Telligen's promotion of transparency and data sharing in our community coalition helped us improve metrics in nearly all areas.
Chances are, a significant number of hospital admissions in your community are preventable. With these preventable admissions come increased risks for healthcare-related illnesses like Clostridioides difficile (C. diff) and adverse drug reactions – and the admission cycle continues, often affecting your community’s most vulnerable members.
With Telligen QI Connect™, you’ll join together with other healthcare providers in your community and region to improve patient safety by:
- Collaborating with other healthcare settings and community organizations to improve communication and care coordination.
- Learning how to evaluate and apply data that support your organization’s quality improvement initiatives.
- Testing and implementing proven quality improvement strategies that complement the goals of your organization and community – including adverse drug event prevention and antibiotic stewardship.
- Exchanging ideas and solutions with peers with similar goals and challenges.
Telligen QI Connect™ is a comprehensive quality improvement program centered around our healthcare partners and the people they care for. Because whether you’re providing healthcare or receiving it, in today’s environment it takes collective action to make healthcare safer, more accessible and more cost-effective.
Telligen has brought communities together to meet challenging healthcare quality goals for more than 45 years as a Quality Innovation Network-Quality Improvement Organization for the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). Our quality improvement consulting services are available at no cost to your organization, helping you make the connection between evidence-based innovation and the human experience. Learn more about Telligen’s commitment to you and join us to help strengthen your connections with your residents, families and the communities you serve.
Telligen QI Connect™ was created for your neighbor, back in the hospital after developing C. diff. For your friend, who had a severe adverse drug reaction after a medication error. For your colleague, who’s treating infections that are now resistant to antibiotics. There is a better way. Join us!