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Maine Practice Improvement Network (MPIN)

MCD Public Health established the Maine Practice Improvement Network a statewide collaboration aimed at cultivating, accelerating, and sustaining efforts to improve clinical office practices and outcomes in Maine. The network provides a structure and a process for implementation of office practice redesign, promotion of shared learning, dissemination of improvement knowledge, and implementation of the Patient Centered Medical Home Model. MPIN's QI Coach Training is a Quality Improvement 101 training designed to build the individual capacity of quality managers or professionals and those leading or interested in leading quality improvement activities. Three Day intensive & interactive training using didactic instruction, case studies/scenarios, open inquiry, role playing and group exercises.


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Region Served: Maine-Statewide


Focus Areas: health care quality improvement, Patient Centered Medical Home


Tools: training, technical assistance, information technology


Funders: MPIN operating expenses are supported by donations and fee-for-service net revenue from training and related activities.


Partners: Maine-based Physician Hospital Organizations and large physician practice groups, Maine Medical Association, Maine Primary Care Association, and Quality Counts.


Contact: Elizabeth Foley, Co-Director - efoley@mcdph.org, 207-622-7566 x297


Address: 11 Parkwood Dr. Augusta ME 04330