NNCC is committed to the transformation of clinical practice through the formation and optimization of high-quality care teams. NNCC developed two training programs, Formation & Optimization of Interdisciplinary Care Teams and Care Coordination: Foundations and Patient Engagement as part of the Transforming Clinical Practice Initiative, a CMS grant. These four-hour, three module workshops were developed in collaboration with experts in care team training from Arizona State University and the National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education at the University of Minnesota. Both workshops are delivered in a train-the-trainer format and help participants learn how to define and enhance interdisciplinary care teams, clarify team roles and responsibilities, and optimize continuity and define specialty primary care roles through review of resources already prepared and samples. NNCC staff have delivered these trainings as learning collaborative modules in partnership with primary care associations (PCAs). Each learning collaborative includes live presentations of the workshop content, as well as online modules orienting learners to key concepts from the workshop and an opportunity to follow-up on SMART goals around care team formation, optimization, and the coordination of care.