IHQC partners with safety net systems, member associations, foundations, and community-based organizations to facilitate learning communities that improve healthcare quality and access. We provide technical assistance to support your initiative from start-to-finish, including conducting readiness assessments, project management, facilitating stakeholder meetings, and leading workshops and training programs.
Below are examples of previous initiatives we have designed and/or provided technical assistance for. Interested in partnering with IHQC? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
County Medical Services Program: Local Indigent Care Needs Program
IHQC was engaged by the County Medical Services Program (CMSP) Governing Board as the Technical Assistance provider for the Local Indigent Care Needs Program (LICN). IHQC provides grantee teams with tailored tools, webinars, coaching, and events that support their programs addressing low-income uninsured and under-insured adults that lack access to health, behavioral health, and associated support services.
Making the Value Connection
The MVC Program was developed to support community health centers in preparing for changing payment methodologies. Led by IHQC and Capital Link, the program consists of direct coaching, workshops, roundtable meetings, tools, assessments, and other resources to guide clinic teams in improving value and finding balance between quality and financial sustainability.
Beyond Transformation: Dental Transformation Initiative Resource Library
IHQC hosted a training series and compiled a virtual library of webinar recordings, tools, reference materials, and other resources for Dental Transformation Initiative (DTI) clinic participants in Orange County, CA, to assist them as they work towards establishing expanded dental services and re-engage their partnerships with schools and early childhood education centers.
Riverside University Health System
IHQC partnered with the Riverside University Health System (RUHS) in the planning and implementation of two learning communities across their primary care clinics and hospital. More than 15 multidisciplinary teams came together to build skills, implement strategic improvement projects, and to expand the systems’ internal improvement goals and transformation efforts.
Cedars-Sinai: Building a Culture of Quality
IHQC, in partnership with Cedars-Sinai, has expanded its curriculum to explore how quality improvement methodology is applied and embedded on an organizational level. We invite QI clinic teams to participate in this exciting new offering.
Cedars-Sinai Community Clinic Initiative
IHQC is partnering with Cedars-Sinai to launch an initiative for LA County community clinics to support them in their efforts to improve quality and operational efficiencies.
Kaiser Permanente Chronic Care Management Initiative
Building upon previous improvement efforts, IHQC is currently working with community clinics in the Sacramento region to strengthen their capacity to engage in larger-scale improvement initiatives..
Our thanks to the generosity of our funders and partners in supporting these initiatives for the safety net: