The Quality Institute is committed to improving the quality of patient care and health systems throughout the state.

  • Take Five: Collaborative Care

    Dr. Jürgen Unützer, an internationally recognized psychiatrist and health service researcher from the University of Washington, is one of two keynote...

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  • Take Five: Fear of Tiers?

    Narrow networks, tiered insurance products, closed networks: What does it all mean for consumers and our health care system?
    As health care plans look...

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  • Take Five: QI Payment Reform Summit

    Published in Symptoms & Cures, September 3, 2015
    Exciting events are on the horizon with the QI Collaborative.  Executive Director Jeff Brown gives...

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  • Take Five: QI Collaborative

    Take Five speaks with QI Collaborative Executive Director Jeff Brown to get an update on activity since the newly launched Medicaid ACO demonstration project,...

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  • Take Five: Janan & Conversation of a Lifetime

    With the recent Medicare announcement that it plans to reimburse doctors, nurse practitioners, and others in the health industry for conversations about...

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  • Take Five: New Jersey Gainsharing Project with Jo Surpin

    In Today’s Take Five we hear from Jo Surpin, President of Applied Medical Software and consultant to the QI Collaborative. Jo Surpin has been the consultant...

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  • New Project to Study Feasibility of Nurse-Practitioner Clinics in Trenton & Newark

    Might primary care centers directed by nurse practitioners meet the need for higher quality, more comprehensive, and lower cost health care in underserved...

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  • Take Five: How is New Jersey using its State Innovation Model Design Grant?

    Earlier this year, as part of the Affordable Care Act, New Jersey was awarded a $3 million State Innovation Model (SIM) Design Grant by the Center for...

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  • Take Five: Medicaid Managed Care To Include Social Services and Care Coordination

    The U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services have certainly been busy: issuing new regulations for Medicaid managed care plans last week, followed...

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