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MiPCT Webinar

Sep 4 2013

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Presented by

Hae Mi Choe, PharmD, Clinical Associate Professor of Pharmacy University of Michigan College of Pharmacy & Director, Innovative Ambulatory Pharmacy Practices University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers

MiPCT Webinar

Aug 21 2013

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Presented by

Kerrie Barney, RN, BSN, CHPN Hybrid Care Manager, Lakeshore Family Care

Guides and Policies

Quality Improvement Strategy

From the Safety Net Medical Home Initiative

Implementation-Guide-QI-Strategy-1.pdf

QI Strategy Implementation Guide Part I: Choosing and Using a QI Framework

Part 1 of the QI Strategy Implementation Guide Series includes an overview of QI methods and provides detailed information and case studies. August 2011

Implementation-Guide-QI-Strategy-2.pdf

QI Strategy Implementation Guide Part 2: Optimizing Health Information Technology for Patient-Centered Medical Homes

This guide describes how clinics can optimize health information technology to power medical home workflows. It also includes tips for clinics without electronic health records. March 2011

Tools

IHI Quality Improvement Resources

From the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, Cambridge, MA

Website

Lean for Clinical Redesign Clinical Quality Initiative

Web site provides Lean background, tools, videos, websites, and highlights Michigan Practices Lean Collaboratives.

Website

Improving Chronic Illness Care

Website focused on chronic care model and includes tools, literature, resources

Article

Closing the Quality Gap: A Critical Analysis of Quality Improvement Strategies

From Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. Vol 7: Care Coordination Shojania KG, McDonald KM, Wachter RM, Owens DK, editors. Technical Review 9 (Prepared by Stanford-UCSF Evidence-Based Practice Center under contract No. 290-02-0017). AHRQ Publication No. 04(07)-0051-7. Rockville, MD: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. June 2007

This paper develops a working definition of care coordination, applies it to a review of systematic reviews, and identifies theoretical frameworks that might predict or explain how care coordination mechanisms are influenced by factors in the health care setting and how they relate to patient outcomes and health care costs.

Article

Reduced Readmissions - Reform’s Low-Hanging Fruit

From Institute for Healthcare Improvement via Health Insight. Boutwell, A. Reduced Readmissions - Reform’s Low-Hanging Fruit: How can we be sure it’s within our grasp? Healthcare Executive March/April 2011

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