Health Center Quality Improvement FY 2015 Grant Awards

Total Quality Improvement Awards to New Hampshire: 10 totaling $486,363
EHR Reporter 1 Awards: 8 awards totaling $120,000
Clinical Quality Improver 2 Awards: 8 awards totaling $76,215
Health Center Quality Leader 3 Awards: 10 awards totaling $260,442
National Quality Leader 4 Awards: 1 awards totaling $29,705

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Health Center GranteeCityStateEHR Reporters 1Clinical Quality Improvers 2Health Center Quality Leaders 3National Quality Leaders 4Total Award Amount
COOS COUNTY FAMILY HEALTH SERVICES, INC.BerlinNH$15,000$11,105$31,105$0$57,209
FAMILIES FIRST OF THE GREATER SEA COAST, INCPortsmouthNH$15,000$9,878$27,378$0$52,256
GOODWIN COMMUNITY HEALTHSomersworthNH$15,000$9,161$19,161$0$43,322
HARBOR HOMES, INC.NashuaNH$15,000$8,062$25,562$0$48,623
HEALTH FIRST FAMILY CARE CENTERFranklinNH$0$9,559$17,059$0$26,618
INDIAN STREAM HEALTH CENTERColebrookNH$15,000$0$21,924$0$36,924
Lamprey Health Care, Inc.NewmarketNH$15,000$13,142$33,142$0$61,283
MANCHESTER COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTERManchesterNH$15,000$7,205$29,705$29,705$81,614
MANCHESTER, CITY OFManchesterNH$15,000$8,105$25,605$0$48,710

1 EHR Reporters - health centers that report clinical measures on the full universe of patients using EHR
2 Clinical Quality Improvers - health centers that have demonstrated improvements in one or more clinical measures
3 Health Center Quality Leaders - health centers that have the highest performance compared to their health center peers using risk adjusted quartile rankings
4 National Quality Leaders - health centers that are the highest performers compared to national standards and benchmarks in key clinical areas