Osteoporosis Best Practices Learning Collaborative 2.0
The Osteoporosis Best Practices Learning Collaborative 2.0 is a 12-month initiative focused on helping participating organizations develop strategies to reduce fracture rates among female patients with osteoporosis. The goal is to have groups develop, implement, and sustain clinical practice guideline-informed strategies and interventions to improve patient-centered identification, diagnosis, long-term management, and education. This collaborative is an extension of the Osteoporosis Best Practices Learning Collaborative, and it builds on the original collaboratives’ s findings and key components such as patient and provider/staff education, care coordination, and clinical decision support tools.
The AMGA Best Practices Learning Collaborative model creates a community of knowledge that can assist participants to accelerate change and develop sustainable care processes. The best practices from the collaboratives are shared with the healthcare community to help providers improve care delivery nationwide.
Eight participating health care organizations comprised of medical groups, and integrated health systems of varying size, and geographic locations, were selected to participate in the Osteoporosis Best Practices Learning Collaborative 2.0:
|Maine Medical Partners||St. Luke’s Medical Group|
|Ochsner Health||UC San Diego Health|
|Prevea Health||Utica Park Clinic|
Bone Health and Osteoporosis Foundation
Heather Hofflich, DO, FACE
Clinical Medical Director, La Jolla Internal Medicine Faculty Practice,
Professor of Medicine, Divisions of Endocrinology and Internal Medicine, UC San Diego Health
Michele McDermott, M.D.
US Asset Medical Lead
Susan L. Williams-Judge, M.N., C.N.S., A.R.N.P.,
Nurse Practitioner, University of Washington Medicine
Clinical Liaison Coordinator, Strong Bones Clinic, Northwest Outpatient Medical Center
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