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The Quality Forum would like to recognize the clinicians and staff of several Louisiana clinics for receiving Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Recognition from the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA). The Louisiana State University Family Medicine Clinic in Alexandria earned Level 1 recognition for its residency program and clinic, under the direction of Practice Lead Debra Mathews, RN. The Pediatric Center of Southwest Louisiana received Level 2 recognition for sites in Lake Charles, Sulphur and Moss Bluff with Rhonda Richard and Leah Cowick directing the effort. Finally, Valentine Medical Center in Gretna renewed its Level 2 recognition with direction from Office Manager Delia Popovich. Recognition denotes the use of evidence-based, patient-centered processes that focus on highly coordinated care and long-term, participative relationships. Quality Forum Practice Consultants Jody Marsh and Michelle Jewell, RN, CPE, provided the groups with PCMH assessment, project management, practice/workflow redesign and virtual/on-site coaching during the practice transformation process. For more information about the Quality Forum’s PCMH-related services and benefits, please click here.
| top article Training Continues for Long-Term Care Facilities
As reported in August 2017, the Quality Forum has received additional funding to continue educational training for long-term care facilities on advance care planning (ACP) and the LaPOST document. Provided by a grant from the Louisiana Department of Health (LDH) and Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) using civil money penalties (CMP) paid into the Nursing Home Residents’ Trust Fund, the current funding runs through June 2018. The focus of this year’s training incorporated feedback received from a comprehensive facility survey conducted in 2017. New components this year will include educational videos for Certified Nursing Assistants and Life Care Planners; webinars for facility staff; on-site seminars; and streamlined materials for long-term care professionals, residents, family members and caregivers.
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The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) recently featured a handout that focuses on “Sharing Sensitive Health Information: Protecting Your Privacy and Improve Your Health.” The material depicts the basics related to sharing medical records and talking to medical providers about problems with substance abuse. The infographic can be used to encourage discussion with patients.
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In 2017, the Louisiana Health Care Quality Forum marked its tenth anniversary. Throughout the year, we featured commentaries from past Board Presidents about the organization and our changing health care landscape. In the final installment, outgoing Board President John Carroll, C(K)P, AIF, CRPC, AAMS, offered his insights regarding the Quality Forum’s initiatives, achievements and challenges. With more than 30 years of experience in corporate benefit planning and private wealth management, he is the chief executive officer of Wellspring Advisor Group, LLC in Alexandria, La., and a Wealth Advisor.