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Focus on Quality: Transformation Series – CareMessage

The Indiana Primary Health Care Association (IPHCA) and the Indiana Quality Improvement Network (IQIN), a health center controlled network (HCCN), have partnered to streamline quality improvement training efforts for community health centers through a learning collaborative. IPHCA and IQIN share a goal to improve the performance of clinical and operational quality measures using data, health IT, and implementation of promising practices around Indiana.

 

Focus on Quality Transformation Series – CareMessage

Date: November 18

Time: 12 pm Eastern

Join us November 18th to learn more about utilizing technology to reach patients using CareMessage. Over the past decade, CareMessage has become the largest patient engagement platform for underserved populations in the United States and has launched multiple initiatives to promote health equity in these communities. During the COVID-19 pandemic, CareMessage has focused on using strategies text messaging to reach underserved populations and reducing disparities in COVID-19 related health outcomes.

Our guest speaker, Marywiley Pate from CareMessage, will be providing an overview of CareMessage Lite along with uses cases for the outreach platform.

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Nicole Stillianos

nstilianos@indianapca.org

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