What Do Teams Have To Do With It? High-Functioning Teams for Advancing Team-Based Care
Team Up! Team-Based Primary & Community Care in Action is a webinar and podcast series that aims to connect individuals and teams, identify tools to apply to current work underway and share experiences in team-based care across the province. Access the podcast!
This webinar examines the importance of high-functioning teams in enabling better care. Dana Hubler and Rahul Gupta will explore the value of high-functioning teams, share evidence on eight elements that foster high-functioning teams, and relate details about the Quality Team Coaching for Rural BC (QTC4RBC) program.
- Explore the impact of high-functioning teams on patient and provider satisfaction, retention and patient outcomes
- Share the elements that foster high-functioning teams
- Describe the Quality Team Coaching for Rural BC program
What Do Teams Have To Do With It: High Functioning Teams
This episode is a recording of February 18th’s Team Up webinar. In this episode, family physicians Dana Hubler and Raul Gupta share their experiences with the Quality Team Coaching Program for Rural BC (QTC) and reflect on what they have learned about elements that foster the development of highly functioning teams. Rahul and Dana reflect on the importance of psychological safety, relationships and the engagement of leadership in efforts to enhance team based care in rural BC and discuss how the lessons they have learned could be applied more broadly. Learn more about the pilot program here: rccbc.ca/qtbc.ca