UCare is working with community providers to expand access to treatment for opioid use disorder across the region.
Community health plans Group Health Cooperative of South Central Wisconsin and HealthPartners have taken steps to expand screening and access to behavioral health treatment.
Research shows that patients with frailty characteristics often have a harder time recovering from surgery. To ensure patients are healthy enough to undergo surgery, UPMC launched a frailty assessment tool.
Independent Health launched a multi-year effort to reduce variation in cardiology services and move toward greater consistency in evidence-based care.
Marshfield Clinic and Security Health Plan’s are improving outpatient recovery by providing a safe recovery place for surgery occuring in ASC’s.
CDPHP’s Enhanced Primary Care (EPC) aligns financial incentives and creates support resources to help primary care practices enhance the care experience.
Working together, Intermountain Healthcare and SelectHealth were able to eliminate medically-unnecessary early inductions.
Minnesota-based HealthPartners has developed new processes for identifying, treating and managing diabetes, leading to better care outcomes.
Presbyterian Healthcare Services created a task force to develop a multi-faceted plan to improve the system’s approach to substance use disorder treatment.
Kaiser Permanente implemented safer opioid prescribing practices in 2012 and has greatly reduced opioid prescribing across all regions.