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HITEQ Webinars

10/11 HITEQ Highlights - EHR Selection and Implementation

A HITEQ Center Webinar

Alyssa Thomas 0 727

Click here to download the transcript of this October 11th HITEQ Highlights webinar and click here to listen to the archived recording

This session will introduce the Resource Set on EHR Selection and Implementation, present the business case, explain both the contents and how it is organized, how to find, and use the resources.  The presentation will go in- depth on contract terms and negotiating strategy tools and the resources describing them. The session may also cover content from “Accessing your Data: Questions to Consider with your EHR Vendor.”

10/4 HITEQ Highlights – Health IT-Enabled Quality Improvement: A Guide to Improvement

A HITEQ Center Webinar

Alyssa Thomas 0 4069

Improving care delivery is a business and mission imperative for health centers, and the HITEQ Center offers a growing collection of tools and services to support this journey. The foundation for these particular offerings is the "Guide for Improving Care Processes and Outcomes in FQHCs."  This web-based resource provides step-by-step guidance on understanding and improving workflows and information flows that drive performance on key targets such as hypertension control and colorectal cancer screening. Guide centerpieces include worksheets for documenting, analyzing, sharing and improving care processes for such targets.

Strategies and tools in the Guide have been used successfully in various quality improvement (QI) initiatives, and a HITEQ Center focus is spreading this value more quickly and widely among health centers. This introductory training session introduces health centers and their partners to the Guide's proven approaches, worksheets and other health IT-enabled QI tools. Health Centers and their partners can incorporate these approaches into their existing QI activities, or use them as a foundation for putting a solid QI foundation in place. The session empowers attendees with critical 'what to know' and 'what to do' QI information, and concludes by recommending a 'quick-win' exercise wherein attendees use a worksheet in a brief exercise with their teams to document current care processes for a high priority target, and brainstorm potential improvements. Material in the Guide and in the training session provide further details about performing a more robust care process analysis, as well as on prioritizing, implementing, evaluating and sustaining improvements surfaced during the analysis phase.

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Quadruple Aim

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Improving the U.S. health care system requires four aims: improving the experience of care, improving the health of populations, reducing per capita costs and improving care team well-being. HITEQ Center resources seek to provide content and direction aligned with the goals of the Quadruple Aim

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