Roli Dwivedi, MD
Chief clinical Officer, Family Medicine Physician
Community University Health Care Center (CUHCC)
Dr. Dwivedi is an Assistant Professor of Family Medicine and Community Health and Chief Clinical Officer at the Community-University health care center at the University of Minnesota. She received her medical training in India, and completed residency in Family Medicine at the University of Minnesota. She is involved with several leadership and quality committees all across Minnesota and serves as vice speaker of the house within the executive committee of Minnesota AFP. Currently she is also leading a disparities in covid care task force at University of Minnesota. She is an educator and likes to create new models of teaching and culturally competent care deliveries. Her interest in education includes global health and culturally sensitive care, as well as improving health disparities in addition to mentoring medical students and residents.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
Increasing Collaborative Practice for a Community Health Center Through ACE-15 Teamness Score Innovations
There is an untapped capacity in community health centers for achieving high-functioning team-based care. Furthermore, there is a need to provide rapid assessment of how well teams operate in a busy health care environment. To this call of action, a leadership team at Community University Health Care Center (CUHCC) located in South Minneapolis sought to implement the Assessment of Collaborative Environments (ACE-15), a validated survey tool developed by Tilden (2016) to provide rapid assessment of team functioning. CUHCC strives to lead in team-based care and recently launched five…