Assess your readiness and prepare to launch SB 1004 palliative care, by determining local capacity, developing strategies to fill gaps, and developing plans for engaging patients and providers.
Why This Is Important
To meet the requirements of SB1004, plans and providers need to understand existing capacity to provide services and address any gaps, and build an implementation strategy that best suits local needs and available resources.
- Describe the conditions and supports required to optimize the delivery of SB 1004 palliative care
- Outline approaches to assess the palliative care capacity of local providers, and to identify any gaps in readiness to deliver SB 1004 palliative care
- Discuss strategies to optimize referral of eligible members
- Describe lessons learned about patient referral from existing Medi-Cal palliative care programs
Presenter: Anne Kinderman, MD, director, Supportive and Palliative Care Service, Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital
Geared toward providers and payers interested in expanding access to palliative care services, this webinar provides a high-level overview of what' needed to successfully deliver SB 1004 palliative care, including assessing and filling service gaps, and strategies to optimize patient engagement. A recording of this webinar is available below.
Workshops: January 23 and 30 (Los Angeles), January 19 and 26 (Oakland)
Delve deeper into these topics by attending an in-person workshop. These workshops are designed for teams of one to four people who are knowledgeable about administrative operations, provider (or payer) relationships, new benefits implementation, and clinical program implementation. Please have one person register for your team by Wednesday, January 10, 2018. Registration is first come, first served. Workshops may fill before the registration deadline.
Register your team for a workshop now.