State Partnerships to Improve Quality: Models and Practices from Leading States Issue Brief
The National Academy for State Health Policy identified ten leading state quality improvement partnerships – interrelated broad-based partnerships, mostly with public and private sector representation, which have long-term, statewide, systemic quality improvement strategic intent, and transparent agendas. This State Health Policy Briefing summarizes results of NASHP’s full report examining these partnerships in Colorado, Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Washington. The key factors, policies, and practices that influence the quality improvement partnerships in these 10 states offer insights for achieving systemic improvement in health care quality and performance. The full report is also available.
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