"During a time of constant change and transformation, the healthcare system thrives off of collaboration and networks. The work is successful due to local and national partnerships with healthcare stakeholders, joining efforts to improve patient safety and coordinate care."
NRHI SAN: Designing and Evaluating Quality Improvement Programs Learning Module 4: Practice Facilitators’ Role In Engaging Clinicians and Practice Teams
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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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Executive Director, Oregon Health Care Quality Corporation
"I believe that RHICs represent one of the best transformation avenues available to scale important improvements in healthcare. As a neutral party, Collaboratives can bring all parties to the table and come up with solutions that work for all stakeholders."