Event Calendar
Prev MonthPrev Month Next MonthNext Month
Working Together for Better Care - CANCELLED
Tuesday, March 24, 2020, 2:00 AM - 3:00 PM CDT
Category: Webinar

Kansas Foundation for Medical Care (KFMC) and Health Quality Innovation Network (HQIN) have Joined Forces - CANCELLED
We are hoping to reschedule this in the future so please keep an eye out.

Join in this introductory webinar to learn more about how we are “Working Together for Better Care.”

Join the Kansas Foundation for Medical Care (KFMC) on March 24, 2020 at 2:00 PM/ to learn more about our partnership with the Health Quality Innovation Network (HQIN). KFMC has supported Kansas nursing homes for many years as the Medicare Quality Improvement Organization (QIO) Program and other initiatives. As a member of HQIN, we are excited to continue partnering with you to improve care for residents across the state. It takes just 60 seconds to complete our simple online agreement – get started today.

Together, we will improve performance on quality measures, reduce hospital readmissions and protect residents from infections. We understand the challenges facing long-term care facilities and will partner with you to address topics which align with your organizational priorities. Benefits include access to free performance data reports, quality coaching from our local team of experts, improvement tools and educational events. To learn more about this initiative visit www.hqin.org.

About KFMC
KFMC is also the External Quality Review Organization (EQRO) and Independent Review Organization (IRO) for the state of Kansas. In addition, we contract with many private companies to provide health information technology (HIT) consulting services, quality improvement and review services. Throughout various contracts, our role is to work with health care providers and organizations to develop ways to improve the use of HIT and the quality of health care provided to all Kansas health care consumers.

About HQIN
Operating as HQIN, Health Quality Innovators (HQI), CCME and other local partners lead quality improvement efforts in Kansas, Missouri, South Carolina and Virginia. As members of HQIN, providers, patients and family members, community-based organizations and other stakeholders engage in both new and ongoing efforts for better health care. Learn more: https://www.hqin.org/