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Learning and Action Network

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atom Alliance facilitates collaborative meetings and discussions among stakeholders through a Cardiac Learning and Action Network (LAN). Stakeholders include participating providers, practitioners, patients and/or their family members, patient advocates and partners. We work together to share information, resources, and strategies to achieve goals for target populations, including racial and ethnic minorities and dual eligible patients. Our action-oriented agendas help participants

  • Understand successful interventions, data, or other cardiac health related items to support prevention of heart attacks and strokes;
  • Discuss progress to date, including successful intervention implementation and operational strategies related to heart attack and stroke prevention;
  • Identify and advance policy and system level changes that facilitate and promote equitable and better quality care for patients;
  • Share knowledge and resources to promote engagement of patients and their families to improve health and the use of self-management tools, including the use of validated, evidence-based mobile technologies;
You can also search our comprehensive library of online resources, where you can sort by atom Alliance state, initiative, patient or provider focus or simply type in a keyword for quick access to the tools and resources you need.
National Quality Strategy Toolkit
National Quality Strategy Toolkit

Preview: National Quality Strategy Toolkit
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1.95 MB | Last Updated: February 5, 2015

National Quality Strategy Lever Fact Sheet
National Quality Strategy Lever Fact Sheet

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304.38 KB | Last Updated: August 21, 2015

National Quality Strategy Fact Sheet
National Quality Strategy Fact Sheet

Preview: National Quality Strategy Fact Sheet
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343.86 KB | Last Updated: February 5, 2015

QIO Program Progress Infographic 2011-2014
QIO Program Progress Infographic 2011-2014

Preview: QIO Program Progress Infographic 2011-2014
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1.68 MB | Last Updated: February 5, 2015

Logic Models
The QIO Program helps you embrace data in your healthcare setting
Failure Modes & Effects Analysis (FMEA)
The QIO Program shares 5 steps in the Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) to anticipate potential problems before they occur
Root Cause Analysis (RCA)
The QIO Program demonstrates how to identify the root cause of a problem using The 5 Whys
An Illustrated Look at QI in Healthcare
QIO Documentary
Learn about the history of the QIO Program, from 1966 through today.
IHI Whiteboard: Model for Improvement, Clip 1
IHI Whiteboard: Model for Improvement, Clip 2
IHI Whiteboard: PDSA Cycles, Part 1
IHI Whiteboard: PDSA Cycles, Part 2
IHI Whiteboard: Cause & Effect Diagrams
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Cardiac ABCS

Learn more about atom’s focus on the ABCS to improve health for everyone and reduce disparities for minorities.
 

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Home Health Agencies

Discover best practices for preventing heart attacks & strokes and access the Cardiovascular Data Registry to track progress.

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Cardiac PQRS Measures

Leverage your EHR’s clinical decision support, registry functions and patient reminders. Standardize blood pressure and smoking related data elements.

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