Wray Community District Hospital is committed to improving health disparities by providing equitable care to all patients. We are a culture of safety, inclusivity, and shared decision making. We prioritize policies and practices that help all people attain the highest level of health.


The purpose of Wray Community District Hospital and Clinic Quality Management is to provide ongoing high-quality health care services that promote quality, safety and meet or exceed regulatory standards with a compassionate approach. Every effort will be made to achieve customer satisfaction and reduce risk and unnecessary waste within the facility.


Within Wray Community District Hospital and Clinic, quality is a holistic approach involving all potential patient encounters. To provide superior comprehensive services within our facility, quality will be viewed as top priority throughout the continuum of care.

Comprehensive Primary Care Plus (CPC+)

CPC+ is a national advanced primary care medical home model that aims to strengthen primary care through regionally-based multi-payer payment reform and care delivery transformation.


Electronic Clinical Quality Measures

Measure Title
30th Percentile
70th Percentile
WCDH Current Percentile
Diabetes: Hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c) Poor Control (>9%)99.4546.8421.99
Controlling High Blood Pressure43.0583.65



50th Percentile

80th Percentile

WCDH Current Percentile

Acute Hospital Utilization




Emergency Department Utilization




Hospital Transformation Program

The HTP will focus on improving population health across targeted communities through the development of the significant infrastructure, delivery system integration, and care interventions needed to allow the state’s hospitals to join alongside the ongoing improvements in care efforts underway throughout the state’s ambulatory health care system. The HTP will seek to incentivize processes of care changes that, integrate the Medicaid delivery system and use data to improve care delivery, incentivize value-based payment and serve as a pathway to a robust dynamic health care delivery system that meets Colorado’s long-term needs. In alignment with the CHASE Act, the HTP envisions coordinating and finding efficiencies in care delivery, addressing social determinants, and making efforts towards impacting population health and total cost of care in critical priority areas:

  • Care Coordination and Care Transitions
  • Complex Care Management for Targeted Populations
  • Behavioral Health and Substance Use Disorder Coordination
  • Maternal Health, Perinatal Care and Improved Birth Outcomes
  • Social Determinants
  • Total Cost of Care

Scopes of Care

Wray Community District Hospital, in collaboration with the Eastern Plains Healthcare Consortium will be working on the following scopes of care:

1. RAH 1: Planned follow-up care with your Primary Care Provider prior to Hospital Discharge
2. RAH 2: Planned 30 Day follow-up care with your Primary Care Provider after an Emergency Care Visit
3. SW-CP 1: Social Needs Screening focusing on five domains:

  • Housing Instability
  • Food Insecurity
  • Transportation Problems
  • Utility Help Needs
  • Interpersonal Safety

4. SW-BH 1: The development and implementation of Care Management Planning upon a discharge of Substance Use Disorder
5. COE 1: Transmissions of a Summary of Care Record to your Primary Care Provider after a Hospital Discharge