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Clinician's Perspective

I'm very excited to be part of GLPTN and witness firsthand some of the exciting changes that are taking place in our healthcare system to help promote high quality care. I hope to see the tools of implementation science put to the test to help rapidly disseminate meaningful improvements to healthcare processes and ultimately to patients' lives.Ashley Overley, MD, Assistant Medical Director, Division of Mental Health & Addiction IN Family & Social Services Administration

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2017 Million Hearts Hypertension Control Challenge

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Dear Colleague: Today, health systems and professionals are equipped with the knowledge and technology to ...

3 Robust Approaches to Dementia Care

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

3 Robust Approaches to Dementia Care Programs integrate services in the hospital and out, and among ...

A Population Health Approach to Dementia

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

A Population Health Approach to Dementia by Catherine A. Alder, JD, Bharath B. Reddy Bynagari and Malaz ...

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GLPTN Spotlight: Rethinking how problems are solved with lean

Monday, April 23, 2018

Purdue Healthcare Advisors’ Jack Fenton has been working with the University of Illinois at Chicago/University of Illinois Hospital as part of a Great Lakes Practice Transformation Network (GLPTN) initiative. He was tasked with helping the system’s clinics identify goals and improve quality. Going through Jack’s lean training made participants rethink the way they approach problems. Read more

When too many meds are the problem: The benefits of deprescribing

Thursday, April 20, 2017

When too many meds are the problem: The benefits of deprescribing Article posted at 10:03 AM on April 13, 2017 on Advisory.com by Rebecca Tyrrell and Molly Stein We don’t often think of pharmacists taking medication away from patients, but that’s exactly what deprescribing protocols are designed to do. Read full article here

2017 Million Hearts Hypertension Control Challenge

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Dear Colleague: Today, health systems and professionals are equipped with the knowledge and technology to help patients manage high blood pressure more effectively than ever before. Still, high blood pressure contributes to more than 1,100 deaths in the United States each day and puts millions at risk for heart disease and stroke. About 1 in […]

GLPTN – Professional Internal Assistance Requests

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Professional Internal Assistance Requests Great Lakes PTN has the unique opportunity to assist practices and clinicians with projects or programs that could benefit from short-term, expert assistance. Requirements: The practice must be currently enrolled in the Great Lakes PTN Project or program you are seeking assistance for must be an existing project/program that could benefit […]

3 Robust Approaches to Dementia Care

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

3 Robust Approaches to Dementia Care Programs integrate services in the hospital and out, and among clinical and family caregivers By Geri Aston

A Population Health Approach to Dementia

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

A Population Health Approach to Dementia by Catherine A. Alder, JD, Bharath B. Reddy Bynagari and Malaz A. Boustani, MD

Nadia Nguyen Adams named to IBJ’s Forty Under 40 Class of 2017

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

February 14, 2017 Empowering clinicians to provide the best care for better health outcomes at lower cost Nadia Nguyen Adams named to IBJ’s Forty Under 40 Class of 2017 INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana University Center for Health Innovation and Implementation Science Chief Operating Officer Nadia Nguyen Adams, MHA is working to empower doctors, nurses and other […]

Rapidly meeting the mental health needs of older adults

Monday, January 16, 2017

INDIANAPOLIS — Nearly 20 percent of older Americans experience depression and the highest rate of suicide is among older adult Caucasian males. Despite the anticipated growth of mental health needs as the U.S. population ages, there is only one geriatric psychiatrist for every 23,000 older Americans. By 2030, there will only be one geriatric psychiatrist […]

Older adults with obesity less responsive to memory training than those with lower BMIs

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

INDIANAPOLIS – In the first study to compare the results of cognitive training by body mass index (BMI) category, scientists from the Indiana University Center for Aging Research found that memory training provided only one-third the benefit to older adults with obesity than the benefit it provided to older adults without obesity. To determine responsiveness […]

Commonly used drugs lead to more doctor’s office, hospital and emergency department visits

Tuesday, December 20, 2016

INDIANAPOLIS — Anticholinergic medications, a class of drugs very commonly used by older adults, are linked to an increased rate of emergency department and hospital utilization in the United States, according to an Indiana University Center for Aging Research, Indiana University Center for Health Innovation and Implementation Science, and Regenstrief Institute study of community-dwelling Americans age […]

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