Your health center wants to move forward in advancing the Quadruple Aim goals of improved health outcomes, improved patient and staff experience, and reduced costs, but doesn't know how? NACHC’s Value Transformation Framework (VTF) offers a conceptual framework and actionable roadmap for transforming organizations’ infrastructure, care delivery, and people to meet the Quadruple Aim.
This session will introduce the VTF and its tools (“action guides”) and then offer the opportunity to hear from three health centers that are leaders in value transformation: Providence Community Health Centers (RI) will discuss its care vision framework, share practical transformation tools, and offer leadership insights, including a three-phase approach to developing the capacity of clinical teams to collaborate, solve problems, and work to their fullest scope to improve patient care; Eastern Iowa Health Center (IA) will address their application of the VTF, including population health strategies such as risk stratification, and implementation of evidence-based clinical policies; and Coastal Community Health Services (GA) will provide lessons learned from their application of the VTF including changes to care delivery, infrastructure, and people systems, including specific strategies around patient engagement.
Finally, NACHC staff will introduce the launch of NACHC's new tool and recognition program for health centers looking to advance on the Quadruple Aim. Learn what it takes to achieve recognition in the program's key focus areas - including QI strategy, value transformation skills and competency, PCMH certification, and partnership and collaboration - and why it matters to your health center.
Chief Operating Officer,
Providence Community Health Centers
DNP, MSN, RN, CCM,
Coastal Community Health Services
Eastern Iowa Health Center