Quality in a Multi-Stakeholder Health Care Community
A case study webconference led by The Colorado Beacon Consortium
Thank You for Your Interest
A video recording of the live presentation on April 25, 2012, is available below.
If you would like further information about our work in this terrain, please contact us or visit the Crimson Care Registry homepage.
Achieving higher quality and lower cost across a health care community requires a dedication to practice transformation and the utilization of connective and quality-focused technologies. Collaboration in a competitive environment is difficult and aligning differing interests in a community is challenging. Furthermore, implementing technology in a busy care practice can be met with resistance and frustration.
In this webconference, join Dr. Kristin Wilson, Patrick Gordon, and Marc Lassaux as they discuss details about their practice transformation activities and steps taken to align the entire health care community of Western Colorado around quality. They will also talk about the effect of implementing a health information exchange and how a patient registry and a registry-of-registries are affecting quality. Through their work obtaining data from multiple sources and making that data available to providers, the Consortium has laid the foundation for comprehensive primary care.
Specifically, Dr. Wilson, Mr. Gordon and Mr. Lassaux will discuss:
- Strategies used to align a diverse health care community around both quality and collaboration; enabling payment for comprehensive primary care and process improvement
- Engaging over half of all pediatric, family and internal medicine provider practices in diverse care settings to prepare them for transformation to a quality-centric care model and Meaningful Use
- Successfully implementing a health information exchange (HIE) to move data between multiple sources and lessons learned from this process
- How Crimson Care Registry is driving quality by allowing practices to proactively monitor performance, understand their panel and populations and prioritize clinical activities
Want to hear from the CBC/QHN in person? Join them and other members May 3-4 in Orlando at the Crimson Performance Summit. For additional information, please click here.
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About Crimson Care Registry
Crimson Care Registry provides population management analytics and patient registry software for the ambulatory environment. Our solution is based on technology developed by physicians at the University of Michigan Health System’s Department of Family Medicine and serves as a reporting tool to support participation in medical home models and pay-for-performance programs.