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This year’s Quality Leaders Awards winners demonstrate just how far California’s public health care systems have come in their journeys to system-wide transformation. Two short videos featuring this year’s top winners, Contra Costa Health Services for the Telephone Consultation Clinic and Alameda Health System for Emergency Department Navigator, are available here. Click here to learn more.

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Applications are Now Available for the 2014 Quality Leaders Awards

CAPH/SNI is now accepting applications for the 2014 Quality Leader Awards (QLAs).  Applications are due to Gina Lenhart by 5 p.m. on Friday, August 8, 2014. The QLA Clinical Learning Award, which honors both an individual clinician-in-training and the institution they trained in, are also now available. For more information, please visit the SNI website or contact Norma …more

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SNI strives to enhance the quality

SNI strives to enhance the quality of care delivered at California public health care systems to ensure healthy outcomes.

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SNI promotes efficient and organized public health care system delivery models

SNI promotes efficient and organized public health care system delivery models, enabling easy access to well-coordinated care for the most patients possible.

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SNI aims to eliminate health care disparities

SNI aims to eliminate health care disparities to ensure that the services provided at California public health care systems are tailored to the unique needs of each patient, thereby equalizing the opportunity for optimal health.

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