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Integrating Pharmacists in Medication Therapy Management

Programs are integrating the delivery of medication management services by pharmacists into care for at-risk patients.

Community-Based Services That Reduce Emergency Care Use

Community-based medical and social services programs are reducing reliance on emergency care by frequent users and decreasing costs.

Partnering with Patients and Families in Hospital Care

Partnerships among providers, patients, and families are essential to advancing the practice of patient- and family-centered care in hospitals.

Improving Quality and Performance in Primary Care Practices

Primary care providers are using evidence-based strategies to enhance quality improvement efforts that lead to better patient outcomes.

Learning Communities

The Innovations Exchange is expanding efforts to scale up and spread innovations by sponsoring three Learning Communities (LCs) focused on the following high-priority topic areas: “Advancing the Practice of Patient- and Family-Centered Care in Hospitals,” “Reducing Non-Urgent Emergency Services,” and “Promoting Medication Therapy Management for At-Risk Populations.” Participants work together in a collaborative group setting to adapt and implement innovations that address their unique quality improvement needs. For updates on the learning communities' progress, visit the individual LC pages.


Downloadable Database

The entire Health Care Innovations Exchange collection of Innovation Profiles and QualityTools is freely available for download as CSV and XML files.

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