IHAWCC’s trusted tools, documents, forms, and reports. This toolbox aggregates our resources for individuals wishing to learn more on specific collaboratives.
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A learning collaborative is an opportunity for healthcare providers and practices to participate in a structured quality improvement process to raise the quality of care they deliver. Every learning collaborative includes a kick-off learning session to hear evidence behind “best practices,” coaching on how to implement process improvement in your practice, ongoing technical assistance, topic related conference calls from experts in the field, site visits from quality improvement coaches, a wrap-up session to review progress, and suggestions to create and implement a plan for sustainability.
This quality improvement project will focus on improving immunization rates among adolescents across the state of Idaho. Providers and their staff will participate in a…
This learning collaborative aimed to assure that all children ages 4-18 years with suspected or diagnosed ADHD were systematically and accurately diagnosed…
The aim of the Patient Centered Medical Home Learning Collaborative was to increase and strengthen understanding and utilization of patient centered…
Making Futures Bright
UPCOMING LEARNING COLLABORATIVE: ADOLESCENT IMMUNIZATIONS
Give Kids Our Best
Adolescents are generally thought to be healthy, but at least 20% of North American adolescents have a serious health problem. Most adolescent … [Read More...]
The patient-centered medical home (PCMH) is four things: 1) the fundamental tenets of primary care: first contact access, comprehensiveness, … [Read More...]
The medical home is a concept first introduced by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) in 1967. In its initial version, the AAP defined the … [Read More...]