AAFP TIPS - Clinical Data Registries
AAFP TIPS Topics
Clinical Data Registries
Uncover the benefits of patient registries, and learn how to select and implement them in your practice.
- Define a clinical data registry (CDR).
- Examine the cost and potential qualitative and quantitative return on investment of a CDR.
- Understand how using a patient registry can help physicians meet reporting requirements.
Topic includes: four online learning courses, four customizable slide decks, and eight downloadable tools.
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Continuity of Care
Examine continuity in ambulatory primary care, including measurement and improvement.
Learn how to build a business case for team documentation and identify steps to implement it in your practice.
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Whether you are trying to implement medical home functions, streamline processes, or enhance the patient experience, AAFP TIPS resources make practice improvement faster and easier.
Our team-based tools are designed specifically for family medicine. Here’s what you’ll get:
Practical tools plus related instructional videos that help you grasp concepts and make improvements right away.
Brief, interactive learning courses that are perfect for self-study or group use.
Customizable presentations for group training.
- Save time researching and implementing practice improvement efforts by using resources curated specifically for family medicine teams.
- Share knowledge with your team and build competencies using interactive, mobile-friendly learning options.
- Implement improvements your way using customizable tools and instructional videos.
- Maximize learning at team meetings by using short, prepared slide decks and speaker notes to facilitate discussions.