Evidence-based medicine and the delivery of safe, high-quality medical care cannot occur in a vacuum. In fact, the entire system of care plays a role in each provider’s ability to realize optimal care for patients.
 
Dr. Venkatesh has been named co-lead on a national project along with Dr. Jeremiah Schuur of Brigham and Women’s Hospital through ACEP to support quality improvement initiatives. Their efforts are funded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services through the Transforming Clinical Practice Initiative (TCPI). This large federal investment is designed to support clinicians in all 50 states through “collaborative and peer-based learning networks” designed to improve quality through enhancing clinicians’ and patients’ access to information.
 
Congratulations, Dr. Venkatesh, on this huge honor, and we look forward to seeing what great things you are able to accomplish through this project.

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