When Access Isn’t Enough: Building an Ambulatory ICU in a HCH Setting

Thursday, June 22, 2017: 3:00 PM-4:30 PM
Franklin Square (Grand Hyatt Washington)
Recognizing the need for a complex care intervention, Old Town Clinic developed the first AICU in a HCH setting.  Our workshop will make the case for developing an AICU for a HCH setting and will provide an overview of the team’s structure and work.  We will provide concrete examples of the struggles and successes that the team encountered during implementation, share key lessons learned, and showcase a video of AICU patients describing their experiences of care with the new team.
Meg Devoe, MD (Physician, Central City Concern)
Michael Everly (Care Coordinator, Central City Concern)
Audrey Wagner, PharmD, BCBS (Ambulatory Care Pharmacist, Central City Concern)
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