Medicare Quality Improvement for New England

The New England QIN-QIO, administered by Healthcentric Advisors, serves the New England health care community.

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New England Quality Payment Program Support Center

Chosen to Provide CMS Quality Payment Program Support for Small Practices throughout New England

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Celebrating over 20 years of serving the health care community


Initially incorporated as a non-profit in 1995, Healthcentric Advisors uses innovative and evidence-based strategies to assist health care providers in improving the quality, value, and safety of the care they provide. We work with private and government clients around New England.

On August 1, 2014 we were awarded the Medicare Quality Improvement Organization contract for New England, through the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.

Project ECHO® 2018 Update

We recently wrapped up our second Project ECHO®: How to Operate with Meaningful Engagement for Staff Stability (HOMESS), developed for Nursing Homes and Skilled that struggle with staffing shortage and retention challenges. HOMESS is the ...
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Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Train-the-Trainer Toolkit

This train-the-trainer toolkit is intended for providers to standardize and improve the care they give to patients with COPD. It includes a patient-facing booklet and self-management tools, as well as slides, videos, and data tracking ...
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SAGE/Rhode Island Workshops: Promoting Quality of Care for LGBT Older Adults

Join our friends at SAGE/Rhode Island for a two-part series of workshops that provide knowledge and best practice skills to improve the quality of care for LGBT older adults in Rhode Island. The first series ...
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Protect Your Adult Patients from Influenza This Season

Last year’s flu season was moderately severe but lasted a record-breaking 21 weeks. And while the timing of flu season is unpredictable, seasonal flu activity often begins to increase in October, most commonly peaks between ...
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