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At Rocky Mountain Health Plans (RMHP), the Practice Transformation team is committed to helping practices on their journeys to advanced care and value-based payments by offering tools and resources as we all work together to better serve our Members.

Join the conversation as the RMHP Practice Transformation team, along with guest speakers, explore advanced care in these insightful podcasts.

Season One | Destination: Advanced Primary Care

Season Two | Coming Soon!

Episode 7 | Paul Howard

Overcoming Resistance to Change

This conversation with Paul Howard delves into the Psychology of Change toolbox to provide immediately applicable strategies and tools to prime change initiatives for success.

Change is hard and resistance to change by staff, other stakeholders and patients/clients causes many change efforts to fail. This conversation with Paul Howard delves into the Psychology of Change toolbox to provide immediately applicable strategies and tools to prime your change initiatives for success. As referenced in the podcast, information about Pathways to Population Health can be found here.

Episode 7

Overcoming Resistance to Change

Episode 6 | Dr. Marie Brown, MD

Patient Relationships and Time Saving Strategies

Listen in as Dr. Marie Brown focuses on specific time-saving strategies that can assist providers and staff in building strong, trusting relationships with the patients in their practice.

Professional satisfaction is a powerful driver of the Triple Aim, yet nearly half of all US physicians exhibit some sign of burnout — increasing the likelihood of mistakes, patient dissatisfaction, and physician intent to leave the practice. Dr. Marie Brown focuses on specific time-saving strategies that can assist providers and staff in building strong, trusting relationships with the patients in their practice to help increase both provider and patient satisfaction.

Episode 6

Patient Relationships and Time Saving Strategies

Episode 5 | Raul De Villegas-Decker, Psy.D.

Whole-Health Interventions for the Multi-Generational Practice

Through his experience in the pediatric care setting, Raul De Villegas-Decker explores whole health to include supporting the needs of the entire extended family.

Raul De Villegas-Decker is considered an expert in the field of integrated behavioral health. Through his experience in the pediatric care setting, Dr. D. provides expertise to both his care team and patients on addressing multi-generational impacts to social determinants of health. This podcast explores whole health to include supporting the needs of the entire extended family.

Episode 5

Whole-Health Interventions for the Multi-Generational Practice

Episode 4 | Dr. Abraham Nussbaum, MD, MTS

Reconciling Healthcare Reform and the Renewal of Medicine

Dr. Abraham Nussbaum reflects on his experiences as a psychiatrist that have shaped his viewpoints about making healthcare less alienating and more fulfilling, both for patients and providers.

How can healthcare reform adequately take into account the relationship between the care team and the patient? Dr. Abraham Nussbaum reflects on his experiences as a psychiatrist that have shaped his viewpoints about making healthcare less alienating and more fulfilling, both for patients and providers. Dr. Nussbaum contrasts the goals of healthcare reform and the renewal of medicine and describes ways to reconcile these two approaches.

Episode 4

Reconciling Healthcare Reform and the Renewal of Medicine

Episode 3 | Matthew McGraw, DNP, APN, NP-C, ACHPN

Crystal Balls and Care Management: Moving Forward in the World of Advance Care Planning

Join our conversation with Matthew McGraw where we delve into the world of Advance Care Planning. Throughout his journey in healthcare, Matthew has developed a profound interest in care management and end of life care.

Join our conversation with Matthew McGraw where we delve into the world of Advance Care Planning. Throughout his journey in healthcare, Matthew has developed a profound interest in care management and end of life care. This podcast will allow listeners to gain insight into how Advance Care Planning will enhance their care management program.

Episode 3

Crystal Balls and Care Management...

Episode 2 | Debi Landoll, LPC, LAC

Reminder: I am Important, too.

Listen as Debi Landoll explores the concept of self-care and explains that self-care is not just about eating healthy and exercising but includes an emotional and spiritual connection to one’s self as well.

In this podcast, we host a conversation with Debi Landoll and explore the concept of self-care. Debi explains that self-care is not just about eating healthy and exercising but includes an emotional and spiritual connection to one’s self as well. Listen in for tips about how to incorporate self-care awareness into your personal and professional life.

Episode 2

Reminder: I am Important, too.

Episode 1 | Dr. Marti Schulte, MD

Responding to Failure in Healthcare

Hear Dr. Marti Schulte speak from her experience as a primary care internist to describe how teams can address failure and mistakes.

In this episode, Dr. Marti Schulte speaks from her experience as a primary care internist to describe how teams can address failure and mistakes. She describes how leaders can help respond – both systemically and individually – when failure occurs. Dr. Schulte makes recommendations about how to provide emotional safety when individuals may feel isolated, disenchanted, ashamed, or embarrassed when they have made a mistake. She weighs how leaders can accept mistakes as inevitable without minimizing the impact mistakes can have on patient safety and system functioning, as well as how leaders can show team members they are valued, even when they make mistakes.

Episode 1

Responding to Failure in Healthcare

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