Developing and implementing pathways to better healthcare outcomes.
WHAT WE DO
TMIT Consulting helps healthcare delivery organizations and others improve care processes and outcomes. We develop widely used care transformation strategies and tools, and apply them in national/ international care transformation initiatives and collaborative quality improvement projects with clinics, hospitals and their partners.
We reengineer care workflows and information flow so that all key stakeholders benefit; patients are healthier and more satisfied, care team work is more rewarding and less burdensome, resources are used more efficiently and effectively, and care is equitable. See Approach for more details
WHAT WE'VE DELIVERED
AHRQ evidence-based Care Transformation Support Initiative - TMIT led this effort and is now leading stakeholder-driven efforts to execute the ACTS Roadmap
Guide to Improving Care Processes and Outcomes - online resource funded by a US federal agency
Action plan (and initial actions) by many stakeholders to address the opioid crisis through better use of patient-centered clinical decision support
Successful Quality Improvement projects with many care delivery organizations and their partners
CDS Collaborative for Performance Improvement - helping care providers and their partners 'Get better faster, together[SM]' on reengineering care
TMIT Consulting was founded in 2011 by Jerome Osheroff, MD, FACP, FACMI. He has worked passionately to transform care toward the quintuple aim for 3 decades. He is an internationally recognized leader in synthesizing, disseminating and applying best practices for improving care by helping people better leverage processes and technology.
He is lead author on the best-selling/ award-winning HIMSS CDS guidebooks and ONC's Roadmap for National Action on CDS, and created the influential CDS 5 Rights framework. His training as an electrical engineer and primary care internist - and decades of care transformation experience - underpins all TMIT's activities.
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