CAH Administrator Meeting September 2011 Billings, MT. Follow Up 2010-2011. Leadership Institute-Celebrate! HIT Certification scholarships update Economic Impact Studies-Releases Champions- we need your help!. Some MT CAH Stats July 2010-June 2011 MT PIN Benchmarking. More stats.
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Plains, Dillon, Fort Benton,
Big Timber, Culbertson, Glendive
Total award $680,183
DPHHS Portion -$132,629
MHREF portion $574, 554
CFO scholarships to attend HFMA
Meetings-Administrator and Nursing Directors
Collaboration with HSM and MT REC
Leadership Institute-3rd year!
Expanded coding education
Economic impact studies
-Clinical improvement studies and clinical benchmarking project
-Lunchtime Learning (for providers)
-Credentialing staff support
10 years and going strong!
-Champions for Quality (for providers)
New 3-yr PIN Strategic plan
Peer review assistance
Collaboration with QIO and 10th SOW
-new rural focus!
Asthma – AHEAD Training
External Cause of Injury (E-Coding)
EMS Manager Education
Preventable Death Study
Quality Improvement Project
“Quality of Care and Patient Outcomes
in Critical Access Rural Hospitals”; JAMA 2011
“Compared with non-CAHs, CAHs had
fewer clinical capabilities,
worse measured processes of care,
and higher mortality rates
for patients with AMI, CHF or pneumonia.”
What MT CAHs need to do
At a Glance
What’s In It For Me?