Evidence-based Strategies for Hypertension Control: Team-based Care
DATE: August 11th, 2022
Previously: "Team-Based Care to Improve Blood Pressure Control"
Team-based care involves health professionals from different disciplines working collaboratively on a care team with the patient and the patient’s primary care provider to enhance the patient’s care. Team-based care, as part of a comprehensive treatment protocol for hypertension management, is a best practice strategy that can help improve blood pressure control, particularly among patients who are African American, Black, Hispanic, or Latino. In this webinar, we provide strategies and best practices for using team-based care to improve blood pressure control rates. Presenters will also provide an example of team-based care as part of a larger strategy to improve patient hypertension via telehealth.
- How using a team-based care model can improve hypertension control
- Strategies for implementing team-based care to improve blood pressure control
- Telehealth strategies for improving patient blood pressure control
- Dr. Janine Bera, MD, Chief Medical Officer, WellSpace Health
- Janet Ramirez, MPH, CHES, Health Education Program Manager, WellSpace Health
- Juliette Martinez, Senior Corporate Initiatives Director, American Heart Association
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