Diabetes. Heart disease. Breast Cancer. Asthma. In over 70 communities in Indiana, more than 2,000 physicians are using the Quality Health First Program to help them identify, prevent and manage these conditions, and other conditions in their patients. Patients needing interventions are flagged for their providers, allowing them to make the best care decisions possible.
The program utilizes information from the Indiana Network for Patient Care to assemble lab results, immunizations, diagnoses, cardiology and radiology reports, procedures and medication information. This information is then organized in easy-to-read patient summaries that can be used before, during or after patient visits to make the best use of physicians' time.
The program includes participation from all major healthcare stakeholders, and provides value to patients, hospitals, physicians, payers, employers, public health and others.