The Michigan Data Collaborative (MDC) is a healthcare data organization at the University of Michigan. They support care delivery transformation initiatives across the state of Michigan by providing solutions for data collection, aggregation and visualization, measure calculation, and reporting. MDC produces dashboards to support the mission of INHALE. If you would like more information on how MDC assists INHALE and its’ members, reach out using the contact information below.
MSHIELD’s mission is to empower CQIs to lead the future of quality improvement which achieves whole health for all people by integrating social care and clinical care, using data to drive health equity, and fostering a culture of anti-racism. INHALE has partnered with MSHIELD to embrace that mission together. To learn more or to request a consult use the links below.
HBOM works with other CQIs to help their participating POs, hospitals, practices, and providers to make the healthy choice the easy choice. They are proud to be a part of the CQI network, more than 20 statewide collaboratives focused on improving health care and outcomes for patients in Michigan and across the nation.
The Asthma Initiative of Michigan’s (AIM) work is accomplished through grants from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and other organizations, and through the many hours of work with our partners. The CDC’s technical package, known as EXHALE, with six strategies to assist communities, organizations, and help people with asthma achieve better health and improved quality of life structures AIM’s activities and our strategic plan. Their website, GetAsthmaHelp.org, features a vast amount of current asthma information for health care professionals and people with asthma, including Michigan asthma surveillance, data and reports. Sign up to receive weekly-ish news emails with the latest asthma learning opportunities, resources and research.
The goal of MVC is to improve the health of Michigan through sustainable, high-value healthcare. Working in conjunction with INHALE and the many specialty-specific Collaborative Quality Improvement (CQI) programs in BCBSM’s Value Partnership Program, MVC aims to understand variation in healthcare use, identify best practices, and lead interventions for improving care before, during, and after hospitalization. The program improves healthcare quality across Michigan through rigorous performance feedback, empirical identification of best practices, and collaborative learning.