Fostering Care Coordination for Cardiovascular Health
In honor of American Heart Health Month, NYC REACH invites you to our free heart health event. This will be an opportunity to network with providers and community organizations from all over the New York City area. Attendees will also be able to learn about the Primary Care Information Project's (PCIP) various initiatives focused on promoting heart health in the five boroughs.
At this event, you will have the opportunity to learn about the following topics and projects:
- Medication adherence and its impact on cardiovascular health
- PCIP's projects focused on Heart Health and Quality Improvement
- Care coordination strategies and activities your practice can incorporate into your hypertension care management workflow
- The "Keep On Track" program's innovative approach to blood pressure screening and counseling
- Lessons learned from Faith Based Organizations working to improve heart health in their communities
Tuesday, February 25th, 2014
Breakfast will be provided.
If you have any questions about this event, please contact Victoria Pascoe at email@example.com or (347) 396- 4693
When & Where
Primary Care Information Project (PCIP)
NYC REACH is administered by the NYC Department of Health’s Primary Care Information Project (PCIP), a mayoral initiative focused on improving quality care in NYC through health information technology and funded under the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act. NYC REACH is the federally designated regional extension center (REC) for NYC. The mission of the REC is to educate and support health care providers in becoming meaningful users of electronic health records (EHRs).
Here's what people are saying about our events:
"Excellent presentation overall. Great learning experience!"
"Wonderful information session! Very helpful!"
"Excellent discussion of the challenges we face & recommendations to address these challenges."
"Helpful to hear how other people/groups have garnered buy in, developed tools, overcome barriers."