Give care need information to better understand what they do well and what they need to improve.
Get care need information to make decisions about what good care is and how to get it.
Pay for care need information about the quality and price of care in order to determine whether health care delivers value that's worth the investment.
People need different kinds of care, and some kinds of care are better than others. Good care is when people get the health care they need when they need it the most.
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Aligning Forces for Quality (AF4Q) in Tennessee is involved with many individuals and organizations that cut across hospitals, physicians, employers, health plans and consumer groups to engage in conversation and action to improve patient-centered, equitable, high quality care.
This video shares the unique value of having local regional collaboratives convene the conversation which serve to transform communities to achieve better health, get better care and at a lower cost.