We are happy to add a new resource to the Health Equity Resource Hub. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services recently released two new infographics about the healthcare challenges and barriers faced by the LGBTQI+ communities and the use of Z codes for the collection of SDOH data.
Kansas Healthcare Collaborative (KHC) and KFMC Health Improvement Partners are working together with other health care partners in the region to bid on the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Quality Innovation Network-Quality Improvement Organization 13th Scope of Work in Kansas.
KFMC President and CEO Sarah Irsik-Good, MHA shares the fundamental pillars of our organizational culture which have positioned KFMC for sustainable success through the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.
The 2023 Health Equity Summit brought together a diverse assembly of healthcare professionals, policymakers, community leaders, advocates, and individuals, all committed to advancing health equity on a local and state scale. The presenters’ slide presentations and other materials are now available.
KFMC Health Improvement Partners is proud to announce the successful completion of a SOC 2 (Service Organization Control) Type 2 examination for our Clinical Care Review Services which highlights our unwavering commitment to ensuring the security of our clients’ sensitive information.
KFMC Health Improvement Partners (KFMC) is celebrating 50 years of transforming the delivery of care in the evolving healthcare landscape. Since 1972, the KFMC team has been focused on bringing meaningful change and sustained high performance to health organizations nationwide.
The article discusses key lessons on how the CMS Innovation Center’s primary care models are informing the next generation of advanced primary care model development, and includes lessons learned from the CPC+ model. KFMC Health Improvement Partners served as the Regional Learning Network for CPC+ practices in the Greater Kansas City region and supported their innovation in transforming primary care.
There has never been a better time to connect to a Health Information Exchange (HIE). KFMC can assist your practice in making the connection to an HIE and in optimizing your HIE connection after integration.
KFMC conducted a series of independent listening sessions in late September 2021 to solicit feedback from unvaccinated long-term care workers regarding their concerns, fears, and hesitancies about the proposed vaccine mandate.
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