*This webinar is hosted by the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) Transformation Center*
Join PCPCH program staff and a clinic partner for this in-depth technical assistance webinar on implementing a clinic-wide quality improvement strategy to meet Patient-Centered Primary Care Home measure 2.D.3. PCPCH program staff will share best practices they have learned from visiting clinics across the state. Clinical staff from Oregon Medical Group Gardenway Medical Clinic in Eugene will share their Quality Improvement tool Daily Management System.
What does a successful quality improvement project look like? Hint: starting with goal setting is key. Join us for this brief webinar to learn about the first steps in developing an effective quality improvement project and practice setting goals in real time.
As part of the Data Transparency Project, OPCA hosts quarterly calls focused on improving the metrics selected as a focus for the group. The topic of focus for each month rotate quarterly: Quarterly Data Review, Quarterly Learning and Sharing Session, and Quarterly Measurement and Improvement Call. View the recorded calls and slides and get more information here.
Primary care homes work continuously to measure and improve the quality of care they provide to their patient population. PCPCH tip sheets were developed from the reported experiences of recognized PCPCH’s, by a PSU research team under contract with the Oregon Health Authority, 2016. These recommendations are not part of the official OHA Technical Specifications and Reporting Guide and are not a guarantee of program recognition.
The Minnesota Department of Health put together a Public Health and Quality Improvement Toolbox, icluding resources for quality improvement and performance management, assessment and planning, and community and stakeholder engagement, among other topics.
Is your clinic working to improve adolescent well-care visit rates? Watch recordings of 10 webinars hosted by the Oregon Health Authority Transformation Center and presented by the Oregon Pediatric Improvement Partnership. Topics include educating youth and parents about the importance of well-care visits, privacy and confidentiality, leveraging school-based health centers and more. Additional materials available through this site.
The Quality Resource Use Reports (QRURs) are part of CMS's Physician Feedback Program which provides physicians with comparative information about the quality and cost of the care delivered to their Medicare fee-for-service patients. These modules help to understand and maximize the value in the QRURs.
Video describing the Model for Improvement as a quality improvement framework.
Reporting & Surveillance Resources for Enrolled Facilities.