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Improving Health Care Quality and Patient Safety
Stratis Health is an independent nonprofit organization that leads collaboration and innovation in health care quality and patient safety. For over 40 years, we've worked across settings of care to improve the health of individuals and communities, and to improve the processes used to deliver care.
Stratis Health facilitates learning and action networks across communities, and provides direct technical assistance to health care providers. We have four key program areas: health disparities, health IT, rural health and serving as the Medicare Quality Improvement Organization (QIO).
Examples of our program areas in action:
Stratis Health works with providers in the field to develop and implement improvement projects, using measurement and evidence-based best practices, and translating research into practice, in order to facilitate sustainable improvement in health and health care delivery.
We make lives better.
Medicare Quality Innovation Network - Quality Improvement Organization
Stratis Health works locally to achieve national health care quality goals, through Lake Superior Quality Innovation Network – the Medicare Quality Innovation Network - Quality Improvement Organization (QIN-QIO) which serves Minnesota, Michigan, and Wisconsin. We bring communities together for learning and action, support providers and practitioners with evidence-based clinical interventions and objective expertise, and improve the value of health care. We are:
Stratis Health has supported quality improvement on behalf of Medicare for the state of Minnesota since the inception of the QIO program in 1971. We are one of 14 QIN-QIOs across the country working to implement national health care quality priorities on the local level.
News and Resources
Stratis Health 2018 MIPS Estimator Now Available This easy-to-use online tool is available at no cost to help clinicians and health care organizations prepare for success in the Quality Payment Program.
MIPS Estimator Drives Clinician Success in the QPP Stratis Health released a special analysis of how an estimator tool helps clinicians to integrate MIPS requirements with their quality improvement efforts.
2018 Building Healthier Communities Award Recipients Announced Three grant awards were made to Minnesota nonprofits, in conjunction with National Patient Safety Awareness Week.
Taking Stock: Policy Opportunities for Advancing Rural Health New RUPRI paper examines the progress of health system transformation and the gaps that remain as they affect rural people, places, and providers.
NRHI Welcomes Stratis Health to Member Network The Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement, a national organization representing regional health collaboratives and a recognized leader in healthcare transformation, announced Stratis Health as a new addition to its membership network.
Stratis Health Announces New Board Members – Patti Cullen and Laurie Drill-Mellum Patti Cullen and Laurie C. Drill-Mellum were elected to the board of directors of Stratis Health.
New RURPI Policy Brief on Rural Long-Term Services and Supports (LTSS) Examines rural access to and use of LTSS, and discusses current Federal and State LTSS policy for advancing rural health system transformation toward a high-performing rural health delivery system.
New Stratis Health Project to Advance Palliative Care in Rural Communities Project will expand access to services in three states and identify how to leverage alternative payment models and technology to foster rural palliative care.
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