UH Quality Care Network
The UH Quality Care Network is a clinically integrated network (CIN), made up of a collaboration between independent and University Hospitals (UH) employed providers. The UH Quality Care Network improves the quality and efficiency of care, while reducing overall health care costs for payors and patients.
The UH Quality Care Network has a physician-led board of directors, inclusive of primary care and specialist physicians. The board has oversight of the CIN with support from physician committees that set CIN strategy and policy.
Quality Through Evidence-Based Medicine
The UH Quality Care Network works with network providers to improve the quality of care through evidence-based medicine and technology.
What is a CIN?
The UH Quality Care Network offers microlearning to participating providers. The network's "What is a Clinically Integrated Network (CIN)?" short video explains what a CIN is and how a CIN can help providers and patients with health care.
A High-Value Network
The UH Quality Care Network will accelerate improvements through physician-led innovation and transformation of care. Our high-value network is the choice for population health and accountable care.
Focus on population health and improve outcomes for patients.
Opportunity to Earn Incentive Payments
Opportunity to earn incentive payments through achievement of quality and efficiency goals.
Collaboration & Care Coordination
Close collaboration and care coordination with network physicians, hospitals and other contractual clinically integrated networks.
Access to UH Innovation Center and institutes as well as data and analytics.