The Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement (CFHI) has recently partnered with Ideate Group to support a limited number of small primary care sites make practice changes for better frailty detection and care for older adults living in community through practice facilitation.

The goal is to work with solo and small group primary care practices who are often less able to engage in larger programs such as quality improvement collaboratives. There will also be support to adjust care practices to the new realities of virtual, in person, and hybrid care and the realities of re-opening primary care amid Covid-19.

CFHI us seeking up to 14 solo-GP and small group practice sites who may be interested, in four provinces with existing practice facilitator networks – BC, AB, SK and ON. Participants will receive 1:1 support from a practice facilitator and a toolkit to begin improvement and to test and implement changes leading to improvement. Participants will also be supported to optimize their information and to manage disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

More details can be found here.

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