Quality Improvement in Care Coordination
The CCQM-PC is free tool to measure care coordination. It consists of a survey of adult patients’ experiences with care coordination in primary care settings. The development of the CCQM-PC was enabled through the Agency for Healthcare Research & Quality (AHRQ) to offer a conceptual framework for care coordination measurement and quality improvement. The tool was originally designed to be used in research and evaluation but can be applied to organizational quality improvement initiatives because it is in the public domain and may be used without additional permission. For more click here.
Project ECHO: Care Coordination
Children with medical complexities often have multiple diagnoses and require access to a variety of pediatric specialists. These children and their families often require additional support services both within and outside of the traditional healthcare system, requiring travel throughout the region for expert care and services.
In this ECHO series, primary care professionals will gain skills and knowledge to support more effective care management for these children. Participants will be able to help children and families better navigate the complex health and community systems to fully support these children. To register for this free series click here.