Table of contents for Regional health quality improvement coalitions : lessons across the life cycle / Donna O. Farley ... [et al.].


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Table of Contents
Preface	i
List of Tables	vii
List of Figures	ix
Summary	xi
Coalition Structures and Activities	xii
Key Factors in Coalition Success	xiv
Conceptual Model of Regional Health Quality Improvement Coalitions	xiv
Generalizability	xvii
Next Steps	xvii
Acknowledgments	xix
1.	Introduction	1
Systems Approach	1
Overview of Sites Selected	2
Overview of Report	3
2.	Methodology	5
Data Collection for the Cleveland Health Quality Choice	5
Collection and Review of Archival Documents	6
Gathering of Demographic and Economic Data	6
Telephone and Site Visit Interviews	6
Interview Analysis and Verification of Findings	8
Conceptual Model and Hypotheses Development	8
3.	Cleveland Health Quality Choice Program; Lessons from a Life Cycle 
Completed	8
Coalition Environment	8
Coalition Formation	8
Development of Goals and Strategy	8
Implementation of Initiatives	8
Organizational Structure and Support	8
Major Milestones	8
Important Changes Over Time	8
Discontinuation of Cleveland Health Quality Choice	8
4.	Institute for Clinical Systems Improvement; Growth and Expansion	8
Coalition Environment	8
Coalition Formation	8
Development of Goals and Strategy	8
Implementation of Initiatives	8
Organizational Structure and Support	8
Major Milestones	8
Important Changes Over Time	8
Key Events Since June 2002	8
5.	Rochester Health Commission; Evolution and Change	8
Coalition Environment	8
Coalition Formation	8
Development of Goals and Strategy	8
Implementation of Initiatives	8
Organizational Structure and Support	8
Major Milestones	8
Important Changes Over Time	8
Key Events Since June 2002	8
6.	Pittsburgh Regional Health Care Initiative; Emerging and Framing	8
Coalition Environment	8
Coalition Formation	8
Development of Goals and Strategy	8
Implementation of Initiatives	8
Organizational Structure and Support	8
Major Milestones	8
Important Changes Over Time	8
Key Events Since June 2002	8
7.	Synthesis and Model Development	8
Summary of Comparisons Across Coalitions	8
Key Factors in Coalition Success	8
Conceptual Model of Regional Health Quality Improvement Coalitions	8
8.	Conclusion	8
General Observations	8
Generalizability	8
Next Steps	8
Appendix A: Discussion Topics for Site Visits and Telephone Interviews	8
Appendix B: Schedules of Site Visits and Telephone Interviews	8
References	8
List of Tables
Table 1: Characteristics of the Metropolitan Areas Served by the Coalitions
	3
Table 2: Type and Number of Interviews by Key Stakeholder Group across 
Coalition Sites	8
Table 3: Comparisons of the Four Regional Health Quality Improvement 
Coalitions	8
List of Figures
Figure 1: Conceptual Model of Regional Health Quality Improvement Coalitions
	8




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Regional medical programs United States, Medical policy United States, Community health services United States, Coalition (Social sciences)Health Care Coalitions United States, Regional Medical Programs organization & administration United States, Quality Assurance, Health Care United States