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3]'s Bridges to Excellence Clinician Recognition program, remain one of the only widespread sources of public and objective quality information on physicians.
He used the solution's template-free technology to design his own customized practice guidelines and quality measures, earning him national recognition from Bridges to Excellence in diabetes, hypertension and physician office management.
Michael Geist has been honored with a Bridges to Excellence award in recognition for his work with diabetic patients.
Have we assessed, for example, if our patient volume--from routine to complex cases--meets the six Bridges to Excellence primary quality attributes; that is, safe, effective, efficient, patient-centered, timely and equitable care delivery?
3]) is a not-for-profit, multi-stakeholder umbrella organization for Bridges to Excellence and PROMETHEUS Payment.
CareFirst used the Bridges to Excellence model program developed by a group of employers, insurers, and physicians.
The American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM), with support from Bridges to Excellence (BTE), is creating a program to reward physicians for high quality health care.
Design and development have been highly collaborative with external programs including other Blues plans, BCBSA, CMS and Bridges to Excellence.