A Quality Innovation Network-Quality Improvement Organization

Implementing data-driven initiatives to improve healthcare quality

What We Do

As the Quality Innovation Network-Quality Improvement Organization for the Dakotas, we are launching the Great Plains Quality Care Coalition. Individuals receiving care, community leaders and healthcare professionals will be at the table; working together to improve care by making it more accessible, safer and more affordable.

Our team of quality experts will provide technical assistance. We will share best practices, data and tools. Education and trainings will be offered. We will utilize data to drive improvement. The goal will be to make care in your community and healthcare organizations even better.

Be sure to sign up below to learn more. Recruitment materials will be sent soon.


QII Referrals

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services has authorized Great Plains Quality Innovation Network to provide technical assistance to healthcare providers and practitioners in all care settings to improve the quality of care for Medicare beneficiaries in North Dakota and South Dakota. This technical assistance may include provider and practitioner education and assistance with development of a Quality Improvement Initiative (QII).

A QII is any formal activity designed to support quality improvement efforts through the use of proven methodologies.

The opportunity for a QII can come from a variety of sources, including a referral from the Beneficiary and Family Centered Care (BFCC) Quality Improvement Organizations (QIOs). Below is contact information for KEPRO, the BFCC QIO for both North Dakota and South Dakota. 

North Dakota and South Dakota [Region 8]888/317-0891


Quality Care Coalition

Join our mission to make healthcare in your organization and community better. We are looking for committed nursing homes, community leaders and healthcare organizations to partner with us. Don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity to be change makers. Join the Great Plains Quality Care Coalition today.