The Adverse Drug Events Network works to improve drug safety practices, reduce medication-related harm and develop innovative care standards.
The Beneficiary- and Family-Centered Care Network’s purpose is to improve Medicare patients’ and their families’ experience with the health care system.
The Cardiac Population Health Network works to improve cardiac health in Texas through prevention, care coordination, patient engagement and community action.
The Driving Data for Improvement Network is a community-wide innovation project investigating the health care quality and efficiency of the Houston Long Term Care Hospital (LTCH) referral region.
The Health for Life diabetes initiative works with community partners and physicians to help eliminate health disparities and increase opportunities for diabetes self-management education among underserved populations, especially African Americans with diabetes.
The Healthcare-Acquired Conditions (HAC) Network works to reduce pressure ulcers, physical restraints and other HACs in Texas nursing homes.
The Healthcare-Associated Infections (HAI) Network works to reduce HAIs in Texas hospitals.
The Physician Quality Reporting via EHR Network works to increase participation in the Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS) and improve the use of electronic health records for care management.
The Quality Reporting and Improvement Network focuses on encouraging Texas hospitals to report quality measures and use their data to improve health care.
The Readmissions Network collaborates to reduce avoidable hospital readmissions by improving the quality of patients’ transitions between health care settings.To learn more, read our business case.
The Texas HIT Connection Network collaborates with the Texas Regional Extension Centers to promote population health and integrate electronic health record (EHR) features to improve care coordination.