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Encounter, Attachment and Shift Reporting EMR Orientation Guide - Med Access

https://www.jcc-resourcecatalogue.ca/en/permalink/divisionresource1615
Published Date
2022
Link to File
/media/divresources/Encounter_Attachment_Shift_Reporting_EMROrientationGuide-Med-Access.pdf
Description
"The General Practice Services Committee (GPSC) in collaboration with the electronic medical record (EMR) vendor have developed EMR orientation guides that outline how to submit encounter, attachment and shift records using a step-by-step approach. Encounter reporting is the principal mechanism for contracted Family Physicians, Nurse Practitioners and PCN funded Registered Nurses and Licensed Practical Nurses required to report on services provided to patients. Activity reporting using encounter records are initiated through the clinic EMR and collected by the Ministry through Teleplan."
Personal Author
GPSC in collaboration with the EMR Vendor
Published Date
2022
Topics
Encounter, Attachment and Shift Reporting
EMR
EMR Resources
Resource Type
Guide
File Type
Pdf
Link to File
/media/divresources/Encounter_Attachment_Shift_Reporting_EMROrientationGuide-Med-Access.pdf
Description
The General Practice Services Committee (GPSC) in collaboration with the electronic medical record (EMR) vendor have developed EMR orientation guides that outline how to submit encounter, attachment and shift records using a step-by-step approach. Encounter reporting is the principal mechanism for contracted Family Physicians, Nurse Practitioners and PCN funded Registered Nurses and Licensed Practical Nurses required to report on services provided to patients. Activity reporting using encounter records are initiated through the clinic EMR and collected by the Ministry through Teleplan.
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Encounter, Attachment and Shift Reporting EMR Orientation Guide - Oscar Pro

https://www.jcc-resourcecatalogue.ca/en/permalink/divisionresource1616
Published Date
2022
Link to File
/media/divresources/Encounter_Attachment_Shift_Reporting_EMROrientationGuide-Oscar-Pro.pdf
Description
"The General Practice Services Committee (GPSC) in collaboration with the electronic medical record (EMR) vendor have developed EMR orientation guides that outline how to submit encounter, attachment and shift records using a step-by-step approach. Encounter reporting is the principal mechanism for contracted Family Physicians, Nurse Practitioners and PCN funded Registered Nurses and Licensed Practical Nurses required to report on services provided to patients. Activity reporting using encounter records are initiated through the clinic EMR and collected by the Ministry through Teleplan."
Personal Author
GPSC in collaboration with the EMR Vendor
Published Date
2022
Topics
EMR
EMR Resources
Encounter, Attachment and Shift Reporting
Resource Type
Guide
File Type
Pdf
Link to File
/media/divresources/Encounter_Attachment_Shift_Reporting_EMROrientationGuide-Oscar-Pro.pdf
Description
The General Practice Services Committee (GPSC) in collaboration with the electronic medical record (EMR) vendor have developed EMR orientation guides that outline how to submit encounter, attachment and shift records using a step-by-step approach. Encounter reporting is the principal mechanism for contracted Family Physicians, Nurse Practitioners and PCN funded Registered Nurses and Licensed Practical Nurses required to report on services provided to patients. Activity reporting using encounter records are initiated through the clinic EMR and collected by the Ministry through Teleplan.
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Changes to attachment reporting procedures for PCN Nurse Practitioners

https://www.jcc-resourcecatalogue.ca/en/permalink/pcn145
Resource Type
Resource

Division Executive Director – Onboarding to DoBC and GPSC

https://www.jcc-resourcecatalogue.ca/en/permalink/divisionresource1614
Published Date
2022
Link to File
/media/divresources/Division-ED-Onboarding-to-DofBC-GPSC-Generic.pdf
Description
"This resource is a high level introduction to the General Practice Services Committee (GPSC), to assist with onboarding and orientation for new Division Executive Directors to the services and supports available through the GPSC and Doctors of BC (DoBC)."
Personal Author
Primary Care Transformation team and Facility Engagament team
Published Date
2022
Topics
Provincial Supports
Resource Type
Guide
File Type
Word
Link to File
/media/divresources/Division-ED-Onboarding-to-DofBC-GPSC-Generic.pdf
Description
This resource is a high level introduction to the General Practice Services Committee (GPSC), to assist with onboarding and orientation for new Division Executive Directors to the services and supports available through the GPSC and Doctors of BC (DoBC).
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Published Date
2022-04-29
Link to File
/media/divresources/PCN-Resource-Share-Out.pdf
Description
"A compilation of resources from PCNs across the province, organized by theme, and linked for easy access. The goal is to share lessons learned and innovative approaches across communities, while avoiding “reinventing the wheel” by leveraging the work done across the province."
Corporate Author
General Practice Services Committee
Published Date
2022-04-29
Topics
Primary Care Network
Resource Type
Resource List
File Type
Pdf
Link to File
/media/divresources/PCN-Resource-Share-Out.pdf
Description
A compilation of resources from PCNs across the province, organized by theme, and linked for easy access. The goal is to share lessons learned and innovative approaches across communities, while avoiding “reinventing the wheel” by leveraging the work done across the province.
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Divisions of Family Practice - Document of Intent Template

https://www.jcc-resourcecatalogue.ca/en/permalink/divisionresource1612
Published Date
2015
Link to File
/media/divresources/DivisionsofFamilyPractice-Document_of_Intent_Template.pdf
Description
"The Divisions Document of Intent (DOI) Template describes the roles and functions of the Divisions of Family Practice and the responsibilities of partners including Health Authorities, General Practice Services Committee, Ministry of Health and Doctors of BC in providing support for divisions in the context of the broader primary care system."
Corporate Author
General Practice Services Committee
Published Date
2015
Topics
Contracts and Agreements
Resource Type
Template
File Type
Pdf
Link to File
/media/divresources/DivisionsofFamilyPractice-Document_of_Intent_Template.pdf
Description
The Divisions Document of Intent (DOI) Template describes the roles and functions of the Divisions of Family Practice and the responsibilities of partners including Health Authorities, General Practice Services Committee, Ministry of Health and Doctors of BC in providing support for divisions in the context of the broader primary care system.
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Navigating the Team-Based Care Journey - Guide to GPSC TBC Resources

https://www.jcc-resourcecatalogue.ca/en/permalink/divisionresource1611
Published Date
2022-03
Link to File
/media/divresources/Guide_to_GPSC_TBC_Resources-2022-03-23.pdf
Description
"Team-based care is being established by diverse groups such as practices and providers, communities, and health leaders planning primary care networks. This Guide to GPSC TBC Resources is for all audiences interested in developing and implementing TBC. The Guide provides tangible steps and support for all stages throughout the implementation and improvement of TBC, from engaging and exploring, preparing, implementing, and strengthening and sustaining TBC. Resources in the Guide include tools that can be used independently or with training or coaching opportunities described in the Guide."
Corporate Author
General Practice Services Committee
Published Date
2022-03
Topics
Team-Based Care
Resource Type
Guide
File Type
Pdf
Link to File
/media/divresources/Guide_to_GPSC_TBC_Resources-2022-03-23.pdf
Description
Team-based care is being established by diverse groups such as practices and providers, communities, and health leaders planning primary care networks. This Guide to GPSC TBC Resources is for all audiences interested in developing and implementing TBC. The Guide provides tangible steps and support for all stages throughout the implementation and improvement of TBC, from engaging and exploring, preparing, implementing, and strengthening and sustaining TBC. Resources in the Guide include tools that can be used independently or with training or coaching opportunities described in the Guide.
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Group Contract for Practicing Full Service Family Physicians - Template

https://www.jcc-resourcecatalogue.ca/en/permalink/pcn144
Resource Type
Template

NP Infrastructure Funding for Divisions of Family Practice - Q&A

https://www.jcc-resourcecatalogue.ca/en/permalink/divisionresource1608
Published Date
2021-11-01
Link to File
/media/divresources/NPInfrastructureFundingforDivisions_November_2021.pdf
Description
"This Q&A summarizes all the questions the GPSC and NNPBC have received about the inclusion of NPs as full voting members in Divisions."
Corporate Author
General Practice Services Committee
Nurses and Nurse Practitioners of BC
Published Date
2021-11-01
Topics
Funding
Resource Type
FAQ
File Type
Pdf
Link to File
/media/divresources/NPInfrastructureFundingforDivisions_November_2021.pdf
Description
This Q&A summarizes all the questions the GPSC and NNPBC have received about the inclusion of NPs as full voting members in Divisions.
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Published Date
2019
Link to File
/media/divresources/PMH_QI_Extension_TBC.docx
Description
"This is a GPSC developed tool which helps to surface potential practice opportunities in the context of the Patient Medical Home model of care."
Corporate Author
General Practice Services Committee
Published Date
2019
Topics
Team-Based Care
Quality Improvement
Team-Based Care: Exploring & Engaging Stage
Resource Type
Tool
File Type
Word
Link to File
/media/divresources/PMH_QI_Extension_TBC.docx
Description
This is a GPSC developed tool which helps to surface potential practice opportunities in the context of the Patient Medical Home model of care.
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Published Date
2021
Link to File
/media/divresources/Team_Based_Care_Readiness _Tool_Test_VersionMarch24.pdf
Description
"The Team-Based Care Readiness tool determines if support is needed prior to team-based care implementation to support a team’s success in moving forward with implementation. The readiness tool is meant to guide a conversation with a clinic and is intended to be used with a coach to support the discussion and identify areas for potential support."
Corporate Author
General Practice Services Committee
Published Date
2021
Topics
Team-Based Care
Quality Improvement
Team-Based Care: Exploring & Engaging Stage
Resource Type
Tool
File Type
Pdf
Link to File
/media/divresources/Team_Based_Care_Readiness _Tool_Test_VersionMarch24.pdf
Description
The Team-Based Care Readiness tool determines if support is needed prior to team-based care implementation to support a team’s success in moving forward with implementation. The readiness tool is meant to guide a conversation with a clinic and is intended to be used with a coach to support the discussion and identify areas for potential support.
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Group Contract for Practicing Full-Service Family Physicians FAQs

https://www.jcc-resourcecatalogue.ca/en/permalink/pcn143
Resource Type
Resource

New-to-Practice Contract for Family Physicians and Nurse Practitioners FAQs

https://www.jcc-resourcecatalogue.ca/en/permalink/pcn142
Resource Type
Resource

Burnaby DoFP Neighbourhood Networks Case Study - Executive Summary

https://www.jcc-resourcecatalogue.ca/en/permalink/divisionresource1605
Division
Burnaby Division of Family Practice
Published Date
2022-02
Link to File
/media/divresources/BurnabyDoFP_NeighborhoodNetworksCaseStudy_Executive_Summary.pdf
Description
"This document is the executive summary of the Burnaby DoFP Neighbourhood Networks case study. As part of GPSC commitment to the development of physician networks as a key component of primary care system change, the Burnaby DoFP Neighborhood Network case study explores the development and implementation of three neighborhood networks in Burnaby. The creation of neighborhood networks in Burnaby was prompted by family physicians who recognized the need to bring together family physicians from across local communities to increase their interconnectedness, provide opportunities for local Primary Care Network planning, and enable methods for sharing care with each other with the goal of improving patient access to medical care across Burnaby. Burnaby’s neighborhood networks have supported family physicians to connect socially, learn from each other, identify options for locum coverage and after-hours care, and support referrals to specialist care throughout the networks. Key outcomes: family physicians were able to increase patients’ access to care by referring patients to their family physician peers, expanding their use of locums, working on the development of an Urgent and Primary Care Clinic, and procuring additional healthcare resources for the neighborhood networks. A discussion of the neighborhood network's future goals and next steps is included."
Division
Burnaby Division of Family Practice
Corporate Author
General Practice Services Committee
Published Date
2022-02
Topics
Primary Care Network
Patient Medical Home
Evaluation
Resource Type
Summary
File Type
Pdf
Link to File
/media/divresources/BurnabyDoFP_NeighborhoodNetworksCaseStudy_Executive_Summary.pdf
Description
This document is the executive summary of the Burnaby DoFP Neighbourhood Networks case study. As part of GPSC commitment to the development of physician networks as a key component of primary care system change, the Burnaby DoFP Neighborhood Network case study explores the development and implementation of three neighborhood networks in Burnaby. The creation of neighborhood networks in Burnaby was prompted by family physicians who recognized the need to bring together family physicians from across local communities to increase their interconnectedness, provide opportunities for local Primary Care Network planning, and enable methods for sharing care with each other with the goal of improving patient access to medical care across Burnaby. Burnaby’s neighborhood networks have supported family physicians to connect socially, learn from each other, identify options for locum coverage and after-hours care, and support referrals to specialist care throughout the networks. Key outcomes: family physicians were able to increase patients’ access to care by referring patients to their family physician peers, expanding their use of locums, working on the development of an Urgent and Primary Care Clinic, and procuring additional healthcare resources for the neighborhood networks. A discussion of the neighborhood network's future goals and next steps is included.
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Burnaby DoFP Neighbourhood Networks Case Study - Full Report

https://www.jcc-resourcecatalogue.ca/en/permalink/divisionresource1606
Division
Burnaby Division of Family Practice
Published Date
2022-02
Link to File
/media/divresources/BurnabyDoFP_NeighborhoodNetworksCaseStudy_Full_Report.pdf
Description
"This document details the full case study on the Burnaby DoFP Neighborhood Networks. As part of GPSC commitment to the development of physician networks as a key component of primary care system change, the Burnaby DoFP Neighborhood Network case study explores the development and implementation of three neighborhood networks in Burnaby. The creation of neighborhood networks in Burnaby was prompted by family physicians who recognized the need to bring together family physicians from across local communities to increase their interconnectedness, provide opportunities for local Primary Care Network planning, and enable methods for sharing care with each other with the goal of improving patient access to medical care across Burnaby. Burnaby’s neighborhood networks have supported family physicians to connect socially, learn from each other, identify options for locum coverage and after-hours care, and support referrals to specialist care throughout the networks. Key outcomes: family physicians were able to increase patients’ access to care by referring patients to their family physician peers, expanding their use of locums, working on the development of an Urgent and Primary Care Clinic, and procuring additional healthcare resources for the neighborhood networks. A discussion of the neighborhood network's future goals and next steps is included."
Division
Burnaby Division of Family Practice
Corporate Author
General Practice Services Committee
Published Date
2022-02
Topics
Primary Care Network
Patient Medical Home
Evaluation
Resource Type
Case Study
File Type
Pdf
Link to File
/media/divresources/BurnabyDoFP_NeighborhoodNetworksCaseStudy_Full_Report.pdf
Description
This document details the full case study on the Burnaby DoFP Neighborhood Networks. As part of GPSC commitment to the development of physician networks as a key component of primary care system change, the Burnaby DoFP Neighborhood Network case study explores the development and implementation of three neighborhood networks in Burnaby. The creation of neighborhood networks in Burnaby was prompted by family physicians who recognized the need to bring together family physicians from across local communities to increase their interconnectedness, provide opportunities for local Primary Care Network planning, and enable methods for sharing care with each other with the goal of improving patient access to medical care across Burnaby. Burnaby’s neighborhood networks have supported family physicians to connect socially, learn from each other, identify options for locum coverage and after-hours care, and support referrals to specialist care throughout the networks. Key outcomes: family physicians were able to increase patients’ access to care by referring patients to their family physician peers, expanding their use of locums, working on the development of an Urgent and Primary Care Clinic, and procuring additional healthcare resources for the neighborhood networks. A discussion of the neighborhood network's future goals and next steps is included.
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Published Date
2022
Link to File
/media/divresources/GPSCSupports_for_TeamBasedCare_Communication_Document.pdf
Description
"This document provides a brief overview of all the supports offered by the GPSC to support the transition of primary care practices to team based care."
Corporate Author
General Practice Services Committee
Published Date
2022
Topics
Team-Based Care
Resource Type
Summary
File Type
Pdf
Link to File
/media/divresources/GPSCSupports_for_TeamBasedCare_Communication_Document.pdf
Description
This document provides a brief overview of all the supports offered by the GPSC to support the transition of primary care practices to team based care.
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Program
Practice Support Program
Published Date
2018
Link to File
/media/divresources/PSPTBCTool _TBC_Preparation_Checklist.pdf
Description
"This tool helps practices new to TBC to think through who you might want on your team and how you want the team to function."
Program
Practice Support Program
Corporate Author
General Practice Services Committee
Published Date
2018
Topics
Team-Based Care
Quality Improvement
Team-Based Care: Exploring & Engaging Stage
Resource Type
Tool
File Type
Pdf
Link to File
/media/divresources/PSPTBCTool _TBC_Preparation_Checklist.pdf
Description
This tool helps practices new to TBC to think through who you might want on your team and how you want the team to function.
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Program
Practice Support Program
Published Date
2018
Link to File
/media/divresources/PSPTBCTool_Team_Mapping.pdf
Description
"This tool supports teams to identify gaps and overlap in patient care, based on the actual or potential composition of the team."
Program
Practice Support Program
Corporate Author
General Practice Services Committee
Published Date
2018
Topics
Team-Based Care
Quality Improvement
Team-Based Care: Preparing Stage
Resource Type
Tool
File Type
Pdf
Link to File
/media/divresources/PSPTBCTool_Team_Mapping.pdf
Description
This tool supports teams to identify gaps and overlap in patient care, based on the actual or potential composition of the team.
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Program
Practice Support Program
Published Date
2018
Link to File
/media/divresources/PSPTBCTool_Team_Roles_and_Workflow_with_Patients.pdf
Description
"This tool helps team members determine key functions with patients, identify strategies to coordinate and collaborate among team members, and support consistent messaging with patients."
Program
Practice Support Program
Corporate Author
General Practice Services Committee
Published Date
2018
Topics
Team-Based Care
Quality Improvement
Team-Based Care: Preparing Stage
Resource Type
Tool
File Type
Pdf
Link to File
/media/divresources/PSPTBCTool_Team_Roles_and_Workflow_with_Patients.pdf
Description
This tool helps team members determine key functions with patients, identify strategies to coordinate and collaborate among team members, and support consistent messaging with patients.
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Program
Practice Support Program
Published Date
2018
Link to File
/media/divresources/PSPTBCTool_Conversation_Guide_with_Patient.pdf
Description
"This tool can help you think through and prepare for a variety of different conversations you may need to have with patients."
Program
Practice Support Program
Corporate Author
General Practice Services Committee
Published Date
2018
Topics
Team-Based Care
Quality Improvement
Team-Based Care: Implementing Stage
Resource Type
Tool
File Type
Pdf
Link to File
/media/divresources/PSPTBCTool_Conversation_Guide_with_Patient.pdf
Description
This tool can help you think through and prepare for a variety of different conversations you may need to have with patients.
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