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Prevention Coordination through Meaningful Use


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Quality Innovation Network – Quality Improvement Organizations (QIN-QIOs) across the nation are working with Regional Extension Centers (RECs) to improve prevention coordination through Meaningful Use (MU) of health information technology (HIT). Quality improvement specialists from the Qsource will collaborate with RECs to showcase proven interventions that result in primary care providers successfully meeting the requirements of the Medicare EHR Incentive Program. The overall aim is to improve both quality of and care transitions through health information exchange (HIE).

Quality improvement specialists will work with providers and offer targeted technical assistance to those experiencing challenges in successfully meeting the Medicare EHR Incentive Program requirements.

Meaningful Use
The Medicare and Medicaid EHR Incentive Programs provide financial incentives for the “meaningful use” of certified EHR technology.

Patient Portal
You will have better success meeting meaningful use requirements for stage 2 if you integrate a patient portal effectively in your practice operations.

Which initiatives are right for you?

Several Qsource initiatives compliment each other. See how other Qsource improvement initiatives allign with this one. How many fit your practice’s needs?

Learn more about these initiatives: Cardiac Health, Diabetes, MU & HIT, VBP & PQRS, Immunizations, Behavioral Health

You can also search our comprehensive library of online resources, where you can sort by Qsource state, initiative, patient or provider focus or simply type in a keyword for quick access to the tools and resources you need.
eHealth University Reporting Once Module
Explains how to report quality measures one time during the 2014 program year and satisfy quality reporting requirements PQRS, the Medicare EHR Incentive Program, the VM, and ACOs.
Submission Engine Validation Tool (SEVT)
The Submission Engine Validation Tool (SEVT) for 2014 QRDA III submission is available on the QualityNet Portal. CMS recommends QRDA submitters and certified EHR technology vendors use this tool for 2014 submission testing.
CQM Basics
For more information about CQMs visit the CQM Basics page of the EHR Incentive Programs website.
Questions Are the Answer (AHRQ)
Preventing Infections in the Hospital – What You as a Patient Can Do
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
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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