NRHI Publishes Findings from Phase II of Off-Site Testing Research in Peer-Reviewed “Healthcare: The Journal of Delivery Science and Innovation”

Many off-site COVID-19 testing centers (OSCTCs) are struggling with strategies to serve vulnerable populations who have some of the highest rates of COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations, and deaths. Inter-OSCTC sharing of successful protocols and systems has been hampered by evolving resource constraints, the changing science of testing, and ever increasing COVID-19 case counts.

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MN Community Measurement Study Shows Pharmacists in Minnesota Successfully Intervene to Close Care Gaps for Patients with Diabetes

MN Community Measurement recently released results from a 12-month study on the impact of pharmacy-based engagement to close gaps in care for patients with diabetes. The study is part of…

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Unlocking Our Shared Humanity:
Applying Human-Centered Design to
Regional Health Improvement Efforts

The Health Improvement Partnership (HIP) of Santa Cruz County is one of the newest members of NRHI. HIP supports healthcare system improvement, emphasizing prevention and equity, through integrated, coordinated approaches…

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Applying Human-Centered Design to
Regional Health Improvement Efforts

Health Literacy Empowers Individuals and Communities

Increasing the health literacy of people in poverty, the uninsured, and the most vulnerable populations positively impacts their health, confidence, resilience, and self-reliance. Regional health improvement collaboratives are well positioned to bring forward community-centric solutions because of their multi-stakeholder multi-sector work and vested interest in creating thriving communities.

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Washington Health Alliace (WHA) Prepares Report on Oregon’s Frequently Used Health Services Through a Contract with the Oregon Health Authority

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Oregon Health Authority (OHA) and The Oregon Health Leadership Council (OHLC) contracted with the Washington Health Alliance (Alliance) to prepare a report on Oregon’s frequently used healthcare services. These services…

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