Development of a PMO within NC for those professions with no advocacy
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Hi all! I've attached the guide that I referenced last week. Please share your thoughts on the formatting of this guide, and ideas on moving forward...
Why: need for access to appropriate recovery sensitive providers discussed spreadsheet format- who owns document? excel format with filters PMO and...Extending NC PMO Advocacy
The final goals for this workgroup will be defined during the NC Recovery Alliance Summit on March 7-8. This description will be updated at that time to reflect those goals. Some thought starters are given below, but we encourage all group members to add their thoughts in advance of the summit. Simply click the plus sign beside the Discussions tab on the right side of the page or comment on an existing discussion.
a. Borrow models and systems from states with existing/extensive coverage of many disciplines (e.g. South Carolina).
b. Borrow lessons learned from historical development of PMO systems in other states, drawing lessons from many disciplines (law, nursing, CRNA’s, social work and professional counseling, pharmacy, respiratory therapy, psychology, etc.)