There was evidence of broad success at implementation and maintenance of quality improvement for depression treatment in primary care.
This paper evaluates the effects of the Institute of Healthcare Improvement’s Breakthrough Series (IHI BTS) on quality of care for chronic heart failure (CHF).
Assessing the Implementation of the Chronic Care Model in Quality Improvement Collaboratives: Methods Appendix 2005
Technical (Methods) Appendix to Assessing the Implementation of the Chronic Care Model in Quality Improvement Collaboratives (Health Services Research)
Measuring the Effectiveness of a Collaborative for Quality Improvement in Pediatric Asthma Care: Does Implementing the Chronic Care Model Improve Processes and Outcomes of Care? 2005
Patients who received care at intervention clinics also reported higher general and asthma-specific quality of life.
This appendix contains the evidence tables, sensitivity analyses, and references to accompany the paper
A Telephone Survey to Measure Communication, Education, Self-Management, and Health Status for Patients with Heart Failure: The Improving Chronic Illness Care Evaluation (ICICE) 2005
Many aspects of quality of care for heart failure cannot be reliably obtained by chart review.
Differences in Education, Knowledge, Self-Management Activities, and Health Outcomes for Patients with Heart Failure Cared for Under the Chronic Disease Model: The Improving Chronic Illness Care Evaluation — 2005
J Card Fail, 2005 Aug; 11(6):405-13
The PedsQL(TM): Reliability and Validity of the Short-Form Generic Core Scales and Asthma Module
Chan, Kitty S. PhD; Mangione-Smith, Rita MD, MPH; Burwinkle, Tasha M. PhD; Rosen, Mayde BSN, RN; Varni, James W. PhD.
Medical Care March 2005. 43(3), 256-265.
An Evaluation of an Adult Asthma BTS Collaborative and the Effect of Patient Self-Management
Schonlau M, Mangione-Smith R, Rosen M, Louis TM, Cretin S, Keeler E.
Annals of Family Medicine, 2005 3: 200-208.
How Do Ethnicity and Primary Language Spoken at Home Affect Management Practices and Outcomes in Children and Adolescents With Asthma?
Chan KS, Keeler E, Schonlau M, Rosen M, Mangione-Smith R
Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 2005; 159:283-289.
Motivation to Improve Chronic Disease Care in Three Quality Improvement Collaboratives
Lin M, Marsteller JA, Shortel S, Mendel P, Pearson ML, Rosen M, Wu S
Health Care Manage Rev, 2005, 30(2), 139-156.
The Role of Perceived Team Effectiveness in Improving Chronic Illness Care
Shortell SM, Marsteller JA, Lin M, Pearson ML, Wu S-Y, Mendel P, Cretin S, Rosen M.
Medical Care, Vol. 42, No. 11, Nov 2004, pp. 1040-1048.
An Evaluation of Collaborative Interventions to Improve Chronic Illness Care: Framework and Study Design
Cretin, S., Shortell, S.M., Keeler, E.B.
Evaluation Review, Vol. 28, No. 1, February 2004.
Assessing the Implementation of the Chronic Care Model in Quality Improvement Collaboratives: Does Baseline System Support for Chronic Care Matter?
Wu SY, Pearson ML, Schaefer J, Bonomi AE, Shortell SM, Mendel PJ, Marsteller JA, Louis TA, Keeler EB. Luczak, H. & Zink, K.J.
Human Factors in Organizational Design and Management-VII. Re-Design Work and Macroergonomics - Future Perspectives and Challenges. Proceedings of the Seventh International Symposium on Human Factors in Organizational Design and Management held in Aachen, Germany, October 1-2, 2003. Santa Monica, CA, USA: IEA Press.
Do Patient Consent Provisions Affect Participation Rates in Quality Improvement Studies: Data from the Improving Chronic Illness Care Evaluation 2005
Nelson K, Garcia RE, Brown J, Mangione CM, Keeler EB, Cretin S
Medical Care, 2002; 40 (4): 283-288.
We are currently analyzing data we have collected from health care organizations, patients, and medical records for the evaluation. Although our analyses are not yet complete, we want to make our emerging results available to those involved in QI efforts. Below we present summaries of our emerging results, categorized by the main research question they address (see “About the Study”). These findings are preliminary and have not yet been peer reviewed. They cannot be cited or quoted without permission of the author.
Are organizations enrolled in the Collaborative able to make significant changes in their systems for delivering chronic illness care?
Sustainability and Spread of Chronic Illness Care Improvement
Wu SY, Pearson ML, Keeler EB, Shortell SM, Mendel PJ, Lin M, Marsteller JA.
Abstr AcademyHealth Meet. 2004; 21: abstract no. 1968.
Chronic Care Model (CCM) Implementation Emphases
Pearson ML, Wu SY, Shortell S, Marsteller JA, Mendel PJ, Lin M, Keeler EB
Health Services Research Volume 40, Issue 4, pages 978-996, August 2005.
What organizational and team factors are associated with successful change efforts?
The Relationship between Non-Racial Diversity in Team Composition and Performance and Creativity in a Chronic Illnness Care Quality Improvement Intervention
Dissertation, Doctor of Philosophy in Health Services and Policy Analysis, University of California, Berkeley Stephen M. Shortell (Chairman)
Social Networks among Teams in Chronic Illness Care Improvement Collaboratives
Marsteller JA, Shortell SM, Lin M, Mendel P, Dell E, Wang S, Cretin S, Pearson ML, Wu S, Rosen M
AcademyHealth. Meeting (2003 : Nashville, Tenn.). Abstr AcademyHealth Meet. 2003; 20: abstract no. 822.
Does successful implementation of the Chronic Care Model lead to better processes and outcomes of care?
Do Collaborative Quality Improvement Programs Reduce Cardiovascular Risk for Persons with Diabetes?
Vargas RB, Mangione CM, Keesey J, Asch S, Schonlau M, Keeler EB
AcademyHealth. Meeting (2004 : San Diego, Calif.). Abstr AcademyHealth Meet. 2004; 21: abstract no. 1995.
Does Participation in a Collaborative Improve Quality of Care for Diabetes?
Asch S, Mangione C, Broder M, Keesey J, Rosen M, Keeler EB
AcademyHealth. Meeting (2003 : Nashville, Tenn.). Abstr AcademyHealth Meet. 2003; 20: abstract no. 821.