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Save the Date: 2020 OCHIN Learning Forum

Mark your calendars for the 2020 OCHIN Learning Forum, taking place April 27 - 29 at the Hilton Portland in Downtown Portland, Oregon.

We invite you to share your knowledge at the Learning Forum – we strive for sessions that will give the audience practical tools and knowledge they can apply within their clinics, sharing your learnings and outcomes. The Call for Sessions is open until September 20, 2019.

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Join Us for the Upcoming Progressive Leaders Workshop (PLW), and Check Out the PLW Curriculum of Topics and Resource Library

Through OCHIN’s High Performers Project, we have learned that high performing organizations exhibit characteristics of learning organizations. Please join us on May 21 at 10:00 am PT, as we continue the conversation about the characteristics of a learning organization, and why your organization should care about becoming one.

An important resource for curriculum and resources that cover a range of topics, including Leadership and Workforce Development, Data Analytics, and Health Equity, is available to OCHIN members on the Progressive Leaders Workshop wiki page.   

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OCHIN Analytics and Quality Reporting Team's Top Three in Quality Reporting and 2019 Learning Forum Recap

OCHIN’s Analytics and Quality Reporting (AAQR) team shares this month’s Top Three in Quality Metric Reporting, in honor of May’s designation as National High Blood Pressure Education Month. The AAQR team also features a recap and resources from their session at this year’s Learning Forum.

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March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month: Check Out OCHIN Resources to Improve Colorectal Cancer Screening Rates

March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. OCHIN offers a suite of resources to help members increase screening rates, prevent patients from falling through the cracks, and save lives.

Colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer deaths in the U.S. for both men and women. However, screening is an effective preventive measure. If signs of pre-cancer are found during screening, colorectal cancer can be completely prevented. More than a third of adults over the age of 50 are not screened appropriately. Many of the vulnerable patient populations OCHIN members serve are at elevated risk for colorectal cancer.

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