Our Work

At the Quality Institute, we promote quality improvement by working with our members, policymakers, grant funders, local leaders, and other stakeholders. To achieve our mission, we research and develop policies, provide educational opportunities, and actively partner with local health care champions to improve community health. Take a look at our work and join us in improving the safety, quality, and affordability of health care for everyone in New Jersey.

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Take Five Interview with Marcela Ospina Maziarz, MPA

Marcela Ospina Maziarz, MPA, is the Deputy Commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Health.   We know that the…

Posted November 15, 2019Take 5

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Posted November 15, 2019Schwimmer Script Blog

November 2019 Newsletter

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Posted November 7, 2019Quality Institute Newsletter

 

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Nov 18

Partnering to Improve Population Health

Discover How Hospital-Based and Community Providers are Working Together to Achieve Positive Health Outcomes November 18, 2019 from 1:00 p.m. to…

Jan 16

Quality Institute Program Updates and Resources Webinar

Join us for our  program updates and resources webinar. Quality Institute staff will provide program updates including the Mayors Wellness…

 

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Get Covered NJ

Open enrollment is from 11/1/19 to 12/15/19. In New Jersey there remains a requirement to have health coverage. Individuals earning up to about $49,960 a year, and families of four earning up to about $103,000 are eligible for financial help. Last year, nearly 8 in 10 New Jerseyans who purchased a plan on the Marketplace got a tax credit to lower the cost of their plan. Free enrollment help is available in person and over the phone.
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Reducing costs and improving quality are not opposing goals. The U.S. is a shining example of innovation and technology, but that should not obscure the fact that for many, the level of care is substandard and often unnecessary. The Quality Institute is using our data to share that message and help drive down costs and improve quality.

Niall Brennan, BA, MPP, President and Executive Director, Health Care Cost Institute (HCCI)

Leadership Council

The Leadership Council seats only one member per health care sector and works closely with our board and staff to help inform our work