Katie Coleman and Cara Lewis will co-direct a national network that supports work to address members’ social health.
New training and mentorship program supports clinicians in doing less of what harms and more of what helps vulnerable patients.
Progress report on landmark initiative to improve care for vulnerable populations.
The Advanced Primary Care Demonstration Project is helping 500 federally qualified health centers across the U.S. become “level 3 patient-centered medical homes”—in preparation for the uninsured Americans who will seek care in these “safety net” clinics.
Dr. Ed Wagner, director of the MacColl Institute for Healthcare Innovation at Group Health Cooperative, is among four winners of the 2007 Health Quality Awards from the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA). The awards, presented every two years, honor individuals and organizations whose energy, efforts, and vision have substantially helped improve U.S. health care quality.
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