Off the Shelf TA

Six Building Blocks Opioid Management Program Webinar Series

Stroudwater offers a four-part webinar series to introduce and educate the audience about the Six Building Blocks Opioid Management Program. The Six Building Blocks Program provides an evidence-based quality improvement roadmap to help primary care practices implement consistent, effective, guideline-driven care for chronic pain patients on long-term opioid therapy. The Program was developed by a team from the University of Washington Department of Family Medicine and the Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute.

The webinar series offers the following four sessions:

  • Webinar #1. Introduction and High-Level Overview of the Six Building Blocks Program (45 minutes)
    • Also available as a one-hour standalone webinar for less thank $10,000.
  • Webinar #2. A Deeper Dive into the Six Building Blocks Program: Building Blocks 1-3 (60 minutes)
  • Webinar #3. A Deeper Dive into the Six Building Blocks Program: Building Blocks 4-6 (60 minutes)
  • Webinar #4. Six Building Blocks Program Implementation: Getting Started (60-90 minutes)
    • Organizations may choose an optional add-on component that includes access to a Six Building Blocks Self-Assessment tool after completion of Webinar #3; review and collation of self-assessment results by Stroudwater; and discussion of key self-assessment findings and related recommendations from Stroudwater during Webinar #4. If this add-on option is selected, then the engagement would be limited to a single client and not for multiple participants.

Organizations may customize the number and length of the sessions. Stroudwater will offer up to six sessions in a shorter “lunch and learn” type format to better meet staff scheduling needs, as requested and mutually agreed.




$25,000 - $75,000


Ongoing Availability


The sessions can be offered per a schedule of the client’s choosing, e.g. the sessions can be done back-to-back within the same week or paced-out over time, as mutually agreed.


Either single or multiple participants (one ACO or CP per TA project OR multiple ACOs or CPs per TA Project)


Performance Improvement

Population Health Management