7 Steps for Establishing and Managing a Successful Healthcare Collaborative

ADownload Printable VersionDownload Printable Versions As a provider or payer you're well aware of the need for new and innovative ways to collaborate via a strategy known as the Triple Aim: to simultaneously promote better care, ensure better health outcomes and lower costs.

But if you're like most healthcare institutions, the most effective ways to launch and manage a collaborative group are unclear to you, and models of successful collaboratives are hard to find. You need to take action now; you cannot afford to waste one more minute or another dollar.

The good news is, I've completed your searching for you, and have identified quality models to serve as your guide. This lecture, which draws on my first-hand experience working with the Michigan Surgical Quality Collaborative (MSQC) and the Collaborative Care Technology Workgroup (CCTWG), will provide you with the detailed information you need to launch and manage a successful collaborative from day one, with confidence that you are on the path to a productive and long-term partnership.

Here's what you'll learn how to do:

Building a collaborative group can be done competently and effectively, so you can keep and expand your credibility with your peers and with the healthcare community at large. Invest a few short hours of your valuable time, and I'll show you how.

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