How can we use our skills and processes in ways that benefit patients who are suffering from a system that doesn’t adequately address their needs? It’s all about improving care quality.
That’s why the goals of CAPC’s third John A. Hartford Foundation Tipping Point Challenge are twofold: 1) to increase the number of specialties and disciplines enhancing their clinical skills, and 2) to catalyze innovation that will make positive, breakthrough change in the care of serious illness.
Two ways to compete: The greatest number of CAPC course completions within the timeframe of the competition. Or, the greatest number of course completions since becoming a member organization. For complete details, visit the FAQ section.
Initiatives, already implemented with proven outcomes, that are making breakthrough change in the care of serious illness. For complete details, please visit the FAQ section.
- You can participate in one or both Challenge categories.
- Category 1 is open to CAPC member organizations only. Course completions must take place between November 1, 2022-October 31, 2023.
- Category 2 is open to all. All settings, disciplines, and specialties, anywhere in the US, should participate. Submissions of initiatives will take place between October 1-31, 2023.
- A special Challenge for New York City-based organizations will be held simultaneously. Learn more here.
- Winners (both categories) will be announced February and March 2024
For complete details, please visit the FAQ section.
BROWSE USEFUL RESOURCES
Whatever point you are at in enhancing skills and creating change, CAPC has put together useful resources to help guide you. Following are select resources for the third Tipping Point Challenge.
A Message from Diane Meier
CAPC Clinical Courses
CAPC Training Assignments
CAPC Innovation Hub
Video Stories from the first Challenge (Clinical Training)
Video Stories from the second Challenge (Innovation)
CAPC Video Library
CAPC hosts member and open-to-all events throughout the year. We encourage you take full advantage, as these events provide technical assistance, build clinical and operational skill, share information and best practices, convene the field, improve access and awareness, and promote the ideas that grow out of the competition.