health.
- Wisconsin Nurses Association is approved with distinction as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by Montana Nurses Association, an accredited approver with distinction by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
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