Respecting Choices is an internationally recognized, evidence-based model of advance care planning that creates a healthcare culture of person centered care: care that honors an individual’s goals and values for current and future healthcare. The advance care planning (ACP) Facilitator is an emerging role in healthcare. ACP Facilitators are instrumental in helping individuals, their families, and their loved ones become more engaged in person-centered decision making. If ACP conversations were easy, they would be more commonplace than they are today.
For more information about the National Respecting Choices Last Steps Facilitator Training, please click here. Multiple training dates/locations available.
Upcoming training: June 11 in Indianapolis. To learn more and to register, please click here.
Advance Care Planning Foundations Training for Value Based Purchasing are available online through the Indiana FSSA’s Division of Aging learning management system (Relias). For more information, click here.
QSource / atomAlliance is your Quality Improvement Organization
atom Alliance Quality Innovation Network (QIN) is a multi-state alliance for powerful change composed of three nonprofit, healthcare quality improvement consulting companies. QIN are change agents focused on three aims: better patient care, better population health, and lower health care costs through improvement. atom Alliance serves the states of Alabama, Indiana, Kentucky, Mississippi and Tennessee.
QSource's goal is to facilitate widespread, significant improvements in health quality. Atom Alliance has several initiatives that help skilled nursing facilities, for example, improve cardiac health and reduce disparities, reduce healthcare-associated infections, improve coordination of care, address behavioral health conditions, etc. Learn more.
For more information about your local QIO, contact:
Kara Dawson, Community Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org