Lyndee Knox

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Reply to [ARCHIVED] Knowledge Dissemination & Outreach Education: Implementation Strategies

June 13, 2015
I'm a little late to responding to the final questions. Here is my response to one - what does it take for outreach education to be successful. My answer to this one is fairly short -first off, at LA Net we've found you have to have leadership that is deeply ...

Reply to [ARCHIVED] Knowledge Dissemination & Outreach Education: Implementation Strategies

June 10, 2015
Madhuri -absolutely. Would love to visit more off line. In response to the question about where do we begin in determining the needs of a program - the short answer is we start where the practice is. We ask them what their pain points are. And build out from there. ...

Reply to [ARCHIVED] Knowledge Dissemination & Outreach Education: Implementation Strategies

June 9, 2015
This is a response to Madhuri's question about IT and apps and how they impact practice facilitation. In our work in the Los Angeles safety net there are several things I can share. First is the issue of Health IT in the practices. Almost all of the practices we work ...

Reply to [ARCHIVED] Knowledge Dissemination & Outreach Education: Implementation Strategies

June 9, 2015
Carol's mention of the power of stories is an important one for us in the outreach education. Once a new treatment or new health care process has a sufficient evidence base behind it- and clinicians have been trained on the content, the next question is how do you help them ...

Reply to [ARCHIVED] Knowledge Dissemination & Outreach Education: Implementation Strategies

June 8, 2015
Hi everyone. I'm excited to be participating on this learning community. I'll follow Michael's lead on the know -do gap. At LA Net (my organization) we use practice facilitators (PF) to help practices close the "know-do" gap. Our PFs are people who are trained in quality improvement methods, change management, ...


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