May 1, 2008 | Survey/Poll
Chronic Disease Management
January 23, 2002 | Program Results Report
The Group Health Cooperative of Puget Sound developed and evaluated a new approach to providing managed primary care to patients with chronic conditions within clinics that facilitate collaboration among patients, families and clinicians.
Project ECHO: A Model for Complex, Chronic Care in the Pacific Northwest Region of the United States
September 28, 2012 | Journal Article
This article discusses Project ECHO’s expansion in the U.S. Pacific Northwest in 2009. Weekly videoconferences focused on hepatitis C, chronic pain, integrated addictions and psychiatry, and HIV/AIDS.
April 19, 2010 | Program Results Report
The Diabetes Initiative and its individual projects have contributed to the expansion of diabetes self-management at the state level and nationwide.
October 25, 2007 | Program Results Report
Service credit banking programs seek to help elderly people remain healthy, independent, and in their homes by enlisting volunteer caregivers to provide supportive services.
Regional Workshops Supported Washington Coming Home Assisted-Living Projects - Lead to Development of Model Project
August 13, 2004 | Program Results Report
Starting in 2001, staff at Washington's Coming Home project provided free workshops in six regions of the state for agencies that finance assisted living, developers and housing sponsors.
January 1, 2002 | Book
Susan Dentzer explores whether service credit banking--as demonstrated in the projects funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation--was a good idea that was badly timed or implemented, or whether it was simply a flawed idea.
July 1, 2001 | Program Results Report
The United Hospital Fund of New York worked to develop, validate and implement a research technique called small-area analysis, used to identify communities with high rates of unnecessary hospitalization and limited access to primary care.
September 1, 2000 | Program Results Report
Group Health Cooperative of Puget Sound created SerVE, a service credit banking program aimed at attracting individuals who might not typically volunteer but who saw a tangible benefit in the opportunity to build credits.