Chronic Disease Improvement Collaborative (CDIC)
The Chronic Disease Improvement Collaborative (CDIC) is a joint effort between Maine Quality Counts and the Maine Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (Maine CDC). CDIC works closely with communities and primary care practices around improving the lives of patients living with diabetes and high blood pressure.
Overall Project Aim
Our practice facilitators provide practice-level coaching designed to support primary care providers in implementing standardized, systemic, and team-based processes to improve chronic disease care. The collaborative also provides education, peer support, and expert consultation for primary care providers in order to increase their knowledge and self-efficacy in the effective management of chronic disease care.
The goal of this collaborative is to increase early detection and management of high blood pressure, pre-diabetes, and diabetes within Maine’s healthcare systems and within select primary care practices that have been empowered to implement interventions which will improve patient care and the patient experience. For primary care providers, this goal is reached through a Primary Care Quality Improvement Intervention focused on increasing patient medication adherence, as well as development of a team-based care approach that enhances patient care, resulting in policy/protocol implementations and changes that support improved outcomes for the target populations.
February 28, 2018- As part of the CDIC program we will be holding a Practice Report Out session for our enrolled practices. We will meet in Manchester on 2/28. This will be an opportunity for practices to share their work and learn from each other. If you are a member of an enrolled practice and would like to register, please click here
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March 6th 2018- CDIC webinar “National Diabetes Prevention Program and Diabetes Self-Management Training” with Nate Morse, Maine CDC. Click Here to Register!
Funding for this work is provided under US CDC grant award DP 13-1305 through Maine CDC.