Care Coordination – Resources

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Join Telligen QI Connect™!

Improving healthcare quality for people living and working with Medicare Telligen QI Connect™ is a comprehensive quality improvement program that places healthcare providers and consumers at its center. You’ll join Affinity Groups designed to make an impact on the most challenging healthcare issues facing our communities today. Because whether you’re providing healthcare or receiving it, …

Sepsis Quality Improvement Interventions

Sepsis is the number one-cause of hospital admissions and readmissions for people with Medicare. This Telligen presentation recorded in July 2019 offers insights into the problem of sepsis-related admissions and readmissions, an overview of sepsis data and quality improvement tools to target causes of sepsis and alert caregivers, patients and families to warning signs of …

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 …

Telligen Standards for Quality Improvement Reporting Excellence (SQUIRE) Reports

Standards for Quality Improvement Reporting Excellence (SQUIRE) Reports share new knowledge about healthcare quality improvement and describe systems-level work that improves quality, safety and value of healthcare. 2019 Make Your Health Care Decisions Known – A Community Approach The Telligen QIN-QIO team shares how they partnered with one community to educate older adults about advance …

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 …

Leveraging Outside Resources and Addressing Patient and Family Stigma (Behavioral Health Series – 5 of 5)

This Telligen webinar recorded in May 2019 covers the guiding principles of behavioral health recovery. Concepts and practices to address mental disorders and substance abuse disorders are explored, including social determinants of health, the importance of partnerships and reducing stigma through the use of a universal screening for behavioral health in medical settings.

Behavioral Health in Aging Populations (Behavioral Health Series – 4 of 5)

Approximately 7.5 million Americans aged 65 and older have a mental illness. This number is anticipated to double by 2030. Mental health has the ability to impact physical health; for example, people with conditions like heart disease have higher rates of depression. Older adults are often misdiagnosed and under-treated, which can result in poorer health …

How to Share the Telligen #StopSepsis Quiz

More than 1 million people are hospitalized with sepsis each year. Sepsis kills more people in the U.S. each year than breast cancer, prostate cancer and AIDS combined. And up to 80 percent of sepsis cases start at home, work or school. That’s why it’s so important to increase awareness of sepsis among your patients, …

Advance Care Planning Toolkit

Advance Care Planning is an important piece of one’s healthcare; however, it is often overlooked and individuals often do not know how to navigate the process. This toolkit makes that process easier for those who want to plan for their end-of-life care and ensure their end-of-life choices are granted. It includes resources for those interested …

Advance Care Planning Overview

Advance Care Planning is an important piece of one’s healthcare; however, it is often overlooked and individuals often do not know how to navigate the process. This flyer makes that process easier for those who want to start planning for their end-of-life care or start the conversation with a loved one.