UniNet Grand Island Chapter
Each UniNet chapter has its own medical director and leadership committees. Contracts with payors are unique to individual chapters, in addition to clinical initiatives that are specifically designed to improve the quality of health care in each chapter's community.
UniNet's Grand Island chapter was formed in 2013, and we've focused on creating clinical initiatives that will help local providers achieve the triple aim: improved health of the population, decreased per capita cost and improved patient experience.
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- Scott Frankforter, MD, UniNet Grand Island Medical Director
- Focus is on building infrastructure for clinical integration
- CHI Health Employee health plan care coordination
- Feedback to primary care clinics, enrollee data, ER visits, utilization data
- Supportive Care team
- Working together with patient’s doctors to provide an extra layer of support for patients to provide relief from symptoms and assist patients to have the best possible quality of life
- Lung Nodule Registry
- Providing tools/reporting for providers to manage their patients to adherence to evidence-based guidelines
- Chronic Disease Management
- Process development on working collaboratively with physicians, patients, and other health professionals to coordinate care and empower patients to self-manage their chronic condition(s)
- Continuing Care Network
- Collaboration and partnership between CHI Health St. Francis and area skilled nursing facilities
- Third City Community Clinic Patient Centered Medical Home project
- Developing a PCMH within the Third City Community Clinic, a local free clinic for uninsured patients
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