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MHQP’s Rabson and McIntosh Co-Author Award-Winning Study on Telehealth

(August 2022)

MHQP’s Barbra Rabson and Nathalie McIntosh are co-authors of an important article which has earned the Telehealth and Medicine Today journal 2021 Annual Editors Best Article Award, exhibiting the most views, downloads, and citations.

The independent academic healthcare publisher, Partners in Digital Health (PDH), published findings from the three-part

MHQP’s Rabson and McIntosh Co-Author Award-Winning Study on Telehealth2022-07-26T16:21:21-04:00

It’s Time to Better Understand and Address Disparities in Patient Experiences

By Barbra G. Rabson

(July 2022) 

The pandemic has shown us that we are not doing enough to equally promote health for people of all races and ethnicities. Given that there are well-known and researched disparities across all aspects of care, it may not surprise you to learn that Black, Hispanic and Asian

It’s Time to Better Understand and Address Disparities in Patient Experiences2022-08-01T11:07:11-04:00

MHQP Confirms Significant Drop-Off in Key Preventive Care Measures During the Pandemic

(May 2022) Alarming declines in cancer screening procedures, routine tests for patients with diabetes, and childhood immunizations recorded 

Data released today by MHQP confirm what many providers and policymakers feared – that preventive care declined during the pandemic, especially for procedures that required patients to visit a clinical setting in person.

See a

MHQP Confirms Significant Drop-Off in Key Preventive Care Measures During the Pandemic2022-05-05T08:37:46-04:00

Community-Wide Care Coordination Program Better Supports Kids with Behavioral Health Needs

(March 2022) MHQP Patient Experience Award Winner, MACONY Pediatrics, Leads the Effort. 

It started back in 2015, well before anyone at MACONY Pediatrics had ever heard of the MHQP Patient Experience Awards. Healthcare and social service providers in and around Great Barrington, Massachusetts, were seeing a steady rise in behavioral health issues among

Community-Wide Care Coordination Program Better Supports Kids with Behavioral Health Needs2022-03-27T18:23:33-04:00

MHQP Releases Updated Clinical Guidelines with Renewed Focus on Health Equity

(February 2022)

MHQP has released its updated Clinical Guidelines for 2022. This year, the Guidelines are once again highlighting opportunities for clinicians to reduce inequities in care by improving screening for high-risk populations.

At a time when the pandemic has caused a sharp decrease in routine cancer screenings, and policies that aim to ensure equitable access to appropriate care

MHQP Releases Updated Clinical Guidelines with Renewed Focus on Health Equity2022-02-23T16:58:42-05:00

Backlash Must Fuel Renewed Commitment to Health Equity

By Barbra G. Rabson

(February 2022) 

Since the summer of 2020, when the murder of George Floyd and the COVID pandemic spawned a reawakening about racial injustice in this country, I have been impressed and proud of the commitment to health equity at so many levels in the Massachusetts healthcare system. Company CEOs,

Backlash Must Fuel Renewed Commitment to Health Equity2022-02-10T09:47:47-05:00

MHQP Announces Winners of 2021 Patient Experience Awards

(January 2022) 

MHQP has announced the winners of the 2021 “MHQP Patient Experience Awards.” MHQP introduced this award program in 2018 as a way to recognize the primary care practices that perform highest on its annual Commercial Patient Experience Survey, the only statewide survey of patient experience in primary care in Massachusetts.

The

MHQP Announces Winners of 2021 Patient Experience Awards2022-01-24T16:16:07-05:00

We Need Better Data to Tackle Health Disparities, Massachusetts Taxpayers Foundation Study Finds

~MHQP Serves as Critical Source of Information for this Important Report~

(January 2022)

To truly advance its equity goals, Massachusetts must take a leadership role in collecting and analyzing racial and ethnic health disparities, a new Massachusetts Taxpayers Foundation (MTF) report suggests. The report underlines how Massachusetts must improve data collection and reporting requirements across health agencies to ensure

We Need Better Data to Tackle Health Disparities, Massachusetts Taxpayers Foundation Study Finds2022-02-08T14:19:27-05:00

MHQP Using Artificial Intelligence to Make Patient Comments More Actionable

(December 2021)

Patient narratives – hearing feedback directly from patients in their own words – is perhaps the most powerful tool for healthcare practices to improve patient experiences. Qualitative feedback can provide personal insights and perspectives that no quantitative data can offer.

Recognizing this fact, MHQP took action a few years ago to

MHQP Using Artificial Intelligence to Make Patient Comments More Actionable2022-02-10T09:42:08-05:00

Patients Really Like Telehealth. Let’s Resolve to Make It Work.

By Barbra G. Rabson

(January 2022) 

At the beginning of the pandemic, I penned a post I called “Now Is the Time to Get Telehealth Right” in which I suggested that something good might emerge from what I called our “grand telehealth experiment.” Well, my friends, the pandemic may not be over

Patients Really Like Telehealth. Let’s Resolve to Make It Work.2022-01-04T17:32:16-05:00
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