The health system collaborative is an opportunity for peer-to-peer learning, exchanging of ideas, and dissemination of best practices in tobacco treatment integration. Learning collaboratives can be an effective way to help health care organizationsMap of California health clinics improve health care quality, reduce costs, and improve outcomes for everyone. With the guidance of Dr. Ulfat Shaikh, Director for Healthcare Quality, UC Davis Health - participants will receive tools and strategies to achieve quality improvement goals in tobacco treatment.

  • Workflow/Policy, Tobacco Metrics, e-Referral Connectivity to Helpline
  • Motivational Interviewing/Medications
  • Patient/Community Engagement, Materials Development
  • Population Health, Care Gaps, Tobacco Metrics Update