MSQII-2 is a Quality Improvement Initiative of the Mississippi State Department of Health, Office of Preventive Health, Chronic Disease Bureau designed to help participating organizations improve patient outcomes in Hypertension, Diabetes, and Coronary Artery Disease. The goal of MSQII-2 is to accelerate quality improvement by learning and sharing from each others’ successes and challenges. Achievement of these goals require changing the way health care is delivered. The fundamental change is from a provider-oriented system to a patient-family-community-oriented system of care utilizing a team-based approach.
MSQII-2 offers training in electronic health records and quality improvement to participating teams working to implement cross-cutting approaches to promote health and prevent and control chronic disease and their risk factors.
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