Please join Dr. Susan Frampton and Dr. David Longnecker, along with their Action Team colleagues for this collaborative webinar where they will delve into six key preferences of person-centered advanced illness care and discuss measurement opportunities.
Join National Quality Partners (NQP) on Tuesday, November 15, 2:00-3:30pm ET, for the launch of Strategies for Change – A Collaborative Journey to Transform Advanced Illness Care, a national call to action to make person-centered care the standard of advanced illness care.
NQP's issue brief seeks to expand the concept of advanced illness care beyond traditional healthcare settings and to engage patients, families, and communities as true partners in care planning. Members of NQP's Advanced Illness Care Action Team—a group of 25 experts from the public and private sectors, including consumer advocates, physicians, nurses, and spiritual advisors—led the development of the issue brief.
Action Team members will delve into six key preferences of person-centered advanced illness care and discuss measurement opportunities. Speakers include:
• Helen Darling, MA, Interim President and CEO, National Quality Forum
• David Longnecker, MD, Chief Clinical Innovations Officer, The Coalition to Transform Advanced Care
• Susan Frampton, PhD, President, Planetree
• Lisa Freeman, Executive Director, Connecticut Center for Patient Safety
• Sally Welsh, MS, RN, NEA-BC, Chief Executive Officer, Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association
• Amy Melnick, MPA, Executive Director, National Coalition for Hospice and Palliative Care
• Lois Cross, RN, BSN, ACM, Chair, Public Policy Committee, American Case Management Association
• Mark Dann, Federal Affairs Director, Compassion & Choices
• Richard Zorza, JD, Patient and Family Caregiver Council Member, Johns Hopkins Medicine Oncology, and Founder, Self-Represented Litigation Network
Please register for the webinar to join us in this national movement to galvanize action to transform advanced illness care. The webinar agenda (PDF) is now available.
Follow us @NatQualityForum and use the hashtag #advancedillness to join the conversation during the webinar. Join the #hpm TweetChat on Wednesday, November 16, 9:00-10:00 pm ET, to discuss how individuals, caregivers, and everyone in hospice and palliative care can work together to integrate the six key preferences of person-centered advanced illness care throughout health and healthcare.
NQP's Advanced Illness Care Initiative is supported with funding from The Retirement Research Foundation and Compassus.