The starter kits below were created by The Conversation Project , a public engagement initiative of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, to help you and your patients discuss your and their end-of-life care wishes.
Talking with your loved ones openly and honestly, before a medical crisis happens, gives everyone a shared understanding about what matters most to you at the end of life. You can use this Starter Kit whether you are getting ready to tell someone else what you want, or you want to help someone else get ready to share their wishes.
In addition to having the conversation, it’s important to choose a health care proxy – the person who will make decisions about your medical care if you become unable to make them for yourself. This user-friendly guide offers facts and tips necessary to make sound decisions about choosing, and being, a health care proxy.
1.Add all outreach type appointment to calendar
2.Add column in TCM Workflow
3.Add Participating Provider Metrics Report
4.Add Tin Name in PMPM
5.Add AWV Summary to ACO Reports
6.Add run date to each of the Raw reports or sections
7.Add CCM Services as Alert in Patient Profile
8.Add AWV Due in Patient Profile
9.Add CM Print to ACOs
10.Add CM Print in C3 Report
11.Add Admin Setting to Config C3 Filter Defaults
12.Add reCAPTCHA function for password reset link
Download an authenticator app like Google Authenticator or FreeOTP on your mobile device. Select an option to setup a new account and follow the instructions given to you in your app.
Use the app to scan the barcode on the above.
Enter the verification code generated by your authenticator app to complete setup.
Please enter the verification code displayed on your authenticator app.
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Acclivity Website and Services are directed toward adults we do not knowingly collect personal information from children under the age of 13. If we become aware that we have collected any personal information from children under 13, we will promptly remove such information from our databases.
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