New National Quality Strategy Priority in Action: Health Care for Homeless Veterans

🆕 New National Quality Strategy Priorities in Action

New National Quality Strategy Priorities in Action
 
 NQS Priorities in Action
New National Quality Strategy Priorities in Action
Two new Priorities in Action are featured on the National Quality Strategy's (NQS) Web site. The Priorities in Action series features some of our Nation's most promising and transformative quality improvement programs, and describes their alignment to the Strategy's six priorities.
Researchers at Indiana University designed the Geriatric Resources for Assessment and Care of Elders (GRACE) Team model as a solution to the health and health care challenges faced by low-income seniors with multiple chronic conditions. Their efforts promote effective communication and care coordination, one of the NQS six priorities, through the NQS levers of Innovation and Diffusion and Learning & Technical Assistance.
Better Health Partnership addresses the prevalence of heart disease in Ohio by developing and partnering with programs across the State that align with core principles of ongoing national health care delivery system reform efforts. The Partnership's efforts promote the prevention and treatment of the leading causes of morbidity and mortality, one of the six NQS priorities, through the NQS levers of Public Reporting and Innovation & Diffusion.
If your program aligns with the priorities, email NQStrategy@ahrq.hhs.gov with details.
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