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Behavioral health integration, community health improvement plan implementation and evaluation, early learning systems and strategies, engagement strategies for person- and family-centered health care systems, health systems leadership, organizational development, primary care transformation and PCPCH, program evaluation, project management, public health integration, quality improvement science
The Oregon Pediatric Improvement Partnership (OPIP)’s mission is to support long-term collaboration of stakeholders invested in child and adolescent health care quality, with the purpose of improving the health of the children and youth of Oregon. OPIP staff provides technical assistance and consultation on the following: systems and practice level quality improvement to implement evidence guided practices, meaningful quality measurement, methods for incorporating the patient and family voice in improvement efforts, and strategies to inform and improve policies that impact child health. OPIP takes a population and community-based approach to improving care and has worked with over 50 front-line health care providers, including pediatric and family medicine practices, school based health centers, and community-based providers such as Early Intervention and Home Visiting. OPIP has practice facilitators on staff that does on-site coaching to support implementation. OPIP has led a number of efforts specifically focused on the numerous CCO incentive metrics that address care for children and adolescents that engage public and private stakeholders in a community-based approach.
Oregon Pediatric Improvement Partnership technical assistance overview:
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