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Registration Now Open for Chronic Pain Breakthrough Collaborative

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Heather Tick (center) engages with other participants to discuss modalities of integrative care.

Faculty and participants discuss innovations in pain care

To adequately address chronic pain in today’s healthcare system, industry innovators must create a new patient-focused and interdisciplinary chronic pain care model that focuses on drugless therapies and self-care. Continue reading “Registration Now Open for Chronic Pain Breakthrough Collaborative” »

A Collaborative Focus On Pain Management

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In early September, Samueli Institute convened more than 40 leaders in pain management as part of the Chronic Pain Breakthrough Collaborative. The meeting was the second of three highly interactive learning sessions focused on state-of-the-art ideas in integrative chronic pain care.  Participants shared with each other the specific best practices they’ve tried – what worked and what didn’t – and learned how to customize recommended ideas to accelerate improvement in their own organizations.

Participants included military and civilian health system practitioners, from senior health system leaders, physicians, anesthesiologists, and surgeons to social workers, acupuncturists, physical therapists, and process improvement specialists, all dedicated to providing better care for patients who suffer from chronic pain.

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Integrated Team Approaches To Improving Outcomes For Chronic Pain

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In early September, Samueli Institute convened more than 40 leaders in pain management as part of the Chronic Pain Breakthrough Collaborative. The meeting was the second of three highly interactive learning sessions focused on state-of-the-art ideas in integrative chronic pain care.  Participants shared with each other the specific best practices they’ve tried – what worked and what didn’t – and learned how to customize recommended ideas to accelerate improvement in their own organizations.

Participants included military and civilian health system practitioners, from senior health system leaders, physicians, anesthesiologists and surgeons to social workers, acupuncturists, physical therapists, and process improvement specialists, all dedicated to providing better care for patients who suffer from chronic pain.

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