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Achieving Goals Through Interprofessional Collaboration

presented by Lisa Milliken, MA, CCC-SLP, FNAP, CDP, RAC-CT

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Financial: Lisa Milliken receives compensation from MedBridge for this course.

Nonfinancial: Lisa Milliken has no competing nonfinancial interests or relationships with regard to the content presented in this course.

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Video Runtime: 63 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 48 Minutes

Interprofessional team members are challenged to assure the highest-quality care with the lowest costs, without medical errors, and with optimal outcomes. Traditional approaches have included single-practitioner, interdisciplinary, and multidisciplinary care. However, these older models have reportedly included gaps in communication and practice. There is a current need to achieve the complex goals of the latest Quintuple Aim. Significant evidence from current research shares the use of interprofessional collaboration to be useful in this goal. This course will initially share the definitions and benefits of interprofessional collaboration in practice and education. Participants will then be directed through strategies to overcome barriers for achieving collaborative teamwork and will see the examples of such collaborative practices across multiple settings, including primary care, acute care, skilled nursing facilities, home health, outpatient care, universities, and schools. This course is applicable to physicians, nurses, physical therapists and physical therapy assistants, occupational therapists and occupational therapy assistants, speech-language pathologists, respiratory therapists, athletic trainers, social workers, case managers, and dietitians.

Meet Your Instructor

Lisa Milliken, MA, CCC-SLP, FNAP, CDP, RAC-CT

Lisa Milliken received her BA from Louisiana Tech University and her MA from the University of Memphis in audiology and speech-language pathology. She has since served adults and geriatrics as a clinician, manager, vice president, consultant, compliance manager, and education director and is passionate about mentoring healthcare professionals across the country. She currently provides continuing…

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1. What Is Interprofessional Collaboration (IPC), and What Goals Does This Model Achieve?

This chapter initially defines interprofessional collaboration, which includes differentiating this model from other related terms, such as interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary teamwork. Benefits will then be discussed, to include IPC’s alignment with achieving the Quintuple Aim.

2. Barriers to Interprofessional Collaboration and Strategies to Work Through Them

This section initially reviews evidence from recent studies citing common barriers and challenges to achieving interprofessional collaboration in different settings. Then strategies will be shared, including the facilitator’s role in breaking down barriers and increasing team performance.

3. Examples of Effective Interprofessional Collaboration in Different Settings

This chapter depicts multiple examples of interprofessional collaboration across a variety of settings to include primary care, pediatric settings, schools, skilled nursing facilities, and discharge from acute to home planning, all with a range of professionals working together for optimal outcomes for the patient/client.

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