Now Available: Slides and Transcript from May 17 National Quality Strategy Webinar

Now Available: Slides and Transcript from May 17 National Quality Strategy Webinar
 
May Webinar Slides and Transcript
The National Quality Strategy (NQS) hosted a Webinar on May 17th focused on the 5-year anniversary of the National Quality Strategy and the new 2015 National Healthcare Quality and Disparities Report and 5th Anniversary Update on the National Quality Strategy. Speakers from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) and the Lourie Center for Children's Social and Emotional Wellness provided highlights from the report and led a discussion about how the National Quality Strategy fosters alignment across national, Federal, State, and private-sector stakeholders to improve health and health care quality for all Americans. The Webinar slides and transcript are available on the Working for Quality Web site.
NQS Priority in Action Featuring Lourie Center for Children's Social and Emotional Wellness Now Available
The National Quality Strategy's Priorities in Action series highlights some of the Nation's most promising quality improvement programs and their alignment to the National Quality Strategy's six priorities. In conjunction with the May 17 Webinar on the new 2015 National Healthcare Quality and Disparities Report and 5th Anniversary Update on the National Quality Strategy, the National Quality Strategy published a Priority in Action featuring the Lourie Center for Children's Social and Emotional Wellness, which aligns to the NQS' care coordination priority. The Center is a nationally recognized pioneer, incubator, and disseminator of evidence-based treatments and best practices in the field of early childhood development, prevention of emotional or behavioral disorders, and intervention. More than 4,000 children and families in the Washington, DC, metropolitan area-80 percent of whom are enrolled in Medicaid-annually receive care at the Center. The Lourie Center seeks to improve the social and emotional health of young children and families through prevention, early intervention, education, research and training.
If you would like to share examples of how you and your organization are making efforts to align to the NQS aims, priorities, and levers, please email NQStrategy@ahrq.hhs.gov.
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