Nursing Home Quality Care Collaborative (NHQCC)
Alliant Essential Communication Elements Toolkit
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Nursing Home COVID-19 Preparedness for 2021

Nursing Home Quality Care Collaborative (NHQCC)

Alliant Essential Communication Elements Toolkit

This tool is improvement of cross-setting management of high risk medications (opioids, anticoagulants, and diabetes medications) during transitions of care to prevent adverse drug events and subsequently reduce emergency department visits, hospitalizations and readmissions.

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This tool is improvement of cross-setting management of high risk medications (opioids, anticoagulants, and diabetes medications) during transitions of care to prevent adverse drug events and subsequently reduce emergency department visits, hospitalizations and readmissions.
Free training!

Nursing Home COVID-19 Preparedness for 2021

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) wants to help nursing homes prepare for the fall and winter months of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) wants to help nursing homes prepare for the fall and winter months of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Project Overview

CMS-COVIDTraining_12SOW-AHSQIN-QIO-TO1NH-21-453_508

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The Nursing Home Quality Care Collaborative (NHQCC) is an all teach, all learn initiative led by Alliant Quality QIN-QIO as part of the 12th Statement of Work (SOW).

The Collaborative uses evidence based and data driven methodologies to guide and rapidly spread quality practices to nursing homes (NHs) with the goal of ensuring that nursing home residents receive the highest possible quality of care.

Specifically, the NHQCC works to instill quality and performance improvement practices focusing on the systems that impact quality to reduce healthcare-acquired conditions, adverse drug events, re-admissions and emergency department (ED) visits and improve the total quality measure score.

 

Click here to access the COVID-19 resources.