Quality Monitoring and Live Dashboarding

REGISTER FOR THIS WEBINAR HERE. Tracking programmatic data and making meaningful dashboards to synthesize it all are key for communicating, sustaining, and improving upon your program’s reach and impact. But in practice, how do you capture the right information and get started creating a dashboard? Join us for a webinar covering various strategies related to quality monitoring and a …

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Embracing the Culture of Accountability: How We Measure Success in Achieving Our Mission

REGISTER FOR THIS WEBINAR HERE. With increased focus on social determinants, health care organizations now see the value in partnering with community agencies. These partnerships require organizational transformation. This presentation will explore the benefits of “embracing a culture of accountability,” where the work remains mission-driven, but data-informed. Elder Services of the Merrimack Valley has challenged …

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Outcome Measurement Tools

REGISTER FOR THIS WEBINAR HERE. The University of Minnesota’s Research and Training Center on HCBS Outcome Measurement (RTC/OM) and ACL are presenting a webinar on the development and use of a database designed to support users to better understand and use home- and community-based services (HCBS) outcome measurement tools. The relational database, hosted on the University’s RTC/OM website, …

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NCQA LTSS Programs and Measurement Update: State Briefing

  REGISTER FOR THIS WEBINAR HERE   NCQA is launching their fall state briefing series to share insight on programs supporting quality oversight activities. NCQA experts and guest speakers will provide a deep dive on various programs and share how states are using them to maximize quality expectations and streamline managed care processes. Join this …

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To Measure or Not to Measure: Tracking Evidence-Based Program Outcomes: You Do Not Need To Reinvent the Wheel

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*Kate Lorig, Dr. P.H., is the Director of the Stanford Patient Education Research Center and Professor of Medicine in the Stanford School of Medicine. She has more than 30 years’ experience in developing, evaluating, and implementing self-management programs for people with chronic diseases. Kate is a member of the Evidence-Based Leadership Council.   As health care payers and …

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