Alliance recognized nationally as children’s health quality improvement leader
Children’s Health Alliance of Wisconsin has been recognized by the National Improvement Partnership Network as an Improvement Partnership (IP) program for the state of Wisconsin. An IP is a collaboration of public and private partners that uses measurement-based efforts and a systems approach to improve child health outcomes and the quality of children’s health care.
The Alliance provides quality improvement coaching to partners across the state through their medical home, maternal and child health, and oral health initiatives. As the recognized IP for Wisconsin, the Alliance will join a network of more than 20 programs throughout the country that are working on quality improvement efforts to advance child health.