Partnership for Patients (PfP) - HRET Hospital Engagement Network 2.0, October 2015 - September 2016
Cynosure Health was proud to partner with and support the AHA-HRET, the 34 state hospital associations and more than 1500 hospitals participating in the HEN 2.0 program. Our team of improvement and physician advisors developed and delivered both clinical and improvement content, coached and mentored state hospital associations, hospital leaders and staff in this continued effort of reducing patient harm.
Partnership for Patients (PfP) - HRET Hospital Engagement Network 1.0, September 2011 - October 2014
Beginning in 2011 through 2014,Cynosure Health provided support to HRET, 31 state hospital associations and 1,600 member hospitals through the development and delivery of clinical quality-improvement and patient-safety content to reduce inpatient harm and readmissions. Cynosure improvement advisors and physician advisors served as subject-matter experts for the 11 clinical topics; created change packages and checklists; and provided in-person and virtual training, coaching, and mentoring to build improvement capability and capacity across the U.S.
The AHA/HRET-HEN prevented more than 92,000 harms with an estimated cost savings in excess of $988 million. For more information: http://www.hret-hen.org/about/aha-hret-hospital-engagement-network.shtml
Partnership for Patients (PfP) National Content Developer (NCD), September 2015 - November 2016
As a partner to IMPAQ International, Cynosure Health supported the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Partnership for Patients Initiative, a nationwide public-private collaboration involving 17 national, regional, or state hospital associations and health systems, referred to as hospital engagement networks (HENS).
Covered CA Health Plan Network Analysis
Cynosure was part of an expert workgroup with deep experience creating composite measures which conducted an analysis of the health plan network variation.
Materinity Alternative Payment Program
As alternate payment methods are tested and spread throughout the country, it is critical to determine ways to align hospitals and physicians both clinically and financially.
Avoid Readmissions Through Collaboration - ARC, November 2012 - October 2015
Avoid Readmissions through Collaboration (ARC) was a San Francisco Bay Area-focused effort to identify, implement and share best practices to reduce avoidable readmissions.
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