|Contacts:||Katie Shradley – Director of Population Health|
|How do you characterize your systems ownership?||A hospital/health system that is NOT an academic medical center|
|Number of primary care clinics in your system?||50|
|Number of clinician employees in your system? How many FTE?||600|
|Number of Primary Care clinician employees in your system? How many FTE?||150, 100|
|Number of primary care providers with buprenorphine waivers?||10|
|Please describe the clinics participating in the CDC Opioid QI Collaborative.||Newport Family Care: non MAT providing site, <5 providers
College Avenue: MAT providing, teaching/residency site, focused care in vulnerable geography.
Manheim Pike: Historical high prescribing in patient population, small clinic, no MAT /BH.
Boiling Springs: Suburban Family Care, no MAT/ BH on site.
In the medical group, We currently have between 8-10 sites that provide MAT services on site, and an additional 40 sites that do not. Sites will be counseled and chosen by the controlled substance committee.
|Is behavioral health integrated into your primary care clinics? If so, please describe.||5/50 sites have behavioral health co-located or integrated into the clinic.|
|Are other clinical services integrated into your primary care clinics (e.g. PT, pharmacy, social work)? If so, please describe.||Each practice has a pharmacy resource as a central support, as well as Social Work and Care Management in the Dauphin/Cumberland region.|
|Please briefly describe your system’s current/past opioid QI efforts.||In 2015 the system began measuring opioid prescription rates, as well as reviewing data with prescribers that fell outside of the norm. Since that time, we have seen a 25% reduction of opioid prescribing in the Dauphin/Cumberland region. In 2017 we onboarded two additional health systems, and began showing the same level of transparency with their providers.|
|Please briefly describe your primary care clinics current/past QI efforts.||Each primary care site is supported by a Quality Committee and Chief Quality Officer. QI initiatives surrounding health maintenance and supportive care/education are continually evaluated and prioritized by the committee/ CQO. This team recently studied their rates of high risk immunization therapy, their vaccination program, and are currently studying their readmission risk/prevention.|