"Regional collaboratives are an effective tool in advancing the Triple Aim. They provide a structure that allows communities to come together to work on the tough issues–the critically important issues that are resistant to improvement without broad multi-stakeholder support and engagement."
NRHI SAN: Designing and Evaluating Quality Improvement Programs Learning Module 4: Practice Facilitators’ Role In Engaging Clinicians and Practice Teams
Date(s) - 02/23/2017 2:00 pm
Passed in April 2015, MACRA is one of the most significant pieces of healthcare-related federal legislation that we’ve seen in at least a decade. It holds enormous transformative potential for payment reform efforts, but it’s also complex to understand and put into practice.
The Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement Navigating Payment Reform series provides Practice Transformation Networks and their providers with information on QPP requirements and national and regional perspectives on preparing to succeed in volume based-care environments.
In the fourth module in this series, Kate Elliot, Program Director at Oregon Health Care Quality Corporation (Q Corp) moderated a discussion with a panel of practice facilitators on the many hats they wear, lessons learned and tools and strategies for engaging clinics.
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Many of our projects cross many different regions of the country. By supporting our members to work together across states and regions, we can help them share the lessons learned to accelerate transformation.
CEO & President, Greater Detroit Area Health Council
"As a Regional Health Improvement Collaborative (RHIC), the Greater Detroit Area Health Council (GDAHC) convenes disparate groups at a neutral table to resolve community-level challenges that prevent full achievement of the Triple Aim in southeast Michigan."