HQSI is not your typical quality improvement consulting company. Our approach to quality improvement and other projects is based on providing patient-centered solutions that improve outcomes and return on investment.
HQSI partnered with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) as PRONJ and as New Jersey’s Quality Improvement Organization for over three decades. No other organization brings this unique experience and depth to its work.
Using a unique blend of qualitative, quantitative, and historical knowledge, HQSI’s experienced team brings practical knowledge and proven solutions to today’s healthcare challenges.
Tailored Services to Meet Your Unique Needs
We design and implement a wide range of healthcare assessment and improvement services tailored to the needs of both public and private-sector clients. We understand there is no “one size fits all” approach to quality improvement. HQSI takes the time to understand your issues and designs the right solutions that meet your goals.
Our quality improvement services—value-driven, data-driven, and evidence-based—are geared to providers from all settings as well as payers, purchasers, business, researchers, federal and state government, and foundations; we can help anyone seeking assistance with the challenges of an ever-evolving healthcare system.
HQSI offers a range of services that we can tailor to specific needs. For example:
- Conduct medical record audits and analyze claims data to identify opportunities for improvement
- Develop detailed improvement plans, help implement the plan, monitor progress, and provide feedback reports
- Teach staff to do root cause analysis, collect and use valid, reliable data for quality assurance and improvement,, and submit data for quality improvement initiatives and public reporting
With years of experience in clinical and professional settings, our team has a keen understanding of national standards, clinical measures, and federal requirements. They have the skill and flexibility to understand and resolve client quality improvement issues.