HCRIA creates and tests new delivery system and payment models among providers in the District with the goal of enhancing health care quality, improving care and outcomes, promoting health equity, and ensuring the value and efficiency of our programs.
Working closely with community stakeholders, HCRIA builds collaborative networks to facilitate innovation, implement effective practices, and improve uses of health information technology that support delivery system re-design and improvement.
HCRIA’s Two Teams Work Together to Support Delivery System Redesign
Health Reform and Innovation
Facilitate Innovation Practice & Sustainable Value Based Purchasing
- Create and test new delivery system and payment models
- Quality Measurement Strategies
Health Information Technology
Expand Useful Health IT Uptake and Information Exchange
Health Information Technology (HIT) is the integration of Electronic Health Record systems (EHRs) and Electronic Medical Records (EMRs) with the Health Care delivery system and other technical architectures, aimed at improving outcomes in healthcare and finance. HIT covers federal health care regulations and compliance, supporting health care organizations and IT management in an effort to maintain compliance while improving quality and cost outcomes for beneficiaries and stakeholders.