Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement Receives Transforming Clinical Practice Initiative Award

Announcements - September 30, 2015

Building on its history of taking local best practices to scale, NRHI will help build an infrastructure to support large-scale health care transformation among clinician practices.
Portland, Maine – The Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement (NRHI) is one of 39 health care collaborative networks selected to participate in the Transforming Clinical Practice Initiative, announced today by Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia M. Burwell.

Monthly Institute Resources Orientation

Announcements - June 1, 2015

Please join Q Corp staff for a monthly orientation to the resources available to primary care practices and other stakeholders through the Patient-Centered Primary Care Institute.

This 30 minute orientation is limited to up to 20 participants each session, and is an ideal welcome for people who are new to their positions within primary care transformation.

Improvement Project Opportunity

Announcements - May 14, 2015

The Oregon Pediatric Improvement Partnership, a technical assistance provider for the Patient-Centered Primary Care Institute, is currently recruiting practices for two projects related to improving care for children with special health needs and autism screening.

Practices Selected for 2014 Learning Collaboratives

Announcements - September 19, 2014

The Patient-Centered Primary Care Institute has selected 24 practices from throughout Oregon to participate in four Learning Collaboratives taking place from June 2014 - May 2015. The practices will receive in-person training, technical assistance and practice coaching to support adoption of the Oregon Health Authority's Patient-Centered Primary Care Home (PCPCH) program standards through each of the four Learning Collaboratives:

PCPCH Program Tier 3 Star Recognition

Announcements - September 9, 2014

As you may know, over 500 clinics in Oregon are recognized as Patient-Centered Primary Care Homes. A majority of these clinics are recognized at the highest level of the model, Tier 3. These figures represent significant achievement in primary care transformation work in our state over the past two years.

In an effort to recognize distinguished leaders in practice transformation and encourage continued transformation progress, the PCPCH program is developing a special designation for clinics who are trailblazers in practice transformation – Tier 3 Star. 

PCPCH Program Community Forums in Ontario and Pendleton

Announcements - September 19, 2013

The Oregon Health Authority Patient-Centered Primary Care Home (PCPCH) program is hosting two community forums in October, sponsored by the Eastern Oregon Coordinated Care Organization (EOCCO). Attendees will learn more about the PCPCH program, including the 2014 recognition criteria and how to become a recognized primary care home.