IMPACT-AF (Integrated Management Program Advancing Community Treatment of Atrial Fibrillation): Bayer HealthCare, Canada.
Strive has been providing project planning and management support to leading researchers at the Nova Scotia Health Authority, Central Zone and Dalhousie University since 2013. This multi-year, multi-million dollar study is testing the efficacy of a clinical decision support system on the primary care management of patients with atrial fibrillation (AF). Anticipated outcomes included a reduction in cardiovascular hospitalizations and enhanced quality of life for persons living with AF. Over 200 primary care providers and more than 1200 of their patients are participating in this innovative research initiative.
Health Care in Canada Survey: Merck Canada.
The Health Care in Canada Survey is Canada's Report Card on the public’s and multi-professional stakeholders’ views and experiences in health care. 2016 marked the 12th iteration of this innovative survey. Strive Health, in collaboration with CareNet, have provided project management and leadership support on behalf of Merck Canada since 2011.
Benefits Evaluation, Nova Scotia EMR Peer Network, Primary Health Care, Nova Scotia Department of Helath and Wellness
In 2015 Strive Health supported a benefits evaluation of the NS EMR Peer Network via analysis of exisiting data and completion of supplemental evaluation metrics (survey/focus groups). All information was synthesized into a summary report for the PHIM Program and Canada Health Infoway.
Clinical Practice Guidelines Deployment Strategy, Nova Scotia Department of Health and Wellness.
Strive led the development of a realistic and achievable deployment strategy, with evaluation and change management plans, regarding the implementation of two clinical practice guidelines in Nova Scotia. The Strive team facilitated repeated consultation meetings with numerous health system stakehodlers. Delivered a comprehensive final report to the Minister of Health on time and on budget.
Quality Collaborative: Diabetes, Cape Breton District Health Authority, Nova Scotia
Strive coordinated the planning, implementation and evaluation of a primary care quality improvement initiative with the Cape Breton District Health Authority Primary Care Department. Support included the development of a project charter and project description document; facilitation of the advisory stakeholder partnership development; leading the College of Family Physicians of Canada Mainpro® accreditation process; and, supported development of project processes and materials.