Advancing Measurement-informed Care in Behavioral Health
Join us for Advancing Measurement-informed Care in Community Behavioral Health, on Tuesday, Jan. 30, 12-1 p.m. ET, to learn how your organization can improve quality of care by implementing measurement-informed care (MIC) within your integrated care setting.
Outcomes-based behavioral health quality measures are often difficult to collect and not operationally useful. MIC, however, involves regularly and systematically using patient data to inform clinical decisions and improve quality of care. With patient data, providers can develop personalized treatment plans, intervene early to prevent complications, improve medication management, promote coordinated care and engage in continuous quality improvement.
In this webinar, national experts will present the key findings from a new report by the National Council on implementing MIC as a strategy to improve the way we use measurement to inform treatment and deliver whole person care and integrated care.