The Care Advancement Network (formerly CareZooming) is a web-based knowledge forum for lowering the barriers to implementing innovations in care delivery.
Through our summaries of the latest innovations in healthcare and our virtual roundtables connecting people who undertake similar improvement efforts from across the United States, we seek to enhance the delivery of ambulatory care and amplify the voices of on-the-ground innovators.
Register for the full course series to gain access to all of our roundtables as well as our subscription-only written content.
Each virtual roundtable will feature 1-2 clinicians who have implemented novel practices in their healthcare setting. They will describe these experiences to learners, who will then be able to share their relevant experiences with each other.
- Social Determinants of Health in the time of COVID
- Community and Workforce Equity
- Systems for Providing Substance Use Disorder Treatment in Ambulatory Care
- Primary and Specialty Care Collaboration
- Population Health and Chronic Disease Management in the Time of COVID
- Addressing Mental Health Needs in the Time of COVID
- Digital Health and the Telemedicine Transformation
- Clinician Wellbeing in the Time of COVID
- Systems for Improving Transitions of Care
Our Roundtable Advisory Board includes:
- Susan Edgman Levitan, PA - Executive Director of the John D. Stoeckle Center for Primary Care Innovation at Massachusetts General Hospital
- Aaron Hoffman, DO - Chief Clinical Innovation Engineer, Atrius Health
- Darilyn Moyer, MD - CEO and EVP of the American College of Physicians
- Reena Gupta, MD - Associate Professor of General Internal Medicine at UCSF Health
- Stacie Schmidt, MD - Associate Professor at the Emory School of Medicine, Director of Primary Care at Grady Health
- Deep Shah, MD - Internist at the Gwinnett Clinic
- Jesse Wu, RN - Nursing Director at the Los Angeles Christian Health Centers
- Shalina Nair, MD - Vice Chair for Quality and Innovation at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center
- Patricia Dykes, PhD, MA, RN - Associate Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School