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Comagine Health
Nonprofit health care consulting firm reimagining, redesigning and implementing sustainable health care system change. Formerly Qualis Health and HealthInsight.
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Comagine Health Sep 20
Do you have patients who are Alaska Medicaid recipients? Join us on Oct. 3 in Anchorage for a free educational event and CEU opportunity. Learn how to get appropriate, timely medical care for your Alaska Medicaid patients.
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Comagine Health Sep 20
If you're thinking about joining an , this guide from will help you understand and evaluate the opportunities and risks.
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CPSI - ICSP Sep 18
Thank you everyone for joining us for the 1st yesterday! The recording of the panel discussion is now available on our website. Panel discussion:
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Health Disparities Sep 18
History maker Dr. Amelie Ramirez at is the director of , an award-winning group that engages and empowers communities to reduce , & improve child health.
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Comagine Health Sep 18
Comagine Health, with and , is pleased to announce the upcoming 4-day intensive training on practice coaching techniques to support the patient-centered medical home model. More info:
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MPRO Sep 18
Join us tomorrow (Thursday) for a sepsis twitter chat at noon.
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ESRD NCC Sep 18
September is Sepsis Awareness Month! is offering a free online mini course that teaches about , including its causes and symptoms, and how to get treatment. Visit to get started now.
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World Health Organization (WHO) Sep 17
Replying to @WHO
5 moments for 🖐🏼 1. Before touching a patient 2. Before a clean/aseptic procedure 3. After body fluid exposure risk 4. After touching a patient 5. After touching patient surroundings Hand hygiene saves lives
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HealtHIE Nevada Sep 13
1 IN 4 HEALTHCARE WORKERS LACK CYBERSECURITY TRAINING, STUDY FINDS - Beyond a lack of training, the results suggest there's insufficient awareness of institutional cybersecurity policies.
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Comagine Health Sep 17
Today is . If you’re a health care provider, engage patients as partners in their care and encourage blame-free reporting and learning from errors in your organization. Speak up for patient safety!
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Comagine Health Sep 13
Studies have also shown that brief, low cost intervention and supportive, ongoing contact may be an important part of suicide prevention, especially for individuals after they have been discharged from hospitals or care services.
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Comagine Health Sep 13
: Utilization review . Help improve health care quality for Medicaid beneficiaries by performing long-term care reviews at nursing homes and determining medical necessity of a variety of health care services.
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World Sepsis Day Sep 13
It's still ! Do you know the risk groups of sepsis? While it's true that everybody can get it, certain people are at an even higher risk. Join us in raising for - awareness saves lives!
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Comagine Health Sep 13
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Comagine Health Sep 13
Join us in Portland, Ore., for a 4-day workshop for practice coaches who work with primary care practices to transform into high-performing patient-centered medical homes. Get more information:
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Comagine Health Sep 12
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Comagine Health Sep 12
If you or someone you know needs help, the website has an incredible resources page.
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Comagine Health Sep 11
Suicide Rates Are Climbing, but We Can Help Those Who Are Hurting
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Comagine Health Sep 11
EVV Upside: New Tech Rules Can Foster Efficiency, Value-Based Partnerships
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Comagine Health Sep 10
Research shows people who are having thoughts of suicide feel relief when someone asks after them in a caring way. Findings suggest acknowledging and talking about suicide may reduce rather than increase suicidal ideation.
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