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A provider toolkit for building and growing a sustainable telehealth program in your practice
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, ACOG, provides an indispensable decision-support resource for women's health care providers—reliable and relevant, grounded in scientific evidence, and developed through a rigorous and inclusive process.
ACEs Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) refers to traumatic events experienced in childhood that impact health over the lifespan. These include physical, emotional and sexual abuse, neglect, and/or family dysfunction. Learn more about specific ACEs linked to negative health outcomes in adulthood, including: experiencing homelessness, community violence, discrimination, and deportation or migration.
Response to the COVID-19 pandemic The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) is the lead Federal agency charged with improving the safety, quality, and value of patient care delivered by America’s healthcare system. The Nation’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic is supported by AHRQ’s competencies in the use of practice improvement, health systems research, and data and analytics.
The American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine is the professional organization for physicians specializing in hospice and palliative medicine. Membership is open to other health care providers who are committed to improving the quality of life of patients and families facing life-threatening or serious conditions. Activities focus on education and training, resources, networking, and advocacy.
Developed to assist behavioral health providers in their practice transformation efforts, this tool consolidates behavioral health-related clinical quality measures endorsed by the National Quality Forum (NQF), a convening of multiple stakeholders in relevant areas responsible for reviewing and recommending healthcare quality measures. Coaches can use this tool as a reference guide as they help providers and practices navigate toward whole-person care.
Billing and Information Technology: A Toolkit for Behavioral Health Agencies The Healthier Washington initiative has set a statewide goal of financially integrating physical and behavioral health care, including substance use disorder treatment, by January 2020. This change will impact:
Contra Costa partnered with Health Leads to integrate patients' basic needs into care delivery. Learn about their challenges and experiences in shifting from volume-based to value-based care.
The CDC Guideline for Prescribing Opioids for Chronic Pain provides recommendations for safer and more effective prescribing of opioids for chronic pain in patients 18 and older in outpatient settings outside of active cancer treatment, palliative care, and end-of-life care. This online training series aims to help you apply CDC’s recommendations in your clinical setting through interactive patient scenarios, videos, knowledge checks, tips, and resources.
Medicare pays for services provided to patients participating in a collaborative care program or receiving other behavioral health integration (BHI) services. The payment structure may be used for patients with any behavioral health condition being addressed by the treating provider, including substance use disorders. The codes described are not billable by Federally Qualified Health Centers or Rural Health Clinics.