All categorical residents have been assigned a half-day to accomplish proactive outreach during their Ambulatory week. Each week there will be a specific assigned Temple University Practice Quality Indicator that the resident will be asked to contact their eligible patients in order to have them complete (examples below).
- Lipid Screening
- HTN management
- Breast Cancer Screening
- Osteoporosis Screening
- DM management: A1c, eye, foot exams
- Statin use in DM
- Statin use in CAD
The resident may use my chart function of EPIC, US mail, or telephone to contact their patients and work to get them in for their needed care. For each week the resident will document using the Outreach/Panel management Tracker 2019-2020 document to log their progress.
Throughout the year, the residents will be required to complete the following journal assignments in new innovations to reinforce the educational goals of the activity and provide documentation the resident’s portfolio that they been 1) monitoring their practice with the goal of improvement and 2) learning with the goal of improvement via performance audit.
Panel refers to the patient panel, or the patient population of the individual physician or practice. Panel management is the process of monitoring the patient population for important preventive and chronic care milestones based on guidelines determined by the practice.
The database link is below (will only work on a TUH or TU clinic computer). Login info is the same as Epic.
If you are an intern and the above website does not work please try this website: tsinfdb/pcp_affirm.php
Instructions for updating your health maintenance tab on epic can be found here.
If you experience any issues accessing the panel management websites please email Dr. Lee, Dr. Jacob, and Dr. Fahey.