Primaris redesigns, updates Quality Today blog

With an eye on improving user experience and providing a fresher look, Primaris has redesigned the Quality Today blog. The Quality Talk blog that showcases the Quality Talk podcast show notes is next in line for updating. 

“This has been a great process and we’re so happy with the new look,” said Director of Marketing and Communications Rachel Verslues. “It’s safe to say that this is a first of a few, or many, new looks that we have in store for our web users and clients.”

Quality Today keeps a regular focus on news and helpful information about value-based care, quality improvement, clinical data abstraction, MACRA and MIPS, and a host of other related topics. The blog typically goes to subscribers and on the website, www.primaris.org, twice a week, with a web-only “healthcare news” roundup posted every Friday.

Quality Talk is the blog for the Quality Talk podcast show notes where listeners and readers can find links and the audio for each episode. That updated look for that blog will be revealed soon. Show notes are available only on the Quality Talk blog, which is posted on the website and distributed to subscribers. Quality Talk, a podcast dedicated to a better understanding of healthcare, is also available on iTunes and on SoundCloud.

“We are extremely focused on user experience, so we’re absolutely open to feedback and comments about the redesigned blogs,” Verslues said. She noted that the Quality Talk podcast has now reached its 60th episode and that Quality Today has featured more than 600 posts since its inception.

About Primaris
Primaris is a healthcare consulting and services firm that works with hospitals, physicians, and nursing homes to drive better health outcomes, improved patient experiences, and reduced costs. Primaris leverages four decades of experience and leadership to abstract healthcare data and translate it into actionable quality improvement initiatives that create the foundation for highly reliable healthcare organizations. For more information, visit www.primaris.org and follow @primaris_health.