Tinsley earns distinguished patient safety credential
Kendra Tinsley, Executive Director of the Kansas Healthcare Collaborative (KHC), successfully passed the Certified Professional in Patient Safety (CPPS) examination in June, earning the CPPS credential that attests to her professional competency in patient safety science and application. The achievement demonstrates Tinsley’s commitment and expertise in the critical discipline of patient safety.
KHC authors white paper on Medical Home Concept vs. Medicaid Health Home
The terms medical home, patient centered medical home, health home and other versions are often used interchangeably to refer to models for care management or primary care delivery.
HHS announces national harm reductions
The Kansas Healthcare Collaborative is excited to share the good news about your work and the work of hospitals and providers across the country. This week the Department of Health and Human Services announced that preliminary data indicates a nine percent decrease in hospital-acquired conditions nationally during 2011 and 2012.