MQIC wishes everyone a Happy and Healthy 2016!
MQIC is pleased to release three updated clinical practice guidelines and update alerts, as listed:
A number of tools have been added to the MQIC tools page as shown below:
- Access to care for patients with disabilities
- Choose My Plate
- Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support (DSME/S)
- National Diabetes Education Program Guiding Principles
- AMA/CDC Prevent Diabetes STAT Toolkit
- Combined Diet and Physical Activity Promotion Programs
- CDC Protocol for Controlling Hypertension in Adults (interactive tool)
- Michigan Minor Consent for Care and Confidential Health Information
- Adult Immunization Practice Standards
- Project Accessibility USA for Women
Please access all the above tools and others by clicking here.
MQIC guidelines assist by providing evidence-based recommendations in order for you to be able to focus on your patients. To help your patients increase their knowledge and commitment in their overall health, feel free to pass along MQIC guidelines and refer them to the website at www.mqic.org.
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The Michigan Quality Improvement Consortium will establish and implement a core set of clinical practice guidelines and performance measures. The interventions designed and implemented by each plan to improve consistent delivery of services will be at the discretion of individual plans, but guidelines, performance goals, measurement methodology, and performance reporting will be standardized.
About Our Committee
The Michigan Quality Improvement Consortium establishes and implements clinical practice guidelines and performance measures with a focus on improvement for effecting positive health outcomes.
Medical Directors' Committee
- Develop common evidence-based clinical practice guidelines
- Provide direction and final decisions for MQIC
- Establish common definitions of populations among all health plans
- Establish common measurement protocols consistent with MQIC guidelines
- Coordinate MQIC communications
- Coordinate health plan and physician activities that complement MQIC quality improvement efforts
MQIC membership is diverse and includes physicians, health plan administrators, researchers, quality improvement experts, and specialty societies. The consortium recognizes the need to collaborate with other entities and experts to successfully achieve the consortium's vision.
Organizations and Health Plans