HEALTHY COMMUNITIES COLLABORATIVE NETWORK

HEALTHY COMMUNITIES COLLABORATIVE NETWORK

A health center controlled network including federally qualified health centers and look-alikes that agree to work with CVN and each other to jointly address operational and clinical challenges present in their efforts to leverage Health Information Technology (Health IT) to advance their participation in value-based care.

Healthy Communities Collaborative Network

HRSA grant-funded health center controlled network supporting Health IT

The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has awarded Collaborative Ventures Network (CVN) a second three-year grant for its Health Center Controlled Networks (HCCN) Program.  Beginning August 1, 2019, this HRSA funding will enable CVN to continue providing needed training and technical assistance to 26 participating health centers (PHCs) across Arizona and Nevada participating in its Healthy Communities Collaborative Network so that, both individually and together, we can better leverage Health IT to increase participation in value-based care.  HRSA believes Health IT can be instrumental to achieving value-based care transformation, which provides benefits including greater patient empowerment, transparency between patients and providers, and increased value and quality. In order to move towards value-based care delivery, we must advance data sharing and analytics capacity and develop population health management tools.

CVN is actively engaged in supporting each PHC with training and technical assistance that will address their particular needs related to each of HRSA’s Project Goals and Objectives for the HCCN Project to improve the patient and provider experience, advance interoperability, and improve data use.

Goal A: Improve the Patient and Provider Experience

  • Objective A1: Use Health IT to facilitate patients’ access to their person health information
  • Objective A2: Improve patient engagement with health care teams by advancing health IT and training
  • Objective A3: Improve health IT usability to minimize provider burden

Goal B: Advance Interoperability

  • Objective B1: Complete a security risk analysis and have a breach mitigation and response plan
  • Objective B2: Meet national standards for data exchange and share information securely with other key providers and health systems
  • Objective B3: Consolidate clinical and non-clinical data from across the health care continuum to optimize care coordination and workflows

Goal C: Use Data to Enhance Value

  • Objective C1: Improve capacity for data standardization, management, and analysis to support value-based care activities
  • Objective C2: Use both aggregate and patient-level data on social risk factors to support coordinated, effective interventions
  • Objective C3: Use Health IT to advance telehealth for health care delivery, education, and health information services

Why Join – Healthy Communities Collaborative Network

Joining Healthy Communities Collaborative Network as a participating health center (PHC) provides a health center the opportunity to work together with like-kind organizations to jointly address operational and clinical challenges, and for HCCN to support those PHCs in their efforts to advance HRSA’s goals and objectives for health centers. HCCN benefits and supporting activities include:

    • The HCCN Project Manager as a single point of contact
    • An HCCN Project Coordinator to facilitate HCCN resources based on your needs
    • An HCCN Transformation Coach to provide direct assistance, as requested, for needs assessment, operational workflow change management, training, etc.
    • The HCCN Medical Director as a collaborative resource in the development of clinical policies and guidelines
    • A PHC-specific Individualized Work Plan that addresses the PHC’s strategy for attainment of HRSA’s Core Objectives
    • Alignment and integration of activities and deliverables under the PHC’s other major project plans
    • An electronic peer-to-peer forum at this web site through which PHCs can share inquiries and solutions

Newsletter

 

October 2018

August 2018

June 2018

 

 

Newsletter Articles

CRC Screening Revisited

HCCN Updates 07.17.2019

Interdisciplinary Quality Improvement HCCN

2018-0826_HCCN-Kickoff for Newsletter

Goodhart’s Law and it’s Impact On Quality Metrics

ADT Notifications

Third Annual Azara User Conference Summary_5.31.19

TBC LC Overview

Texting e-Learning Presentation

SUN LIFE AZARA ECW INTEGRATION 2018

FINAL Cervical Cancer Screening Speaker Series

ALERT – EPCS Waiver Deadline Extended to January 2020

Governor Ducey Signs Legislation Extending Deadline for Electronic Prescribing of Opioids

Overview of CMO Breakout SessionTips for Change Management_1.16.2019

Adelate_HTN Presentation

Overview of CMO Breakout Session

Patient Experience

The Drive to be Better

Telehealth Reimbursement

Informatics

PCMH Annual Reporting Requirements (Reporting Year 2019)

How Small Health Centers Can Thrive Under Value-Based Care

Physician Burnout – The Root of the Problem and the Path to Solutions

HITEQ_State Policies for Reimbursement of Telehealth

Colorectal Cancer Screening Article

Colon Cancer Screening ProcessHIE User Lunch and Learn 10/10/2018

HITEQ Tools and Tips PCMH2017 September 2018

MDPP Call Presentation 09/26/2018

Health IT-Safe Use of EHR’s Report

Improving the Control of Diabetes

Data Analyst vs. Informaticist

Peer Learning Call Poll Results 8/1/18

Azara DRVS Corner 7/26/18

Part 2 and the HIE Event

HITEQ Electronic Diabetes Self-Management

HITEQ Webinar 6/26/18 BH Integration v6-6-18_508

Enabling Services Data Collection Webinar June 2018

BH MAT Workflow

Horizon Health – Improving Care Through Increased Data Sharing

Controlling Hypertension

Moving Beyond Meangingful Use

CIO’s Guide Secure Text Messaging

CVN Second Annual Conference

EHR Contracts Untangled

Privacy Security API

Trusted Exchange Framework Draft Guide

HITEQ Ransomware Guide for Health Centers 2017_508

OCR Ransomware Fact Sheet 2018

Peer Learning Calls

Improving Vaccination Rates in Children under Two

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