September 1, 2016
Shared by: Upper Peninsula Health Plan
Defines advance care planning (ACP) and Michigan’s blind spots
Describes what ACP in Michigan make look like in the future
Reports 2015 ACP registry survey findings from 61 responses received from six different types of professionals across six different organization types
Registry/repository gaps based on survey responses include: standardization, awareness, authentication, and fragmentation
Proposed 2016 design team to: identify pilot sites, link current repository programs, test scenarios with existing initiatives, and evaluate pilot results
View MiHIN ACP Survey Results
First Statewide ACP Conference a Success!
A team of ACP experts from across the state helped plan and implement Michigan's first statewide Advance Care Planning conference, which was held in L...
Aligning and Streamlining Quality Measures
Shared by: Michigan State Medical Society
The Physician-Payer Quality Collaborative (PPQC) is designed to help practices report quality me...
"What is Advance Care Planning?"
At the 2017 Michigan Advance Care Planning Conference, we recorded experts in the advance care planning space. With the help of UnoDeuce Multimedia, w...
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