Improving the quality, safety, and value of the care patients receive through the Medicare program is what the QIO Program is all about. This six-webinar series highlights the innovative work the Lake Superior QIN Coordination of Care Initiative partners across care settings and in the community have done to improve transitions of care and reduce readmissions.
Health care and community-based organization professionals from across the continuum of care (hospitals, home health, skilled nursing, clinics, etc.) who are interested in improving care transitions with the goal of reducing readmissions.
- Define the role of the QIN-QIO in the national quality improvement landscape.
- Discuss three ways QIN-QIOs are supporting home health quality improvement.
- Identify successful strategies that home health agencies have used for working with QIN-QIOs to reduce readmissions
- Access contact information for local QIN-QIOs
- Erik Wilson, MS, RN-BC, WCC, CPHQ, Director of nursing, Optimal Care Inc.
- Donna Filar, Manager of Business Development, Great Lakes Caring Home Health Hospice
- Salim Bhinderwala, CEO/Administrator, T.O.N.E Home Health Services, Inc.
Other webinars in this series:
- Successful Strategies for Sustained Community Improvement
Tuesday, January 22, 2019, 12–1:00pm – More
- Using Data to Drive Community Quality Improvement Efforts
Tuesday, March 26, 2018, 12–1:00pm – Register
- Home-based Innovative Strategies to Prevent Readmissions
Tuesday, April 23, 2019, 12–1:00pm – Register
- Changing the Culture: Improving Recognition and Management of Sepsis
Thursday, May 30, 2019, 12–1:00pm – Register
- Achieving Community Goals by Partnering with Aging and Disability
Tuesday, June 25, 2019, 12–1:00pm – Register
Download flier Coordination of Care Success Stories Webinar Series.
For questions, contact Barbra Link, 248-465-7333, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Continuing Education Information
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