Healthcentric Advisors Publishes COPD Education Pilot Program of Greater Providence Coalition


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Standardized education for patients across different healthcare settings is feasible

Providence, RI (July 6, 2017) – A coalition of healthcare practitioners in Rhode Island, in partnership with quality improvement experts at Healthcentric Advisors, designed and implemented a standardized, COPD education program for use across multiple healthcare settings. The pilot, which aimed to improve patients’ ability to manage their chronic conditions through providing practitioners with education and tools, included more than 60 local organizations. The findings demonstrate that implementation of a community-based program to disseminate patient-centered, standardized COPD education in multiple healthcare settings is feasible.

Read the complete paper on the Rhode Island Medical Journal website.

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For media inquiries contact Alex Bronk by phone (401-528-3273) or email ([email protected]).

About Healthcentric Advisors

Healthcentric Advisors is a non-profit health care quality improvement agency providing consulting, research and education services. Located in Providence, RI with offices in Woburn, MA and Brunswick, ME and a staff of approximately 50 physicians, nurses, educators, analysts and other professionals, Healthcentric Advisors is a sought-after partner to national and local government agencies, foundations, insurers, health care providers, stakeholders and educational institutions on health care quality improvement initiatives.

About the New England QIN-QIO

The New England QIN-QIO, administered by Healthcentric Advisors in partnership with Qualidigm, works across New England on strategic initiatives such as reducing health care associated infections, reducing readmissions and medication errors, working with nursing homes to improve care for residents, supporting clinical practices in using interoperable health information technology to coordinate care, promoting prevention activities, reducing cardiac disease and diabetes, reducing health care disparities and improving patient and family engagement. The NE QIN-QIO also provides technical assistance for improvement in CMS value-based purchasing programs, including the physician value-based modifier program. Visit the website

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