ICSI brings together providers, health plans, patients and other stakeholders to tackle complex health care issues that no single entity can solve on their own. This collaborative approach is matched by our proven processes and our ability to take a concept through pilot to spread to sustainability. Some of our current and past work is noted here.
Through a cooperative agreement with the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation, ICSI is leading a consortium of 10 organizations to implement the COMPASS (Care of Mental, Physical and Substance Use Syndromes) care model to treat patients with depression, diabetes and/or cardiovascular disease in primary care. Learn about COMPASS
Under an Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality grant, ICSI is working with several other organizations nationally to screen and treat patients for depression and risky substance use in primary care. Read more.
ICSI developed the Collaborative Conversation™ model for engaging patients as partners in making health care decisions with a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation grant. This model has been successfully integrated across the continuum of care in a variety of delivery settings. Learn about shared decision-making.
Both ICSI and its Professional Partnerships consulting business are ready to help you transform your health care system as we have helped others. If you are interested in learning more about ICSI's ability to accelerate your organization's improvement, contact Chief Operating Officer Craig Acomb at (952) 814-7077.