Practice Support Program
Established in 2007, the Practice Support Program (PSP) provides training and support for physicians and their medical office assistants (MOAs) that are designed to improve clinical and practice management and to support enhanced delivery of patient care.
We provide training and support through a number of different channels.
Learning modules – physician-led group training sessions offered in communities throughout BC. These group sessions are followed by action periods during which PSP participants try out what they have learned in their own practice.
Practice coaching – ongoing support provided by PSP regional coordinators to help physicians (including those who have not participated in a PSP learning module) implement practice changes and sustain improvements.
Quarterly learning sessions (in development) – physician-led group training sessions that focus on particular components of PSP learning modules and areas of improvement specific to community needs.
How’s Your Health BC? – a free web-based application through which patients can anonymously share information with their family physician via online surveys.