Practice Transformation

Practice transformation refers to a process of change in the organization and delivery of primary care to advance quality improvement, patient-centered care, and characteristics of high performing primary care. The AETC Program will implement projects to support and facilitate practice transformation in selected clinics in order to improve patient outcomes along the HIV care continuum by integrating principles of the patient-centered medical home model and integrated HIV care and behavioral health services. The practice transformation process involves goal-setting, leadership, practice facilitation, workflow changes, quality improvement and outcomes measurement, and adapting organizational tools and processes to support advances in models of team-based care.

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  • Practicing Cultural Humility to Transform Health Care

    Jennifer McGee-Avila's picture
    Moving beyond culture competency to cultural humility acknowledges patients’ authority over their own lived experience

    Health care delivery often involves a one-size-fits-all approach. As clinicians, we treat a patient with a particular diagnosis similar to the last patient we saw with the same...

  • Transitioning Your HIV Practice to a New Doctor

    The AIDS epidemic raged around me like a wildfire in the late '80s and early '90s while I trained in medicine in San Francisco. During that storm, I began working with people living with HIV. In 1995, ready to start a primary medical practice, I landed at a community clinic in Berkeley, California...
  • Evolving: A Journey in Practice Transformation

    Kirsten R Corrigan's picture

    I remember driving to Chicago on my first day as a Midwest AETC Practice Transformation (PT) Coach filled with both excitement and apprehension to participate in a 3-day intensive training titled Building Blocks of High Performing Primary Care. While the concepts of PT were familiar to me after...