Improving Prevention and Screening for Diabetes LINK HERE
In this podcast, SYNC graduate Marvella Rea, Medical Home Case Manager with Augusta Medical Group, discuss the August Health and Central Shenandoah Health District team capstone project which was designed to improve prevention and screening for diabetes in their region. Learn how this team developed a clinical-community partnership and engaged both providers and patients to increase referrals to their Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP).
A New CARE Plan: An Innovative Approach to Secondary Stroke Prevention LINK HERE
In this podcast, SYNC graduate Stacie Stevens, Stroke Program Manager with VCU Health shares her experience on an innovative project from a group at VCU Health and Chesterfield County Fire & EMS to improve secondary stroke prevention among a high-risk population. In this SYNC capstone project, the group came together in their shared passion for secondary stroke prevention without physically working together. Insights in personal learning and value to the organization are shared in the podcast.
Colorectal Cancer Screening Project (Valley Health) LINK HERE
In this podcast, SYNC graduates from Valley Health, Larry Ponce, Corporate Director of the Oncology Service Line and Dr. David Switzer, a family medicine physician discuss their project which aimed to increase patient follow through on colorectal cancer screening. Assembling a representative team where all voices were valued, narrowing their focus, utilizing data, and identifying the patient experience beyond clinical walls were all keys themes they touch on in their success.
Increasing Patient Volume for Oncology Clinical Trials (Valley Health)
In this podcast, SYNC graduates from Valley Health Larry Ponce, Corporate Director of the Oncology Service Line and Maureen Yarrington, Coordinator for Accreditation and Compliance discuss their team’s capstone project, in which they convened a team to increase patient volume for oncology clinical trials. Learn more about how this SYNC Team made this project happen.