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Educational Activities

Guiding Development of Pilot Projects to Drive Quality Improvement

 

Published: July 22, 2015

Article Abstract

The Mental Health Quality Forum, a 2-meeting multidisciplinary panel of 13 participants, was held in March and June 2013 to identify problems and opportunities in the management of serious mental illness. In the second meeting, participants reconvened to review issues identified at the first meeting, agree to principles that will guide solution development, and create a blueprint for pilots across 3 critical areas. They worked in 3 "ecosystem" groups to simulate the tension between real-world stakeholders in serious mental illness care.

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