The TMF QIN-QIO has established a set of “all teach, all learn” networks that allow health care providers, patients, caregivers and community stakeholders to work together to achieve the goal of better care at a lower cost. View and download the network resources to learn more about these networks and how you can get involved.
Join the TMF Quality Innovation Network Quality Improvement Organization (QIN-QIO) in a collaborative effort to accomplish better care, better health for people and communities and more affordable care through quality improvement.
The TMF QIN-QIO, under contract with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) for Texas, Arkansas, Missouri, Oklahoma and Puerto Rico, engages providers, patients, caregivers and stakeholders in Learning and Action Networks focused on various quality improvement initiatives. These networks serve as information hubs for learning, collaborating and elevating the voice of the patient during the current five-year QIN-QIO contract, which began August 1, 2014.
Join us in this important endeavor. Click on the links below to learn more about our networks and project areas and how you can participate.
Resources to learn more about the Cardiovascular Health and Million Hearts Network.
Resources to learn more about the Meaningful Use Network.
Resources for the Quality Improvement Initiative network.
Resources to learn more about the Health for Life – Everyone with Diabetes Counts Network.
Resources to learn more about the Medication Safety Network.
Resources to learn more about the Quality Reporting and Incentive Programs Network.
Resources to learn more about the Healthcare-Associated Infections Network.
Resources to learn more about the Nursing Home Quality Improvement Network.
Resources to learn more about the Readmissions Network.
This website focuses on our work to improve the quality of health care in Texas, Arkansas, Missouri, Oklahoma and Puerto Rico under the current QIN-QIO contract. Visit our About Us page to learn more.