The Center for Advancing Provider Practices (CAP2) is a technology-supported solution that helps health care delivery teams optimize performance through effective integration of advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) and physician assistants (PAs).
With the changing health care landscape, CAP2 information is vital to an organization’s ability to deliver cost-effective quality care. At the center of this unique product offering is an interactive website rich with tools and resources ready to help hospitals and health systems optimize the performance of their provider teams. CAP2 helps bridge the resource gap in health care delivery through turnkey processes to assist providers and administrators in all health care settings.
The CAP2 solution encompasses interactive web-based processes to help your organization staff for delivering health care today while also planning for tomorrow.
CAP2 offers two organizational assessments: A database of core and specialty privileges that capture metrics for APRNs and PAs, and an infrastructure evaluation for APRN and PA practice integration. This understanding promotes optimal resource planning by administrative and clinical executives. More →
CAP2 benchmarks with other hospitals, health systems and associations, on both state and national levels. Data collection includes number of APRNs and PAs, core/specialty privileges, clinical areas and practice scope; in addition to credentialing, recruiting, orienting and standardizing practices. More →
CAP2 features toolkits for health care organizations to educate, assess and optimize the role of APRNs and PAs on the provider team. Toolkits include templates, checklists, presentations and operational resources that are continuously updated to offer the most current planning information. More →
CAP2 is a national collaboration of two premier associations: University HealthSystem Consortium (UHC) and Metropolitan Chicago Healthcare Council (MCHC). CAP2 offers an interactive solution with national reach to educate, empower and integrate APRNs and PAs into health care provider teams. More →