What We Do
Medicaid Case Review
Quality Health Associates provides review of North Dakota Medicaid utilization as well as preauthorization review.
Great Plains Quality Innovation Network
Quality Health Associates of North Dakota, Great Plains Quality Innovation Network, and the South Dakota Foundation for Medical Care recently aligned to form the Great Plains Quality Innovation Network-Quality Improvement Organization (QIN-QIO).
Quality Health Associates of North Dakota
41 36th Ave NW
Minot, ND 58703
Quality Health Associates, through an arrangement with the North Dakota Hospital Association, provides local leadership for the Health Research and Education Trust Hospital Improvement and Innovation Network (HRET HIIN). Thirty-one North Dakota Hospitals joined Innovate-ND | HRET HIIN to continue efforts to reduce all-cause inpatient harm by 20 percent and readmissions by 12 percent.
Comprehensive Primary Care Plus (CPC+)
CPC+ is a national advanced primary care medical home model that aims to strengthen primary care through regionally-based, multi-payer payment reform and care delivery transformation. The goal of the initiative is to place the patient and caregiver at the center of care to achieve improved care, improved patient satisfaction and reduced cost. QHA works with 27 clinics in North Dakota to build a foundation for team-based care and assist them in the use of enhanced payment structures for continuous improvement driven by data and optimal use of HIT.
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North Dakota Healthcare Partners Events Calendar (NDHPEC)
The North Dakota Healthcare Partners Events Calendar (NDHPEC) is a simple and streamlined format designed to connect individuals in the healthcare and community service fields to events and educational opportunities from across the state. Our partners are committed to offering high quality on-site and virtual education, and this “one-stop shop” format allows us the opportunity to effectively coordinate events and enhance their visibility.
The North Dakota Health Information Network (NDHIN) is offering ongoing training to all NDHIN users throughout North Dakota to build increased understanding of and participation in North Dakota’s only health information exchange (HIE).
Healthcare, public health, and community support service professionals from across North Dakota are invited to attend to gain a basic understanding of how information flows between healthcare organizations participating in an HIE and how this exchange benefits providers and patients. Participants will also learn about NDHIN’s services, features and functionality.
This is a recurring, monthly webinar offering the same content each month, with updates as new services are added.
Upon completion of this session participants will:
Demonstrate a basic understanding of a health information exchange, how information flows between organizations and benefits to providers and patients
Understand the services provided by NDHIN
Understand their assigned user level and the access rights for their role
Understand the basics of ND patient privacy regulations and consent options implemented in NDHIN
Demonstrate a basic understanding of NDHIN features and functionality
This webinar has been approved for 1.5 contact hours for nurses by the North Dakota Board of Nursing.
Network Executive Committee Meeting