Overall health is shaped by a multitude of factors from each of the medical, behavioral, and social spaces. It does not neatly reside within just one of these silos of care. Single dad Walter’s unemployment can lead to overdue bills, food insecurity, and poor nutrition for his two young boys. How can we get the […]
Jason McRoy, former IBM Watson Health Division Account Director, will focus on advanced data solutions to Social Determinants of Health Challenges Today, QHN announced that Jason McRoy, of Longmont, Colo., joined the team to lead the analytic intelligence and strategic risk stratification services department of its award-winning Community Resource Network (CRN). CRN is a secure, […]
Three finalists for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Home and Community Based Care and Social Determinants of Health Innovation Challenges competed live at the Health 2.0 Conference on Monday, September 16th! Read the full article here
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. — If you utilize social services here in Mesa County, things could be getting a lot easier. We spoke with Quality Health Network to learn how things are changing for you and your provider. What we usually think of as health care, like check-ups and doctor visits when sick only make up […]
The CRN helps local providers get upstream and address social determinants of health before they culminate in a crisis. It’s just the latest example of collaboration to improve life in western Colorado. Let’s not get inured to innovation, for it never fails to impress.
Grand Junction Daily Sentinel: Health and Wellness Network Software to Extend Communication Among Providers
Quality Health Network already helps connect most of the health care entities in western Colorado, but the Grand Junction company’s latest attempt to improve coordination among social service, mental health and medical providers is garnering some national attention. Read full article here
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO/KJCT)– A new system from Quality Health Network, a business with an office in Grand Junction, aims to provide more information on the circumstances of patients. Read full article here