Thank you: Thousands Impacted by PFAC Contributions

We’re nearing the end of a five-year contract as the New England QIN-QIO, which means we’re doing a lot of reflection about all of the hard work we’ve been doing to make our communities healthier. One of the projects we’re most proud of is our robust Patient and Family Advisory Council (PFAC), which was central […]

How Trauma Informed Approach Can Help Treat Substance Use Disorder

Jenn McCarthy, our Trauma Informed Care expert is conducting a free webinar through the New England Region of National Network of Libraries of Medicine on June 26, 2019, from 1-2 pm EST. We’re excited that someone from our team is able to speak about this important topic. Sign up now, and learn about how to […]

Advance Care Planning Event Round-Up

End-of-life conversations with loved ones can be some of the hardest we have. And because they’re so hard they often happen when it’s stressful or worse—too late. Yet communication with family members and healthcare providers about these preferences is a cornerstone of patient-directed end-of-life care. To address this gap, Healthcentric Advisors, the Improving End of […]

Solutions Tour Series 1: What is your quality improvement program?

This blog post is the first in a four-part series on the Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNF) Solutions Tour. In this first post, we talk about how important it is to have an actionable quality improvement plan, as well as how when Healthcentric staff go into many nursing homes, this is often not the case. When […]

Need help training & retaining staff in your nursing home? Our New Project ECHO® can help.

Recruiting and retaining staff in long-term care is an ongoing issue – which is why Healthcentric Advisors is launching a tele-mentoring series to help facilities tackle staffing needs. The new series, called Project ECHO®: How to Operate with Meaningful Engagement for Staff Stability (HOMESS), allows facilities to gain insights from experts, review success stories and […]