The CalHIVE (Health-Impact-Value-Engagement) Network, a multi-year collaborative operated by the California Quality Collaborative, aims to improve care for people with diabetes or asthma by maximizing the use of virtual care tools.
CalHIVE provides a range of coaching and educational opportunities to ensure providers will lead the way in creating a sustainable health care system that works for everyone. Technical assistance includes individualized coaching by experts, learning activities (including skills training, virtual peer sharing, and site visits), data insights and analytics.
CalHIVE’s participants are seven provider organizations representing 1,300 clinicians located in eight counties throughout Southern California, the Inland Empire and the Central Valley. Participating organizations include:
- Central City Community Health Center – a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) with locations in the Inland Empire, Los Angeles and Orange counties
- Choice Medical Group – an Independent Physician Association (IPA) in the Inland Empire
- Desert Oasis Healthcare – an IPA in the Inland Empire
- EPIC Management, LLC – a Management Services Organization (MSO) and IPA located in the Inland Empire
- Golden Valley Health Centers – an FQHC in the Central Valley (Merced and Stanislaus counties)
- PrimeCare – an IPA in the Inland Empire
- Prospect Medical Group – an MSO and multiple IPAs in the Inland Empire, Los Angeles and Orange counties
The CalHIVE Network builds on CQC’s, four-year Practice Transformation Initiative — which engaged over 4,500 physicians providing care for 3.1 million patients and generated $186 million in cost savings, or $10.11 for every dollar invested. The program produced dramatic reductions in emergency room utilization and hospitalizations and equally impressive gains in care quality.
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