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Missouri PCA Population Health Management implementation using Azara DRVS
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Missouri PCA Population Health Management implementation using Azara DRVS

Case Example

The Missouri Quality Improvement Network (MOQuIN) undertook a HRSA Health Center Controlled Network (HCCN) grant-funded initiative that aimed to help the state’s health centers adopt, implement, and upgrade HIT for Meaningful Use, and leverage data for quality improvement in a Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH). As part of this initiative, population health management technology was implemented to help MOQuIN and their health centers mine their patient data, to identify drivers of performance, and to test and measure the efficacy of strategies for improvement. This case study describes MPCA’s implementation experience, their selection process and criteria, and lessons learned.  In addition, MPCA shares their perspectives on the benefits of their implementation and challenges that still remain.

Download the case study below to read more about their selection proccess, implementation approach, lessons learned, and overall value proposition.

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