Opioid crisis shines light on value of RIQI’s work

NETWORKED CARE: Rhode Island Quality Institute’s CurrentCare and its new Care Management Dashboard help patients and providers make more informed and timely decisions. From left: Michael Dwyer, director of risk management and compliance; Laura Adams, CEO and president; Faye Howard, director of operations. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
NETWORKED CARE: Rhode Island Quality Institute’s CurrentCare and its new Care Management Dashboard help patients and providers make more informed and timely decisions. From left: Michael Dwyer, director of risk management and compliance; Laura Adams, CEO and president; Faye Howard, director of operations. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
INNOVATIVE COMPANIES | HEALTH CARE An emergency room patient often arrives with a blank medical slate. Most people aren’t in any condition to give a medical history, and if they are alone or with others who don’t have the information, essential care can be delayed while the medical team gathers information. Laura Adams, CEO and…

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