Heather Walker Learning Experience Designer In July 2011 HealthTeamWorks began training Quality Improvement Coaches, Practice Facilitators, and Practice Managers in methods of successful practice facilitation using principles of Quality Improvement. Since then, we have hosted over 200 participants from healthcare practices and systems from around the country. […]
HealthTeamWorks is participating in the 2nd cohort of the Colorado State Innovation Model as a Practice Transformation Organization. The Colorado State Innovation Model provides assistance in integrating behavioral health [...]
Most primary care residency training practices have close financial and administrative relationships with teaching hospitals and health systems. Many residency practices have begun integrating the core principles of the [...]
For over 20 years, the Children’s Hospital Immunodeficiency Program (CHIP) has been providing comprehensive, coordinated, family-centered care for children, adolescents, young adults and pregnant women living with HIV, affected [...]
This year, The Medical Society of Delaware (MSD)/MedNet has contracted with the State of Delaware, Department of Health and Social Services, Delaware Health Care Commission (HCC) to support primary care practice [...]
HealthTeamworks is thrilled to announce that all of our Colorado practice clients that met the CPC reporting requirements also met the quality and utilization benchmarks and will jointly receive $450,086 in shared savings!
The Colorado Health Extension System (the prime contractor for Colorado practice transformation programs), hired HealthTeamWorks this past summer to deliver our nationally-recognized performance improvement facilitator training to 20 Colorado-based professionals.
The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) recently announced the continued funding (more than $149 million in awards) through 12 workforce programs to prepare the next generation of skilled, [...]
Last week, the Colorado Family Medicine Residency project held its biannual learning collaborative. The event provided practices who are supported by HealthTeamWorks with an opportunity to share PCMH best practices and allows residents to receive real-time feedback on their QI research proposals. The event was a great success!
HealthTeamWorks participated in the 2016 Comprehensive Primary Care (CPC) Annual Conference in Baltimore, Maryland on May 5th. There were more than 300 people in attendance, including representatives of 24 Colorado CPC practices -- we were thrilled by the great turnout!