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Patient Aligned Care Teams (PACT) Demonstration Labs

PACT: part 1. Assessing Reactions to PACT Implementation: The Team and Individual Role Perceptions Survey (TIRPS), part 2. Burnout and Working to Top of Competency in VA Primary Care


by Christian Helfrich, PhD, MPH ; Stacy Lolkus, BS ; Gregory Stewart, PhD
Seminar date: 4/16/2014

Description: Part 1: The Team and Individual Role Perceptions Survey (TIRPS) was created to capture information about individual job roles and teamwork within Patient Aligned Care Teams (PACT). We will describe the background of the survey and illustrate how it has been utilized with in VISN 23. In addition, we will discuss sample reports and overall trends over the initial three years of PACT implementation. Part 2: We will review findings from two cross-sectional, national surveys of VA Primary Care in 2012 and 2013. The surveys included assessments of burnout and working to top of competency and were completed by physicians, nurses, clinical associates and administrative clerks. The target audience includes researchers and practitioners interested in PACT implementation, effects on Primary Care personnel, team processes, and role perceptions.

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