Better Chronic Disease Care Program
Half of all Californians live with at least one chronic condition. Good ideas on how to improve their care and quality of life can spread across the health care system. We work to make that happen.
At the recent California Improvement Network meeting, three health care organizations shared how they are putting P4P programs to work to improve quality and reduce costs.
Social and behavioral factors — such as exposure to violence or tobacco — affect health. An IOM report looks at how these data might be captured in EHRs and used in clinical care.
How to spur people to talk about their preferences for care when faced with a serious illness? Dr. Angelo Volandes creates videos that help patients understand their options.
In-home primary and palliative care serves seriously ill patients where they live. CHCF supports quality measures and reporting standards for the re-emerging house call.
When the end of life is near, patients and their families make care decisions that express their culture and values. This research, based on in-depth interviews with families, offers insights for health care providers.
Palliative care is taking root to serve people with advanced illness in clinics and homes. Over 20 community-based programs in California share their promising practices.
This multimedia presentation shows how leaders from five California public hospital systems traveled the country to learn how to apply the Lean management model to improve patient care.
To improve clinical outcomes and quality of life for Californians with chronic disease.
Clinic Operations & Performance
Other Clinic Services
Models of Care
Data Exchange & Privacy
Supporting HIT Adoption
Consumers & Technology
Honoring Patient Wishes