WAUSAU – The Wisconsin Collaborative for Healthcare Quality has recognized Aspirus as a top performer, Aspirus recently announced.
WCHQ annually honors a select number of member organizations for superior clinical performance and patient outcomes.
Aspirus ranked first among WCHQ members on their scores related to screening patients for depression, according to Aspirus.
“Aspirus is doing an outstanding job of screening their patients for depression and enabling early interventions. It takes perseverance and hard work to hard-wire processes in place to ensure patients are screened,” said WCHQ President/CEO Chris Queram in a news release. “Aspirus is not only able to improve the quality of care they provide their patients, but by working with WCHQ and collaborating with other medical professionals across the state, they are improving the quality of care in Wisconsin.”
Aspirus received its award on June 5 at an event in Madison.
Photo courtesy Aspirus. WCHQ Director of Practice Transformation Gabrielle Rude, left, and Aspirus Chief Medical Officer Dr. Susan Schneider.