NHQCC Collaborative Kick-Off

Working to improve the quality of care delivery to nursing home residents.

Face-to-Face Learning - Quality Assurance Performance Improvement (QAPI); Data; Collaborative Problem Solving; Maximizing Communication and Teamwork; Staff Stability

Objective

Describe the essentials for continuous improvement; identify how to use data to drive improvement; describe the link between staff stability and quality; identify key systems to accelerate performance improvement

Introduction

The learning  is designed to help nursing homes (NHs) set the QI foundation; focus on the use of data to identify and measure areas targeted for improvement; develop an actionable quality improvement plan; and subsequently adopt and sustain effective evidence-based quality improvement practice(s).

Resources 

 Collaborative Materials

Next Steps 

Process the material; assess the best resources to enhance existing QI work, decide on and recruit the best representatives for an effective collaborative team, analyze individual facility data, and consider an area targeted for improvement.

Initiatives

Care Coordination
Care Coordination DC
Resources
Care Coordination NY
Overview
Beneficiaries and Families
Healthcare Professionals
Other Website Resources
Tools and Resources
Past Success
Upcoming Events
Past Events
Blog
Contact Us
Care Coordination SC
Cardiovascular Health
Cardiovascular Health (DC)
Cardiovascular Health (NY)
Cardiovascular Health (SC)
Diabetes Self-Management
Diabetes Self-Management Education (DC)
Diabetes Self-Management Education (NY)
Diabetes Self-Management Education (SC)
Drug Safety
Anticoagulation Safety
Hypoglycemia Avoidance
Opioid Safety
Drug Safety (DC)
Drug Safety (NY)
Drug Safety (SC)
Hospital Safety
Hospital Safety (DC)
Hospital Safety (NY)
Hospital Safety (SC)
Immunization
Immunization (DC)
Immunization (SC)
SC Immunization Coalition Materials
Nursing Home Quality
Nursing Home Quality (DC)
Nursing Home Quality (NY)
Building Blocks for Quality
QAPI Self-Assessment
Casper Data
Eliminating Inappropriate Antipsychotic Medication Use
Clinical Quality Measures (QM)
Composite Measure Score
NHQCC Collaborative Kick-Off
NHQCC Collaborative Outcomes Congress
QI/QAPI
Using a System's Approach to Quality & Performance Improvement
Nursing Home Quality Care Collaborative (NHQCC) Learning
Engaging Staff in Individualized Care
QAPI Self-Assessment and Related Resources
QAPI In Action
Quality Improvement (QI) Resources
Quality Improvement Strategies
Steps to QAPI
Elements for Framing QAPI in Nursing Homes
Clinical Topics
Medication Use Tools & Resources
Pressure Ulcer Clinical Tools & Resources
Restraint Clinical Tools & Resources
Falls with Major Injuries
Health Care Acquired Conditions
Eliminating Long Term Care Re-Admissions Tools & Resources
Resources
Consumers
Nursing Home Quality (SC)
ACE e-Newsletter
Clinical Topics
Organizational Change
Presentations and Handouts
QI/QAPI
Upcoming Events
Community Based Sepsis
Educational Events/Webinars
Sepsis in the News
Tools and Resources
Technology-Enhanced Care
Meaningful Use of HIT (DC)
Meaningful Use of HIT (NY)
Meaningful Use of HIT (SC)
Transforming End of Life
Quality Payment Program
Quality Payment Program (NY)
Quality Payment Program (DC)
Quality Payment Program (SC)

Contact Us

New York

Pauline Kinney, RN, MA, LNHA, RAC-CT
Senior Director, Health Care Quality Improvement
Tel: (516) 209-5402
Fax: (516) 326-0434
pauline.kinney@area-I.hcqis.org

Maureen Valvo, RN, BSN, RAC-CT
Senior Quality Improvement Specialist
Tel: (516) 209-5308
Maureen.valvo@area-I.hcqis.org

David L. Johnson, NHA, RAC-CT
Senior Quality Improvement Specialist
Tel: (518) 320-3516
David.johnson@area-I.hcqis.org

Dan Yuricic, MA
Senior Quality Improvement Specialist
Tel: (516) 209-5458
Danny.yuricic@area-I.hcqis.org

IPRO Nursing Home Team
ipronursinghometeam@ipro.org