QIN-QIOs serving under the 12th
Statement of Work will provide targeted assistance to nursing homes and communities in small and rural practices, those serving the most vulnerable populations, and those in need of customized quality improvement. Through this body of work, CMS is focusing on results, protecting taxpayer dollars, and most importantly, ensuring the safety and quality of care delivered to every beneficiary.
Quality Insights will collaborate with health care providers and communities in Pennsylvania and West Virginia on multiple, data-driven quality initiatives to improve patient safety, reduce harm, and improve clinical care.
Quality Insights will be responsible for improving quality in nursing homes, as well as small and rural communities and those serving vulnerable populations by:
- Improving Behavioral Health Outcomes – Including Opioid Misuse
- Increasing Patient Safety
- Increasing Chronic Disease Self-Management
- Increasing the Quality of Care Transitions
- Improving Nursing Home Quality
“Quality Insights is ready to get to work collaborating with the providers, partners, stakeholders and patients and families in our network,” said QIN-QIO Project Director Beckey Cochran. “Our goal is to demonstrate significant improvements in care delivery, and ultimately, in the health of the people with Medicare in Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Together, I know we can do that.”
More information about Quality Insights QIN is available at www.qualityinsights-qin.org
or by emailing Beckey Cochran
For more information on the Quality Innovation Networks – Quality Improvement Organizations, please visit www.cms.gov