Mountain-Pacific Quality Health is turning the big four-oh this year, a historic milestone for the quality improvement organization for the states of Montana, Wyoming, Hawaii and Alaska. For four decades, we have been focused on improving patient care, improving population health and lowering the cost of health care through improvement. Today, a portion of what we do revolves around our work under the direction of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). We also provide medical utilization review and management services for the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services. And, Health Technology Services (HTS), a division of Mountain-Pacific Quality Health is a federally designated Health Information Technology Regional Extension Center for the states of Montana and Wyoming.
AARP The Magazine Names Patient Safety "Superstars"
AARP The Magazine teamed up with The Leapfrog Group, which rates hospitals on safety and resource use, to showcase what some of the most innovative hospitals are doing to protect their patients. Three of the four states Mountain-Pacific serves have hospitals on the "superstar" list. View the list of safety superstars by state.
Wyoming Community Breaks Down Barriers to Improve Care Transitions
A past of strained relationships is giving way to a future in improved, coordinated care. For the first time, providers and stakeholders in one Wyoming community are working together to improve care transitions, using one patient's experience to start a heated discussion—and the coalition's road toward progress.
Can Your Long-Term Care Facility Become Restraint-Free? Eliminating the use of physical restraints in a facility brings several challenges, including aligning strategies and goals, getting staff buy-in and staff turnover, just to name a few. Mountain-Pacific–Hawaii invited nationally renowned speaker and author Diana Waugh, RN, to share her expertise on how to tackle some of those challenges.
Mountain-Pacific Quality Health has been awarded a $375,000, 16-month contract to provide outreach, education and technical assistance to Indian Health Service hospitals in Montana. Mountain-Pacific will work in collaboration with state and federal surveyors, community members and hospital staff to support sustainable quality improvement activities helping to institute positive changes in these hospitals and within the communities they serve.
Mountain-Pacific Quality Health—Hawaii has been awarded two 16-month contract to improve care to the people of Guam, American Samoa and Saipan.
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