The Path to High Performance at CHRISTUS Trinity Clinic: AMGA’s 2018 Acclaim Award Recipient
Steve Keuer, M.D., President and Chief Medical Officer, Scott Smith, M.D., Senior Vice President and Institute Chair of Primary Care, David Gano, M.S.O.D., Regional Director of Ambulatory Performance Improvement, Janet Hurley, M.D., Medical Director of Population Health, Andrea R. Anderson, M.H.A., M.B.A., Administrative Director of Population Health and Ambulatory Quality, and Annamari Dietrichson, Regional Director of Professionalism and Patient Experience, CHRISTUS Trinity Clinic
Since 1999, the Acclaim Award, supported by AMGA Foundation, has recognized medical groups and other organized systems of care that are bringing the American healthcare system closer to the ideal delivery model―one that is safe, effective, patient-centered, timely, efficient, and equitable. Each year, AMGA honors members that have demonstrated successful system-wide change, delivered better patient outcomes, and embraced continuous learning and innovation that has led to improved quality and value-driven patient care.
This session will spotlight the powerful initiatives of CHRISTUS Trinity Clinic, our 2018 Acclaim Award recipient. Leaders from the group will describe their journey and explore their award-winning initiatives, highlighting how AMGA’s High-Performing Health System™ attributes, along with their core mission principles, guide their physicians, advance practice providers, clinical staff, and support staff to provide the highest quality, compassionate care.
Upon completion of this activity, participants will be able to:
- Describe the initiatives of the 2018 Acclaim
- Evaluate whether elements are replicable at