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MPCA Clinical Quality Assessment Survey Follow-up Interviews Seek to Identify Health Center Needs

Friday, April 11, 2014  
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Late last fall MPCA members completed the MPCA Clinical Quality Assessment (CQA) survey to assist the MPCA Clinical Quality Team in identifying opportunities for technical assistance and training. Health Centers participating in the Michigan Quality Improvement Network (MQIN) are being approached for more extensive interviews after the online survey. This will enable MPCA to gather detailed information for creating a Center-based workplan in the areas of EHR adoption, meaningful use of EHRs, clinical quality improvement, and Patient-Centered Medical Homes. The completion of these tasks is required for compliance with a grant from the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services to help implement Health Information Technology and support quality improvement efforts in Health Center Controlled Networks. MQIN staff will be contacting the appropriate Health Center staff members, as identified on the fall CQA survey, to complete these interviews. If you have any questions regarding these upcoming interviews, please contact Katherine Voss, Population Health Specialist, at

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