BMC2 has a suite of resources available for consortium members to support impactful quality improvement efforts at their hospitals.
The dedicated efforts of coordinators and abstractors in collecting and reporting clinically accurate information are critical to the success of BMC2.
Our peer review process allows physicians from across the state to continuously learn from one another in order to impact procedural quality and appropriateness.
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Are you collaborating with BMC2 on a project or presentation? You will find our style guide, logos, and templates here.
Members of the BMC2 Coordinating Center can find internal resources including website update forms and other helpful tools here.