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Integrating Quality (IQ)
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R4R Innovation Challenge Awards
The 2012 Challenge sought and awarded submissions in four topic areas:
- Innovative initiatives that serve the chronically ill in the post-acute setting
- Coordinated primary care delivery systems that incorporate the AMC and community based-affiliates, and that have resulted in quality and cost improvements for individuals
- Redesign of care for specific medical conditions incorporating outcomes improvement
- Innovations in GME training that advance quality and patient safety, population health management, and/or interprofessional team approaches to care
The 2011 and 2012 Innovation Challenge proposals can be viewed in the AAMC's iCollaborative, an online portal for sharing innovations in health care delivery, education and research. To learn more about the other AAMC innovation challenges, please visit the 2013 Clinical Care Innovation Challenge Awards.
Winners of the 2012 R4R Innovation Challenge
- Children’s Hospital Primary Care Center Asthma Medical Home: A Quality Improvement Approach to Asthma Care
Boston Children’s Hospital
- Making July Safer: Simulation-based Mastery Learning During Intern Boot Camp
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
- Engineering Patient-Oriented Clinic Handoffs in an Urban Residency Ambulatory Practice
University of Chicago Medical Center, Department of Medicine
Honorable Mention Recipients
- Montefiore Medical Center’s Regional Nursing Home Collaborative: Innovations in Post-Acute Care Transitions and Reductions in Readmissions
Montefiore Medical Center, University Hospital for Albert Einstein College of Medicine
- Look Before You LEAPP: An Interprofessional Team Approach to Inpatient “Bedside” Pediatric Procedures
SUNY Upstate Medical University
- Reducing Missed Opportunities for EPSDT Well-Child Care at Acute Visits in an Academic Pediatric Practice
Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
- The I-PASS Study: A Multi-Site Effort to Standardize the Handoff Process for Better Handoffs and Safer Care
Boston Children’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center; University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Doernbecher Children’s Hospital; Oregon Health and Science University
Hospital for Sick Children; University of Toronto
Kapi’olani Medical Center for Women and Children; University of Hawaii School of Medicine
Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital; Stanford University School of Medicine
Montefiore Children’s Hospital; Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Primary Children’s Medical Center; University of Utah School of Medicine
St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children; Drexel University College of Medicine
St. Louis Children’s Hospital; Washington University School of Medicine
UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital; UCSF Medical Center
Walter Reed National Military Medical Center; National Capital Consortium
Interested in Sharing Your Care Delivery Innovation?
Submissions to the R4R collection of the iCollaborative are accepted anytime.
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