Practice Transformation

Support for HIT, Practice Redesign and the Quality Payment Program

Quality Insights played a major role in the nation’s transition to electronic health records (EHRs).  For example, through grants from the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONCHIT), we established HIT Regional Extension Centers that helped more than 7,000 clinicians select, implement, and meaningfully and security use EHRs. 

While the REC program recently concluded, we continue to partner with state agencies and private foundations to help clinicians with not only meaningful use but also office workflow redesign, implementation of care models such as the Patient Centered Medical Home, improvement of population health through tracking and improving nationally recognized quality measures, and participation in health information exchanges (HIEs).

Most recently we are supporting clinicians preparing for successful participation in CMS’ Quality Payment Program (QPP).  Through our QIN and QPP-SURS projects, we are offering assistance to thousands of Merit-Based Incentive Program (MIPS) eligible clinicians. 

Our 360-degree support combines the latest in self-directed, e-based learning; interactive, online seminars; and social media and e-mail outreach with old-fashioned, personalized attention to help providers maximize their care quality, increase efficiency, and improve their MIPS scores.

Learn More:

To learn more about our clinician support for the Quality Payment Program, visit our project web sites: