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PHILADELPHIA, February 14, 2013 -- The American College of
Physicians (ACP) in collaboration with CECity, developer of
MedConcert®, a social cloud-based performance improvement
platform, will pilot and test the impact of a technology-based
quality improvement program on physician participation, value to
practices, rapid-cycle learning, and patient outcomes.
The one-year pilot program, "Improving the Quality of Diabetes
Care," will tailor MedConcert with diabetes and cardiovascular
disease prevention content. More than 11 percent of adults in the
United States - an estimated 26 million people - have diabetes,
which is associated with multiple complications and co-morbid
conditions, including cardiovascular disease.
"This initiative will provide important data to help us
determine the feasibility of recruiting physician offices to
participate in an integrated, technology-based quality improvement
program and assess facilitators and barriers," said Michael S.
Barr, MD, MBA, FACP, who leads ACP's Medical Practice,
Professionalism & Quality division. "The data also will enable
us to assess the ease of adopting this type of technology into the
workflows of physician practices and whether it correlates with
improved care processes, patient satisfaction, and patient
Up to 50 internal medicine practices in three states in the
pilot will have access to the following web-based tools:
Physicians may access MedConcert's secure social networks to
engage in peer-to-peer clinical communities that enable patient
coordination of care and real-time communications for sharing best
practices. MedConcert also houses a library of diabetes and CVD
resources and educational materials, including patient education
tools, linked to specific gaps in performance identified in the
registry data, which are also available to participants.
A report on the results of the pilot quality improvement program
is expected by the end of the year. The Center for Health Services
and Outcomes Research at Johns Hopkins University's Bloomberg
School of Public Health will conduct the program evaluation.
About the American College of Physicians
The American College of Physicians is the largest
medical specialty organization and the second-largest physician
group in the United States. ACP members include 133,000 internal
medicine physicians (internists), related subspecialists, and
medical students. Internal medicine physicians are specialists who
apply scientific knowledge and clinical expertise to the diagnosis,
treatment, and compassionate care of adults across the spectrum
from health to complex illness. Follow ACP on Twitter and Facebook.
Founded in 1997, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania-based CECity is the
health care industry's leading software as a service (SaaS)
provider of cloud-based applications and distribution networks for
Performance Improvement and Lifelong Learning. Health care
professionals and organizations, including quality organizations,
health plans, hospitals, pharmacy chains, certifying boards,
licensing boards, publishers, professional societies, academic
medical centers and educational providers, count on CECity to power
their solutions for continuous performance improvement, registries,
professional development, patient safety and adherence, population
health informatics and quality reporting in support of health care
and payment reform.
MedConcert, powered by CECity, represents the health care
industry's first multi-tenant cloud-based platform that is designed
to connect stakeholders in a meaningful way to bridge the "House of
Medicine" and the "Practice of Medicine" to drive continuous
performance improvement, coordination of care, and lifelong
learning. MedConcert is a real world implementation of the Learning
Health System, which has been proposed by CMS, IOM and others as a
critical component of driving quality and improving patient