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Join the Partnership to Reimagine Health Care

Get expert assistance with improving patient care at no cost to you.

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Join the Partnership to Reimagine Health Care

Get expert assistance with improving patient care at no cost to you.

Join Us

Partnership to Reimagine Health Care
Together, we can

Together, We Can

  • Prevent opioid harms by implementing recognized best practices for preventing overdoses
  • Increase COVID-19, flu and pneumonia vaccinations among community members and health care workers
  • Prevention, screen, diagnose and manage diabetes, heart disease and chronic kidney disease
  • Decrease hospital emergency department utilization, resulting in fewer hospitals readmissions
  • Improve the quality of nursing home care

Participants Receive
 

Expert Consultation

Proven, expert consultation to help you align your priorities and solve your most complex challenges

Valuable Resources

Evidence-based resources, training and technical assistance

Peer Collaboration

Opportunities to collaborate with peers in your community and across the region for learning and sharing best practices

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Who Should Join?

We’re enrolling partners in Idaho, Oregon, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah and Washington state:

  • Nursing homes
  • Health systems
  • Home health agencies
  • Hospitals
  • Primary care and specialty providers
  • Community organizations
  • Individuals interested in creating a better health care system

Are You Ready to Join Us?

Yes, I’m Ready
 

Want more information? Contact us with your questions.

Five Years, Five Aims

The Partnership to Reimagine Health Care is part of a national initiative to improve care for people with Medicare while reducing provider burden. It began in 2019 and ends in 2024. Funded by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, the project seeks to achieve five bold aims:

  • Educate patients and families about opioids, reducing stigma and creating effective pathways to treatment
  • Increased COVID-19, flu and pneumonia vaccinations
  • Prevention, screening, diagnosis and management of diabetes, heart disease and chronic kidney disease
  • Decreased hospital emergency department utilization
  • Improved quality of nursing home care