QIO Success Stories

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Behavioral Health: HealthInsight QIN-QIO Collaborates with Primary Care Providers and Partners to Increase Behavioral Health Screenings Across Four States

Nevada

Behavioral health is a critical issue for the Medicare population. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention(CDC), roughly ... full story

BFCC-QIO and QIN-QIO Collaboration: Qualis Health QIN-QIO and Livanta BFCC-QIO Partner to Improve Medication Access and Care Coordination

Washington

When a Medicare beneficiary with stage 5 chronic kidney disease (CKD) entered hospice in early 2016, the beneficiary’s family was concerned to learn that the necessary medications used for comfort care (known as a Comfort Kit) were not available when the patient had an increase in pain and shortness of breath the day after admission. The... full story

BFCC-QIO and QIN-QIO Collaboration: Alliant Quality QIN-QIO and KEPRO BFCC-QIO Partner to Reduce Adverse Drug Events

Georgia

In early 2016, a Medicare beneficiary's family member contacted KEPRO – the Beneficiary and Family Centered Care-Quality Improvement Organization (BFCC-QIO) for that state – with a complaint regarding the patient’s postoperative... full story

Antibiotic Stewardship - Mountain-Pacific Quality Health and Partners Help Keep Antibiotic Stewardship Front and Center in Wyoming

Wyoming

Two million people in the United States are infected with antibiotic resistant bacteria each year, and approximately 23,000 people die as a result, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Yet,... full story

Qualis Health Recognized for Oral Health Integration to Promote Whole-Person Care

Washington

Tooth decay and periodontal disease, two preventable chronic infectious diseases, together constitute one of the greatest unmet health needs in America today, affecting up to 50% of the population. The impact of these diseases falls disproportionately on disadvantaged populations, resulting in lost opportunities for education and career advancement... full story

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