We value our rural partners because we serve Maine, the most rural state in the nation. Rural communities are wonderful places to live and work, which is why nearly 60 million people – one in five Americans – call them home. These rural communities also have unique healthcare needs–it’s why we’re proud to recognize National […]
A Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Special Innovation Project to reduce uncontrolled hypertension among Rhode Island residents and streamline care planning for clinicians. Learn more. October Blood Pressure Pilot Data Initial analysis of the October data demonstrates that: 59% of the patients participating in the pilot with uncontrolled BP (> 140/90) have reduced […]
Want to learn more about caregiver support, goals of care conversations, polypharmacy and medication management, changing behavior to reduce fall risk, community resources, and screening for dementia?
Partner with Healthcentric Advisors, on a Special Innovation Project to reduce uncontrolled hypertension among Rhode Island residents and streamline care planning for clinicians. Our pilot automates provider access to real-time home blood pressure readings. The technology facilitates information sharing with providers between office visits, coupled with coordination of education and support services for patients and caregivers, will work to tackle hypertension in seniors. Learn more.
The many complex issues dominating health care today are best addressed through collaboration. With more than 25 years’ experience, Healthcentric Advisors offers essential support in driving change and improving the quality of health care in our region.
Together, we can have a significant impact on making health care safer, more accessible, and more cost effective.
We recently wrapped up our second Project ECHO®: How to Operate with Meaningful Engagement for Staff Stability (HOMESS), developed for Nursing Homes and Skilled that struggle with staffing shortage and retention challenges. HOMESS is the second Project ECHO® we’ve completed this year. About 15 individuals joined each session representing centers in Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, […]
This train-the-trainer toolkit is intended for providers to standardize and improve the care they give to patients with COPD. It includes a patient-facing booklet and self-management tools, as well as slides, videos, and data tracking tools. The target audience is clinicians, nurses, respiratory therapists, and providers of patients with COPD. There are additional materials available […]
Join our friends at SAGE/Rhode Island for a two-part series of workshops that provide knowledge and best practice skills to improve the quality of care for LGBT older adults in Rhode Island. The first series consists of three workshops, each focused on a specific setting: hospitals, long term care or assisted living facilities and community-based […]
Last year’s flu season was moderately severe but lasted a record-breaking 21 weeks. And while the timing of flu season is unpredictable, seasonal flu activity often begins to increase in October, most commonly peaks between December and February, but can last as late as May. CDC recommends that everyone ages 6 months and older get […]