Patient Engagement: Strategies to keep patients at the center of the HIV Medical Home

Patient Engagement: Strategies to keep patients at the center of the HIV Medical Home

Event Date: Friday, March 21, 2014 - 1:00pm to 2:30pm EDT

The Patient-Centered Medical Home provides a unique framework for patients to be engaged in their own individual healthcare as well as invested in the quality of the healthcare delivery process. Please join the HIV-MHRC on March 21st as presenters from the University of Alabama's 1917 Clinic, Face to Face of Sonoma County, California, and Adam Thompson, a consultant who specializes in Quality Management, discuss the importance of immediately linking patients to a care team, share successful approaches to peer navigation and self-management, and highlight innovative ways to involve consumers in the quality management process.


Upon completion of this activity participants should be able to: 

  • Identify three strategies to support patient engagement in the Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH)
  • Explain the role of patient navigation in engagement in care
  • Identify benefits and barriers to using peers in patient navigation
  • Understand self-management activities as part of the spectrum of patient engagement options
  • Understand the role peers can play in quality improvement activities within your practice
  • Identify one next step for your practice in involving patients in their care


  • Steve Bromer MD, Director of Practice Facilitation HIV-MHRC


  • D. Scott Batey, PhD, LCSW, PIP, University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) 1917 Clinic
  • Robert Kavanagh, Case Manager, Face to Face Sonoma County AIDS Network
  • Adam Thompson, Quality Management Consultant

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