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Preparing for Health Reform, April 2013 (PDF)
Supporting Change at Provider Practice and Clinic Sites, Dec. 2012 (PDF)
Supportive Care for Patients with Life-Threatening Illnesses, Oct. 2012 (PDF)
Care Models for Complex (and Costly) Populations, June 2012 (PDF)
Integrating Work with Hospitals, April 2012 (PDF)
Engaging Patients and Families, Dec. 2011 (PDF)
Complex Care Programs, Oct. 2011 (PDF)
Access and Operational Efficiency, May 2011 (PDF)
The CIN partners meet quarterly to share findings and ideas generated from work on the front lines of clinical practice. See a series of brief reports on the meeting discussions and related resources.
CIN Quarterly Partner Report, April 2013 (266 K)
CIN Quarterly Partner Report, December 2012 (556 K)
CIN Quarterly Partner Report, October 2012 (289 K)
CIN Quarterly Partner Report, June 2012 (669 K)
CIN Quarterly Partner Report, April 2012 (239 K)
CIN Quarterly Partner Report, December 2011 (427 K)
CIN Quarterly Partner Report, October 2011 (176 K)
CIN Quarterly Partner Report, May 2011 (156 K)
CIN Quarterly Partner Meeting Background Materials, May 2011 (396 K)
The California Improvement Network (CIN) partners meet four times a year to share findings and ideas generated from work on the front lines of clinical practice. Each quarterly discussion focuses on a specific topic, with speakers sharing their experiences. Much of the frank and energetic discussion is then summarized as a Quarterly Partner Report.
Each summary contains highlights from the speakers' case presentations, including goals, activities, results, and lessons learned; "Asked and Answered!" column; key points called "Quick Takes"; and links to online resources.
The topics covered to date are:
All of the summaries are available as Document Downloads.
Towards a Better Patient Experience: Reengineering California's Safety-Net Clinics
Workflow Redesign: A Model for California Clinics
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