NEWS & EVENTS
Research Roadmap, Bevan keynote, and posters highlight December 6th event
On the evening of December 6th, 2018, the 2018 New York City Research and Improvement Networking Group (NYC RING) Convocation of Practices hosted over 170 attendees, representing over 32 partner organizations in Tarrytown, NY. This year’s 15th anniversary event was a successful collaboration between NYC RING, MHVC, the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, and Montefiore Health System.
Acknowledging NYC RING’s leadership in research, MHVC was proud to be part of the announcement at the Convocation of the collaborative “Research Roadmap” with NYC RING, Einstein, and Montefiore Health System. “The Research Roadmap highlights the potential for future collaboration around research related to innovative care models and quality improvement paving the way towards value-based payments (VBP),” said Dr. Damara Gutnick, Medical Director of MHVC. “We are pleased that MHVC’s Innovation Fund has made such significant projects possible, and even more excited that these projects show the value of our Roadmap partnership to MHVC partners and Convocation attendees.”
In addition to the Research Roadmap announcement, Convocation attendees heard from keynote Dr. Helen Bevan, Chief Transformation Officer, British National Health Service.
Established in 2003, NYC RING is one of only a few practice-based research networks (PBRNs) in the US focused exclusively on the urban underserved. NYCRING promotes research and quality improvement to improve outcomes for the patients we serve and enhance the evidence base for urban primary care. Over 35 practices and other stakeholders participate in NYCRING research projects.