News and Events
10 new graduates complete Coach Univeristy, expand knowledge of quality improvement
HealthTeamWorks graduated 10 new students from its Coach University in May 2013. Our most geographically diverse class yet, these Coaches came from California, Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, New York, Texas and Vermont to learn how to coach quality improvement the HealthTeamWorks way!
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HealthTeamWorks, Medical Society of Delaware sign affiliate agreement
HealthTeamWorks and the Medical Society of Delaware (MSD), have signed an affiliate agreement.
Utilizing HealthTeamWorks' training, mentorship and tools, MSD will exclusively deliver local practice transformation support to Delaware's medical community.
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14 new graduates of HealthTeamWorks' Coach University
HealthTeamWorks’ Coach University awarded certificates to 14 new quality-improvement coaches in the January class. Congratulations! Read more
Dr. Harbrecht featured in blog post on care coordination
A presentation given by HealthTeamWorks CEO, Marjie Harbrecht, MD, was featured in a blog post by the Colorado Trust.
Revised Asthma Guideline and Supplements
Check out the revised Asthma Guideline and Supplements.
HealthTeamWorks is nationwide!
HealthTeamWorks, recognized in Colorado for facilitating patient-centered medical homes (PCMHs) in primary care practices, also offers its services nationwide. Health plans, healthcare systems, medical professional organizations, independent physician associations and others seek our expertise in PCMH transformation, learning collaboratives and training of quality improvement coaches. Read about our initiatives in other states.
HealthTeamWorks, Rocky Mtn. Health Plans to coach Colorado CPCi practices
We are thrilled to announce that the CMS Innovation Center has chosen HealthTeamWorks and Rocky Mountain Health Plans (RMHP) to facilitate patient-centered care in the 73 primary care practices in Colorado as part of the Comprehensive Primary Care Initiative (CPCi). RMHP will support practices on the Western Slope; HealthTeamWorks will work with practices on the Front Range.
Dr. Harbrecht Speaks at Press Conference for Health Affairs article
Marjie Harbrecht, MD, the CEO of HealthTeamWorks, spoke at a Sept. 7 press conference hosted by the policy journal Health Affairs to discuss the paper she and Lisa Latts, MD, published in the September issue on the Colorado Multi-Payer PCMH Pilot. The September Health Affairs focuses on payment reform to achieve better healthcare. Read Harbrecht and Latts’ important article.
Copyrighted and published by Project HOPE/Health Affairs as Colorado's Patient-Centered Medical Home Pilot Met Numerous Obstacles, Yet Saw Results Such As Reduced Hospital Admissions. Health Aff (Millwood) September 2012 31:92010-2017. The published article is archived and available online at www.healthaffairs.org/.
Congratulations to CPCI practices!
We are proud to note that 30 of the 59 Front Range primary care practices chosen for the Comprehensive Primary Care Initiative are clinics that HealthTeamWorks has or is working with for healthcare redesign.
PCMH Pilot paves way for “business as usual” across state
The four-year Colorado Multi-Payer PCMH Pilot officially ended in June after proving that the approach improves health outcomes, reduces costs and maintains a high level of patient satisfaction. Now we see PCMH as “business as usual” for primary care — and we’re taking practice transformation statewide!
See graphs of aggregated patient data pertaining to measures for heart/stroke, diabetes and prevention.