Cardiac Health – Resources

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Telligen QIN-QIO Support Pauses on July 17, 2019

Dear Telligen partners: We wanted to let you know about some important news that will affect the quality improvement support that Telligen provides to your organization as a Quality Innovation Network-Quality Improvement Organization (QIN-QIO). As you may know, Telligen has been preparing for a new project cycle to continue to serve you as quality improvement …

Hypertension Control Champions

The Million Hearts® Hypertension Control Champions are clinicians, practices, and health systems that have successfully completed the Million Hearts® Hypertension Control Challenge. The Challenge is an opportunity for clinicians, practices, and health systems to demonstrate excellence in hypertension control. Hypertension Control Champions must reach 80% control rates among their hypertensive patients. Learn more about the Challenge rules. To achieve …

The Walk With Ease Program

Community Health Partners (CHP) – Walk With Ease (WWE) program: The Arthritis Foundation initially developed the Walk With Ease (WWE) program to encourage people with arthritis to start walking to better manage their pain and stay active. Today it is a great exercise program for a broader audience, including individuals with health risks and chronic …

Using Telephonic E&M Codes to Improve Cardiac Rehab Outcomes

This webinar recorded in April 2019 will help primary care physicians use new Evaluation and Management (E&M) codes to improve cardiac rehabilitation outcomes by ensuring that patients are being referred for appropriate care and that the clinician is being paid for providing the services. You’ll also learn how these activities can count as an improvement …

Partnering with Patients and Families: Strategies to Enhance Quality and Safety

The greatest compliment to a practice or organization is a happy and healthy patient. Have you heard the buzz about patient and family engagement (PFE) and wondered what it is and if it’s something you should be doing in your healthcare setting? This Telligen webinar recorded in May 2019 is the ideal place for you …

The Year of Cessation

To bring attention to the critical role of cessation as part of a comprehensive tobacco prevention and control approach, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Office on Smoking and Health (OSH) has declared 2019 the Year of Cessation. The Year of Cessation emphasizes the importance of quitting tobacco and highlights resources and initiatives that …

Team-based Care in the Real World

The team-based care delivery models offer opportunities to improve quality of care and outcomes for patients, providers and communities. As part of the Quality Payment Program (QPP), Alternative Payment Models (APMs) have been catalysts in fostering the use of team-based care. In this Telligen webinar recorded in January 2019, learn more about team-based care from …

Cardiac Rehabilitation Change Package: Success Stories and Strategies

Cardiac rehabilitation (CR) can be a game-changer to aid patient recovery and get them on the path to better health. In this Telligen webinar recorded in February 2019, we walk through the Million Hearts® Cardiac Rehabilitation Change Package and discuss success stories from Duke and Dartmouth that illustrate how implementation of program-specific tools support improvement. …

Managing Heart Health in the Communities We Serve – Exploring Strategies and Interventions in Keeping Patients Healthy

American Heart Month is recognized in February, an ideal time to remind everyone to focus on their hearts and encourage them to get their families, friends and communities involved. During this Telligen webinar recorded in February 2019, we review revised heart failure guidelines and hear how one community is working to educate nurses about heart …

Conditions of Participation FAQs

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services provides a list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for the Home Health Agency (HHA) Conditions of Participation (CoPs) that became effective on January 13, 2018. Each question includes a response to further clarify the Medicare requirements.