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An Evaluation of the National Zero Suicide Model Across Learning Health Care Systems

This study seeks to develop metrics for evaluation of the Zero Suicide model across five integrated health care systems. These metrics will be used to investigate model fidelity and suicide behavior outcomes across sites. More specifically, this project aims to: 1) Collaborate with health system leaders to develop electronic health record metrics to measure specific quality improvement targets and care processes tailored to local National Zero Suicide Model implementation, 2) Examine the quality and fidelity of the specific National Zero Suicide Model care processes implemented in each system, and 3) Investigate suicide attempt and suicide mortality outcomes within and across systems.

Investigator: Sterling, Stacy

Funder: National Institute of Mental Health

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