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PHASE Overview

As a part of Preventing Heart Attacks and Strokes Everyday (PHASE) in the community, your organizations are working to prevent heart attacks and strokes in the high-risk patient populations you serve, using a combination of Kaiser Permanente’s clinical expertise and improved population health management capabilities. Hear from Dr. Joe Young about the program’s strategic goals and population health capacity-building focus:

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Goals & Focus Areas

 
PHASE 2020-2021 Goals:

  1. Manage chronic conditions of high-risk populations to decrease their risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD) and/or cardiovascular events.
  2. Improve ability to screen for key CVD risk factors as well as the ability to follow-up with patients who have those risk factors.
  3. Advance health equity by achieving high performance for all populations on measures impacting cardiovascular health.

2020-2021 Program Roadmap

This roadmap includes all of the main activities that will occur in this year of PHASE. More details on activities like in-person learning sessions, site visits and webinars will be shared in advance of each offering.

For a timeline of evaluation activities and data reporting, click here.

2020-2021 Program Requirements

Coach Corner

A core expectation of the program is participating in monthly coaching to advance the progress of your projects. Denise Armstorff is the coach for all PHASE teams.

Denise has worked for over 30 years in the healthcare industry and in the arena of performance improvement since 2008.

How coaching will support you:

  • More intensive approach, focusing on building your QI capabilities in your organizations
  • Helps us keep a better pulse on where additional needs might be – which we will build into our curriculum in response (in person LS, S&L Webinars, etc.)
Coaching Tools & Resources
Project Charter Template Download Word document by clicking here
Project Charter Tutorial Download Word document by clicking here (or view PDF)