During the 15th Webinar in our Collaboratives in Action: Responding to COVID-19 series, we heard from Care Transformation Collaborative-Rhode Island (CTC-RI). They reviewed how adult and pediatric primary care practices...Read More
Collaboratives across the country are taking swift action to support their key stakeholders in responding to community needs during the COVID-19 crisis. The Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement (NRHI) is honored to share key findings, promising practices, important innovations, and stories of hope from our members and other national thought leaders.
Collaboratives across the country are taking swift action to support their key stakeholders responding to the community needs during COVID-19 pandemic. The Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement (NRHI) is holding a series of webinars to share key findings, promising practices, important innovations, and stories of hope from our members and other national thought leaders. #StrongerTogether
Stronger Together: Applying Lessons from 2020 to Create a Better Path Forward
December 8th, 2020
Join NRHI for the last in our Collaboratives in Action: Responding to COVID-19 webinar series. This event will highlight lessons learned from 2020 and focus on the path forward in 2021. Panelists will highlight what regional leaders can expect from the administration, states, and the private sector in the coming year as they respond and address key health and healthcare issues resulting from the pandemic:
- Health equity
- Care delivery reform (telehealth/portable population health)
- Payment reform (lessons learned from examining ACO arrangement vs fee for service)
- Testing/vaccination strategy
- Measurement/reporting/quality improvement
Our expert panel will discuss these critical topics and share insights for opportunities to build more sustainable and equitable systems moving forward
Our speakers include:
- Sarah Dash, President of the Alliance for Health Policy
- Mara G. Aspinall, Co-Founder and Professor of Practice, Biomedical Diagnostics at Arizona State University
- Dr. Mark McClellan, Director of the Duke Margolis Center for Health Policy
- Dr. Rishi Manchanda, President & CEO of Health Begins
- Moderator- Nancy Giunto, Executive Director, Washington Health Alliance, NRHI Board Member
You are encouraged to share this event with others as we are #StrongerTogether!
COVID-19 Off-Site Testing Innovation Series: A National Forum for Regional Leaders
November 17 and 24, and December 1, 2020
2:00 – 3:00 pm EST
Join us for a three-part Innovation Series that will bring testing site leaders together to learn from one another and share successes and challenges.
The series will highlight innovative practices identified through research and practical implementation supported by NRHI and The Rockefeller Foundation.
Each session will be focused on topics identified as critical to the success of test site operations and will feature regional leaders that have overcome barriers to implement successful testing solutions.
11/17: Choosing the right type of testing site & managing through changes in weather.
11/24: Promoting a positive patient experience.
12/01: Return to school and work – scaling rapid testing.
During the 13th webinar in our Collaboratives in Action series, Elizabeth Winterbauer, MPH, lead researcher, discussed the key considerations identified through interviews with nearly thirty testing sites across the country....Read More
With the recent announcements from top pharmaceutical companies that a COVID-19 vaccine may be on the horizon, the Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement (NRHI) members shared thoughtful responses to common...Read More
Institute for Clinical Systems Improvement developed a Mental Health Playbook to provide planning and implementation strategies to support the current and long-term mental and emotional wellbeing of healthcare workforces. Nearly...Read More
The Center for Improving Value in Health Care (CIVHC), using data from the Colorado All Payer Claims Database (CO APCD) updated the Telehealth Services Utilization analysis available on civhc.org. The updated tool...Read More
NRHI members are addressing mental health with focus on healthcare workers during COVID-19.