Center of Innovation for Complex Chronic Healthcare
What is CINCCH?
Dr. Kevin Stroupe, CINCCH Acting Director welcomes you to our web site and describes our center.
Book Wins PROSE Award
Dr. Saul Weiner, and Dr. Alan Swartz Co-author a book that wins PROSE Award
Dr. Evans leads CARRIAGE
Dr. Evans leads the Quality Enhancement Research Initiative project, ‘Support and Enhancement of VA Guidelines to Prevent the Spread of CRE’.
Our Intended Audience - VA researchers and research staff, VA providers and policy makers.
To our Visitors - Click on a specific CINCCH topics below or in the left side bar for information of interest.
CINCCH Theme - To conduct research to optimize coordination and contextualization of healthcare delivery and improve outcomes for Veterans with high priority neurologic conditions, disseminate and implement best evidence, and train future researchers. Our mission will advance care by using innovative methods including direct observation and engaging Veterans and VA Partners in research resulting in high quality, high value, Veteran-centric care.
Focus Area #1
To Develop and implement strategies for how best to contextualize and coordinate healthcare delivery for Veterans.
Focus Area #2
To develop and implement best practices for Veterans with high priority neurologic conditions.
Our innovation focus is the use of direct observation methods to evaluate care delivery and patient experience.
Our additional activities have considerable overlap and synergy with our primary research foci, through sharing of expertise and methods. These include efforts related to infection control and antibiotic stewardship in other populations, care delivery models for conditions including kidney dialysis patients, and early work on employee engagement.