The TCPI Medication Management and Opioid (MMO) Initiative intends to generate commitments from TCPI and partner clinicians to be in action to address the nation’s opioid crisis.
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The Healthcare Communities site improves health care for millions by supporting individuals who implement healthcare quality improvement and transformation.
Healthcare Communities is a collection of nearly 70 virtual communities
This web-based tool allows individuals in different healthcare-related organizations to join "communities" with shared interests and goals to work together, regardless of location.
Nearly 70 communities nationwide participate in HealthcareCommunities.org, all of them working to improve some aspect of healthcare. Various sources fund these communities: government agencies, professional associations, organizations involved in healthcare improvement and commercial entities.
Imagine what can be achieved when different organizations in different states share their expertise and resources to solve common problems and address common issues.
Multiple formats of communication and information sharing are available for easy access.
Healthcare Communities knows the effectiveness of collaboration, and promotes improvement of healthcare quality and transformation.
Individuals share resources and experiences with colleagues to find solutions and accelerate improvement efforts.
Collaborating for improved patient experience
Facilities and Innovative Design in Organizations (FIDO) brings together Health Care delivery providers and Vendors specializing in building new healthcare facilities. One organization's goal: Build 20 new health centers in the next 5 years. Follow the progress!
The Partnership for Patients (PfP) initiative is a public-private partnership working to improve the quality, safety and affordability of health care for all Americans. The latest outcomes from the initiative show hospital acquired infections decreased by 17% over a 3 year period!
The Quality Improvement Organization (QIO) Program’s 14 Quality Innovation Network-QIOs (QIN-QIOs) bring Medicare beneficiaries, providers, and communities together in data-driven initiatives that increase patient safety, make communities healthier, better coordinate post-hospital care, and improve clinical quality.
CMS’s Transforming Clinical Practice Initiative (TCPI) aims to help clinicians achieve large-scale health transformation. Designed to support more than 140,000 clinicians, the initiative aims to promote improved quality and reduced costs and to support payment reform.