Healthy Hearts Northwest: Improving Practice Together
Healthy Hearts Northwest: Improving Practice Together will bring together 320 small-to-medium-sized primary care practices in Washington, Oregon, and Idaho to participate in a 15-month learning collaborative.
Each practice will receive technical assistance to:
- Build quality improvement (QI) capacity through the use of health information technology and data reporting
- Disseminate and support the adoption of patient-centered outcomes research findings relevant to aspirin use, blood pressure and cholesterol control, and smoking cessation (ABCS) quality measures
- Conduct a rigorous evaluation of strategies that enhance the effectiveness of external practice support
- Assess the sustainability of changes made in QI capacity and ABCS improvements and develop a model of scale-up and spread of practice support to build QI capacity
It is expected that the project will have significant participation by rural practices.
Small-to-medium-sized primary care practices in Washington, Oregon, and Idaho
Selected practices will receive guidance and technical assistance.
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