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Nursing Home Care: Quality Insights QIN-QIO Improves Resident Quality of Life

Pennsylvania

Over the course of a year, the nation’s 15,600 nursing homes provide services to more than three million Americans. To ensure every nursing home resident receives the highest quality of care, Quality Innovation Network-Quality Improvement Organizations (QIN-QIOs) and their partners participate in the ... full story

Medication Safety: Telligen QIN-QIO’s Medication Reconciliation Project Helps Reduce Adverse Drug Events

Illinois

Adverse Drug Events (ADEs) are defined as any harm to a patient resulting from the use of a medication – whether the harms stem from medication errors, overdoses, or adverse drug reactions or interactions. ADEs negatively impact patient health in many ways and potentially cause unnecessary hospitalization or death. Yet despite the serious nature... full story

Immunizations: Atlantic QIN-QIO and Partners Spread Vaccine Awareness and Achieve Higher Immunization Rates

South Carolina

The Atlantic Quality Innovation Network (AQIN) – the Quality Innovation Network-Quality Improvement Organization (QIN-QIO) serving New York, South Carolina and the District of Columbia – has committed to changing the way... full story

Diabetes Care / Everyone with Diabetes Counts: HSAG QIN-QIO Addresses Cultural Barriers to Improve DSME Participation Rates

California

Providing Diabetes Self Management Education (DSME) to people with diabetes can significantly decrease the symptoms of the disease.

As the nation grows more culturally diverse, QIN-QIOs are facing new challenges in providing DSME resources to Medicare beneficiaries through the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ ... full story

Diabetes Care / Everyone with Diabetes Counts: atom Alliance QIN-QIO Promotes DSME Through High-Touch, Community Oriented Approach

Tennessee

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately 22 percent of Americans ages 65 and older have diabetes.

Diabetes Self-Management Education (DSME) is an ongoing process that facilitates... full story

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