Annually, heart disease costs approximately $207 billion in healthcare expenses and lost productivity. And nearly one-third of people aged 65 years and older have diabetes.
Clinicians in your community struggle to help patients prevent and manage chronic conditions like cardiovascular disease, diabetes and chronic kidney disease. But how do you sustain high-quality, committed patient care while trying to integrate the latest evidence-based care methods into your practices? While navigating complex regulatory and administrative requirements?
Telligen QI Connect™ eases these challenges with:
- Guided evidence-based, step-by-step programs that help clinicians translate research into practice from trusted sources like Million Hearts®, Target:BP™ and the National Kidney Foundation.
- Dedicated information exchanges with peers with similar goals and challenges.
- Technical assistance to help improve practice efficiencies so you can spend more of your valuable time helping and healing your patients.
- Connections with other healthcare entities in your area to help spread and reinforce quality improvement efforts.
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 patient and family 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 in response to increasing rates of preventable chronic disease. For overburdened healthcare professionals. For lives lost to opioid misuse. For patients caught in a cycle of avoidable hospital admissions and readmissions. There is a better way. Join us!