Webinar Series for Primary Care Managers

A webinar series for primary care managers was developed in the fall of 2013 through a collaboration between the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (formerly the Michigan Department of Community Health, or MDCH) and the Michigan Primary Care Transformation Project (MiPCT).

As a service to MiPCT care managers and other primary care practice professionals, we have archived the presentations as individual video files on YouTube. Clicking a link will take you directly to the archived version of that presentation.


MDCH Public Health Resources for Injury Prevention, Arthritis, and Disability Health (October 2, 2013)

  • Understand why injury prevention, arthritis, and disability health are important to your practice
  • Receive background about injury prevention, arthritis, and disability health in Michigan
  • Receive resources to assist you in addressing injury prevention, arthritis, and disability health

 

MDCH Public Health Resources for Cancer and Tobacco Control, with Review of Asthma, Cardiovascular Disease, Diabetes, and Obesity (October 16, 2013)

  • Understand why cancer and tobacco treatment support resources are important to your practice
  • Receive background information about cancer and tobacco control in Michigan
  • Receive resources to assist you in addressing cancer and tobacco issues in your practice
  • Review resources in hypertension/cardiovascular health, diabetes, and obesity/weight management

 

MDCH Public Health Resources for Substance Abuse, Mental Health, and HIV/AIDS (October 30, 2013)

  • Understand why substance abuse, mental health, and HIV/AIDS treatment support resources are important to your practice
  • Receive background information about substance abuse, mental health, and HIV/AIDS in Michigan
  • Receive resources to assist you in addressing substance abuse, mental health, and HIV/AIDS issues in your practice 

 

MDCH Public Health Resources for Women Infants and Children and Children’s Special Health Care Services (November 13, 2013)

  • Understand why Women, Infants and Children (WIC) and Children’s Special Health Care Services support resources are important to your practice
  • Receive background information about WIC and Children’s Special Health Care in Michigan
  • Receive resources to assist you in addressing WIC and Children’s Special Health Care issues in your practice