INTERACT – Project 2.b.v.i.i
INTERACT (Interventions to Reduce Acute Care Transfers) is a quality improvement program that focuses on the management of acute changes in a resident’s condition in order to stabilize the patient and avoid transfer to an acute care facility. This includes providing the Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNF) with clinical and educational tools and strategies for use in every day practice in long-term care facilities.
Care Compass Network’s Goals
- Reduce avoidable emergency department visits within the Medicaid/ dual eligible nursing home population by 25% by the year 2020.
- To incentivize facilities to use various INTERACT tools.
- Provide Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNF) with the tools, workforce, and IT support needed to provide the best quality care for their residents.
Who is Eligible to Participate in the Project?
Eligibility is open to any Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF) within Care Compass Network’s nine-county region.
Latest News & Updates
Care Compass Network Supports Partner Organizations Through IT Funding Opportunities – August 24, 2017
Care Compass Network (CCN) can help support partner organizations through approved IT funding opportunities. Currently, programs are in place to assist partners with new implementations of EMR/ EHR systems and to provide funding to accommodate […] Read More
INTERACT Project 2bvii Webinar – June 23, 2017
Project Management Coordinator, Nicolette Roselli and Emily Pape, Director of Population Health provide an understanding of the quality metrics that will be used during DSRIP Year 3 and discuss any project-specific changes […] Watch Webinar
INTERACT Tools Implemented to Improve Quality of Care and Reduce Hospitalization – May 2, 2017
The quality of care for a resident in a skilled nursing facility can be dramatically enhanced when staff, caregivers and family members are aware of warning signs related to changing health conditions. As part of the Quality Improvement Initiative, Care Compass Network (CCN) is leading a team focused on implementing the regular use of […] Read More