Joining the Superior Health Quality Alliance (Superior Health) Community Coalitions for Improving Care initiative provides you with the opportunity to connect with other health care organizations. Together, with the common goal of improving health and health care available for all in your community, you will be able to collaborate and share best practices as well as network with peers in your community.
As a coalition with Superior Health, we will provide you with:
Opportunities to work with real-time data
Assistance with evaluation of data
Opportunities to be a part of large scale systems of change
Opportunities to use data to help your group focus on shared areas of improvement and provide relevant national best practices, educational
resources and tools
Access to subject matter experts on quality improvement processes and regulatory reporting requirements
Learning opportunities offered in a variety of ways that fit skill sets and are easily accessible
Alignment to build on existing quality and safety improvement work across the care continuum
Once enrolled, we expect your organization to:
Actively participate in the coalition through November 2024
Provide initial and periodic assessments to monitor progress on aims
Superior Health is powered by eight organizations with proven success driving achievement of Medicare quality improvement program goals. Superior Health will work to improve the quality of health and health care for health care consumers, patients, clinicians, health care organizations and communities by supporting these five areas:
Improve nursing home quality focusing on reducing unnecessary resident harm, reducing hospitalizations and increasing a facility’s Five Star Quality Rating.
Increase quality of care transitions through engagement of community coalitions to reduce unnecessary emergency department visits and increase medication safety.
Increase chronic disease prevention and self-care for those living with cardiovascular disease, diabetes and chronic kidney disease.
Increase patient safety including reducing adverse drug events and healthcare-related infections.
Improve behavioral health and opioid misuse through prevention and access to health services.