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Systems Improvement

Developing Future Leaders in Health Care


Systems Improvement

A Trained Healthcare Workforce Starts Here


Systems Improvement, Quality Improvement Tactics, Data Collection, Reporting & Interpretation

A calculator that can assist practices in seeing how offering services like annual wellness visits, chronic care management and transitional care management can impact their clinic/practice financially. 


Avoidable Readmissions & ER Utilization

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.


Staff Stability

Although it was published back in 2010, this article still contains many helpful strategies for today's workforce.


Person-Directed Care, Patient Education & Activation

This guide is intended to help increase your confidence as a caregiver, and to help you 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.


Person-Directed Care

This guide provides 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.


Behavioral Health, Infection Prevention & Immunizations, Avoidable Readmissions & ER Utilization

Avoidable Readmissions & ER Utilization

INTERACT (Interventions to Reduce Acute Care Transfers) is a quality improvement program designed to improve the early identification, assessment, documentation, and communication about changes in the status of residents in skilled nursing facilities.


Systems Improvement

The Nevada AHEC Scholars program is for health profession students wishing to enhance their education by gaining additional leadership knowledge and experience in rural and/or underserved urban settings.

AHEC Scholars are required to complete 40 hours in clinical and 40 hours in didactic learning opportunities each year with a minimum of 160 hours being met at the end of the two-year commitment.