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Healthcare providers have raw data, but they don't always have the time or systems needed to turn that data into actionable clinical, quality, and safety insights. ECRI Institute PSO aggregates data from many disparate sources and helps participants use the knowledge from analyzing it to make healthcare safer. With ECRI Institute PSO, hospitals, physician offices, and providers throughout the continuum of care can:

  • Share information and compare experiences with other providers
  • Learn best practices to fix your specific problems
  • Take action to protect your patients—and your bottom line

Improve Qua​​​​​lity an​​​d Prevent Reductions in Medicare Reimbursement

CMS finalized the Medicare Access and CHIP (Children's Health Insurance Program) Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) and physician practices need to take action. The majority of medical practices need to participate in the new Merit Incentive-based Payment System (MIPS). CMS has set up an interactive website to help providers determine what will work best for them.

ECRI Institute can help providers meet two MIPS requirements with:

  1. Participation in ECRI Institute PSO 
  2. Completion of ECRI’s online version of the AHRQ Culture of Safety survey

Comprehensiv​​​e Reso​​urces to ​​​Identify Risk and Drive Improvement

It’s not just the information you put into a PSO, it’s the quality of information, analysis, advice, and support you get out of your PSO that will allow you to take full advantage of the Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Act—and give you the strong return-on-investment that you want for your organization, and your patients.​

Deep and Broad Resources Allow You to Pick Up Speed

Contact us to learn how ECRI Institute PSO can help you and your organization meet your goals. Call: (610) 825-6000, ext. 5558, or e-mail: pso@ecri.org.​

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 Our PSO is One of the Largest

​ECRI Institute PSO membership is ever growing and is one of the largest in the United States:

  • ​Support of PSOs in Florida, Ohio, Tennessee, Kentucky, and Virginia, plus Midwest Alliance, Quality Alliance PSO, and reporting in the District of Columbia.
  • Support of several RRG PSOs
  • Direct members from across the healthcare continuum in over 80% of US States

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