Foundation Program Sites

Bree Collaborative

Working together to improve health care quality, outcomes, affordability, and equity. 


Please Join us in supporting the University of Washington’s Capstone Projects for the Health Informatics and Health Information Management Master’s program. Between MARCH 20th and JUNE 5th, we will be supporting students as they develop case studies on the Bree report topics of Addiction and Dependence Treatment and Opioid Use Disorder Treatment. Case studies will be used to demonstrate best practices in MOUD treatment and may focusing on any of the following:

  • Clinical and/or eclinical workflow analysis
  • Pilot program evaluation
  • Systematic process (e.g. electronic health record system) to track screening results over time
  • Bi-directional communication and data sharing with treatment facilities
  • Utilizing the Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP) to evaluate a patient’s controlled substance history
  • Clear supported referral process to treatment facilities in place for patients who do not stabilize in an office setting
  • Provider access to behavioral health specialty consultation services (on-site or virtual)

If your organization is interested in participating, please contact Karie Nicholas at

We have worked on: Obstetrics – Cardiology – Hospital Readmissions – Total Knee and Total Hip Replacement – Spine Surgery – Low Back Pain Lumbar Fusion – End-of-Life Care – Addiction and Dependence Treatment – Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery – Prostate Cancer Screening – Oncology Care – Opioid Prescribing – Pediatric Psychotropic Use – Bariatric Surgery – Behavioral Health Integration – Opioid Use Disorder – Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Dementias – Hysterectomy – Suicide Care – Collaborative Care for Chronic Pain – LGBTQ Health Care – Shared Decision Making – Maternity Bundled Payment Model – Palliative Care – Risk of Violence to Others – Oncology Care: Inpatient Service Use – Colorectal Cancer Screening – Primary Care – Reproductive and Sexual Health – Telehealth – Opioids and Older Adults – Cervical Cancer Screening – Social Determinants of Health