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Care Integration, Cost and Affordability, Equity, Patient Engagement and Activation, Quality Improvement

Detailed breakdown of Comagine Health's mission and vision framework.

Patient Safety, Population Health, Transitions of Care

As your community comes together to improve transitions and coordination of care, it is important to evaluate the current situation. Seek perspectives from multiple settings. What is working well? Where could improvements be made? Use our Community Assessment Form to guide your discussion.

COVID-19, Patient Engagement and Activation

Compilation of information and resources about COVID-19 for older adults, family caregivers and health care providers.

Patient Engagement and Activation

Increase your confidence as a caregiver. Recognize and prioritize your own needs — as well as those of your loved one — at home, in your community and especially when interacting with health care providers.

Patient Engagement and Activation

Strategies and tactics to strengthen the partnership between clinicians, patients and family caregivers. Particular emphasis is placed on improved communication techniques and workflow modifications to more effectively engage family caregivers.

Long-Term Post-Acute Care, Patient Engagement and Activation, Patient Safety

In these modules, you will learn the definition of person-centered care and heart it described by many different experts who have followed its principles for years, and how TRACK, a self-reflection tool, can be used when providing care for older adults. This online course was developed by Making Oregon Vital for Elders (MOVE) on behalf of Oregon Department of Human Services – Aging and People with Disabilities.  Funding for this project was provided by a grant from the Oregon Quality Care Fund.

Long-Term Post-Acute Care, Practice Transformation, Transitions of Care

In collaboration with its Nevada Patient and Family Advisory Council, Comagine Health has created this 8.5"x14" infographic poster or handout that describes Post-Intensive Care Syndrome (PICS).

Long-Term Post-Acute Care, Quality Improvement, Transitions of Care

To improve the clinical outcomes for their patients and based on research that shows admissions from nursing homes are more likely to be for septicemia, hospitals are beginning to partner with LTPACs to improve the early recognition and intervention for signs and symptoms of sepsis. This toolkit is a result of those partnerships developing in Nevada when sepsis coordinators from a hospital system reached out to a small group of nursing homes they receive transfers from to provide education to the clinical staff.