Woodlawn Hospital earns Exemplary Practice status for successful TCM implementation
Lean Daily Improvement helps improve chronic care management enrollment at multiple sites
Five Indiana Critical Access Hospitals demonstrate competency to receive top lean designation from Purdue
Multi-specialty healthcare provider establishes protocol to assess opioid prescriptions for older adult patients
Northeast Indiana primary care applies practice transformation tools to hit MIPS metrics
Lean Daily Improvement at Southwestern Behavioral Health helps to provide more timely care for patients with personality disorders
Purdue Healthcare Advisors (PHA) provides approximately 2,900 Indiana clinicians with remote services ― including educational webinars, a help desk, and a resource library ― as part of our partnership in the QPP-RC program. We support MIPS-eligible clinicians as they seek to improve Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) metrics.
PHA provides remote and on-site services ― including direct technical assistance, an annual security risk assessment as well as other health IT-optimizing services ― to up to 175 Indiana-based, ambulatory organizations that are eligible to participate in the program due to the number of Medicaid encounters they bill.
PHA works with Indiana critical access hospitals, rural hospitals, and behavioral health organizations to build internal capacity for improvement management by training their staff to effectively deploy improvement events, analyze value streams, and solve more complex challenges.
PHA works to improve the quality and cost of care for Indiana Medicaid by helping two communities ― Lafayette and Fort Wayne ― to respond in a strategic, community-focused way to the opioids epidemic. We provide these "neighborhoods" ― comprised of stakeholders who provide medical and non-medical services that impact the opioids response services in a geographic area ― with community-building strategy, technical assistance expertise, and process improvement training and coaching.
PHA works to improve the quality and cost of care for Indiana Medicaid by helping two communities ― Evansville and Terre Haute ― to improve care transitions, medication management, and processes surrounding long term care. We provide these "neighborhoods" ― comprised of stakeholders who provide medical and non-medical services that impact long term care services in a geographic area ― with community-building strategy, technical assistance expertise, and process improvement training and coaching.
PHA is working strategically with one Indiana community ― Connersville ―to reduce prescription opioid use and increase patient access to addiction treatment and recovery services.
Information about our work with former grant programs can be found here.