Review this sample Quality Assurance Plan developed by the Health Foundation of South Florida for an example of how quality improvement can be conducted for the implementation of evidence-based programs.
Use these instructions to learn more about entering data for the evidence-based programs Walk with Ease and Camine Con Gusto into the National Chronic Disease Self-Management Education (CDSME) Database.
Attend this one-hour free webinar to learn the basics of implementing the Otago Exercise Program and listen to a home health agency’s experience and successful strategy to market the program to physicians.
Listen to this presentation to learn more about an outcome measurement tool developed by a Senior Regional Collaborative in metro Detroit and its applications, regional dashboard construction, and how we can use data to enhance relationships with health care providers and other stakeholders.
Collaborations and partnerships are the way of the future, so how do you go about forming them? Listen to this presentation for discussion on how 2 agencies came together for the common good of the community and their individual organizations.
The Well Care System Model is a theory-based approach for building communities’ capacity to deliver evidence-based programs at scale. In this session, we will describe the research supporting this partnership-based model and demonstrate how it is used to coordinate the delivery of evidence-based programs across an 11 County-region of Southeast Minnesota.
Listen to this presentation to learn more about the varying types of partnerships that Partners in Care Foundation’s Health Self-Management Services Department has built with a number of different types of organizations in order to build sustainability for both falls prevention and Chronic Disease Self-Management Education programming.
Listen to this presentation to learn more about the evidence-based falls prevention program, Tai Ji Quan: Moving for Better Balance.
Listen to this presentation to learn more about the evidence-based falls prevention program, Stepping On.