Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement Faculty Support

The Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement (NRHI) was selected by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI) as one of ten support and alignment networks under their Transforming Clinical Practice Initiative – an initiative designed to provide learning programs and technical assistance to clinicians working with various Practice Transformation Networks, including the NNE-PTN, a Tri-State Collaborative managed by Maine Quality Counts.

NRHI will leverage the experiences and successes of its regional health improvement collaborative member organizations to provide educational resources, tools, and technical assistance to clinicians through a variety of learning programs. Maine Quality Counts provides faculty support to NRHI through virtual and onsite learning opportunities, support for communities of practice for high value care, and innovative approaches to supporting quality improvement practitioners and practice teams.

How do I join a NRHI SAN?

Contact: Stacy Donohue, Senior Program Manager | | 217 Commercial St, Ste 500, Portland, ME 04101 | 207.747.5104 |

How do I join NRHI’s Healthdoers Network?

You can join the HealthDoers Network by filling out this form.


The NNE-PTN, lead by Maine Quality Counts in collaboration with the New Hampshire Citizens Health Initiative at the University of New Hampshire Institute for Health Policy and Practice, and Vermont Program for Quality in Healthcare, Inc., and practice assessments completed by the New England Region Quality Improvement Network–Quality Improvement Organization, are funded through the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ Transforming Clinical Practice Initiative to provide technical assistance to support you, your practice, and your consumers in the transition to value-based payment.

NRHI's HealthDoers Network

NRHI’s HealthDoers Network provides trusted peer-to-peer forums and programming to support “HealthDoers,” who are people working to improve community health and healthcare. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation selected the Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement to launch this initiative and ensure that a broader network of individuals and organizations learn about and apply the multi-stakeholder approach to community health and healthcare improvement.

The online and in-person offerings of the HealthDoers Network are designed to rapidly identify and spread what works, foster meaningful connections, and incorporate participant feedback to set priorities.