Practice transformation is challenging and requires considerable effort and motivation within a practice, complemented by externals supports and resources.
Our PT work group approach includes specific attention to cultivating, supporting and sustaining longitudinal motivation within partnering practices, in addition to providing clinical and technological training and technical assistance.
Coaching for organizational capacity building and facilitating communities of practice are central to achieving transformation, and require deliberate attention and focus in parallel with specific educational content developed for delivery and dissemination within each clinic involved in the practice transformation project.
Building upon an expansive foundation of evidence-informed, practice-based tools the PT work group works in concert with the SE AETC Central Office, SLI, MAI and IPE work groups, and partner sites to develop a diverse portfolio of training and technical assistance tools, including technological, care delivery and coaching components.
University of Alabama at Birmingham is our Practice Transformation Lead Partner. Michael Mugavero, MD, along with his team, brings a wealth of knowledge and years of experience to the SE AETC.
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Achieved Viral Suppression
Patient Centered Medical Homes
- Defining the Medical Home Overview (PCPCC Website)
- Defining the PCMH (AHRQ Website)
- Building Patient-Centered Medical Homes for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Patients and Families (PDF)
- Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Recognition (NCQA Website)
- Materials to Support Your PCMH Application Process (PDF)
- PT Logic Model (PDF)
- AIDS Infonet
- The Body
- The Body Pro
- AETC National Coordinating Resource Center
- Medscape HIV/AIDS
- Clinical Consultation Center
- AIDSinfo Clinical Guidelines Portal
- CDC Guidelines and Recommendations
- WHO HIV Guidelines
- Clinical Care Options HIV
- Collaborative Care Toolkit
- Promising Interprofessional Collaboration Practices