Department Fax: (707) 863-4316
PI Academy: ImprovementAcademy@partnershiphp.org
Facility Site Review: FSR@partnershiphp.orgPotential Quality Issues: PQI@partnershiphp.org
Facility Site Review: FSR@partnershiphp.org
Potential Quality Issues: PQI@partnershiphp.org
The Quality Improvement Department strives to improve the quality of care provided to Partnership HealthPlan members by partnering with our provider network and community on improvement initiatives.
Our goals include:
Partnership HealthPlan of California offers several Improvement Programs offering financial incentives and technical assistance to providers who serve our members.
Primary Care Provider Quality Improvement Program (PCP QIP)
Hospital Quality Improvement Program (Hospital QIP)
Long-Term Care Quality Improvement Program (LTC QIP)
Palliative Care Quality Improvement Program (PC QIP)
Perinatal Quality Improvement Program (Perinatal QIP)
Wednesday, December 18, 2019
Wednesday, January 22, 2020
Thursday, January 23, 2020
Wednesday, March 11, 2020
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The Healthcare Effectiveness Data Information Set (HEDIS) is a tool created by the National Committee on Quality Assurance (NCQA) to measure the performance of health plans on the quality of care and service provided to their members.
Learn More about HEDIS
Our Patient Safety team works with providers to maintain standards and practices for our members' safety.
Learn More about Patient Safety
The Partnership Improvement Academy (PIA) was created for clinicians, administrators, and staff to gain quality improvement expertise from industry leaders and peers.
Learn More about PIA Programs
Each year Partnership HealthPlan of California selects several initiatives to assist our members and the community at large.
Learn More about Strategic Initiatives
The 2019 California Budget Act authorized $140 million1 over three years to
implement the Behavioral Health Integration Incentive Program. Funded projects
should aim to improve physical and behavioral health outcomes, care delivery
efficiency and patient experience using culturally, and linguistically appropriate
providers with expertise in primary care, substance use disorder and/or mental
Partnership HealthPlan of California (PHC)
recently teamed up with Anderson Middle School in Anderson to highlight the importance of immunizations for
children ages 9-13. Included in that effort was a PHC-sponsored poster contest,
and the winners were announced at a school assembly today.
Palliative care is patient- and family-centered care that anticipates, prevents, and treats suffering during end of life. And beginning Jan. 1, 2018, palliative care becomes a covered benefit for all eligible Medi-Cal beneficiaries. The benefit gives individuals, during the period before hospice care is necessary, an alternative to spending time in hospitals and emergency rooms.
Wednesday, December 18 – noon to 1 p.m.
Join the QIP team as we wrap-up the 2019 measurement year! This webinar will highlight important upcoming dates, the eReports audit, preview the 2020 measurement set, and answer questions about improving performance by the end of the year.