Partnership for Community Health

The TMF Quality Innovation Network works with health care industry experts who are interested in making a lasting change as part of a community coalition in their area in Arkansas, Mississippi, Nebraska, Puerto Rico, Texas and the U.S. Virgin Islands. As a member of a community coalition, health care leaders work together to address the challenges associated with the following topic areas, as defined by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. 

  • Decrease Opioid Use and Misuse
  • Improve Chronic Disease Self-Management
  • Increase Vaccinations
  • Improve Quality of Care Transitions

Benefits of Participation

As a member of a community coalition, health care providers have the opportunity to:

  • Use change packages the TMF Quality Innovation Network has developed that contain evidence-based practices and toolkits to guide community-chosen initiatives in the following four topic areas:
    • Decrease Opioid Use and Misuse
    • Increase Vaccinations
    • Improve Chronic Disease Self-Management
    • Improve Quality of Care Transitions
  • Receive free access to social determinants of health data and metric dashboards to support data-driven quality improvement in their community
  • Work with you to improve your patients' ability to manage their chronic diseases with a focus on patients who have heart disease, diabetes and kidney disease.
  • Attend free, live, web-based educational forums and affinity groups facilitated by TMF subject matter experts to build an “all share and all learn” atmosphere

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Partnership for Community Health Information

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