Great Plains Quality Innovation Network

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Quality Experts

Our team of subject matter experts offers technical assistance, tailored education, best practices, tools and resources for healthcare organizations and Medicare consumers. We look forward to serving as your quality improvement expert, partner and resource in the journey towards improvement.

Our Commitment

We aim to achieve better health care, improved health, safer care and lower healthcare costs. Our team works in conjunction with state partners, while pooling resources and common elements into an organization that can best serve the needs of healthcare providers and Medicare consumers across the region.

CDC ‘I Get It!’ Flu Vaccination Campaign

CDC ‘I Get It!’ Flu Vaccination Campaign

The CDC invites you to encourage everyone six months and older to get a flu vaccine this year with their new ‘I Get It’ campaign. There are many reasons to get a flu vaccine—whether it is to keep yourself healthy, prevent the worsening of an underlying chronic health...

The Diabetes Epidemic: Prevention is Key

The Diabetes Epidemic: Prevention is Key

In the last 20 years, the number of adults diagnosed with diabetes has more than doubled as the American population has aged and become more overweight or obese.¹ According to the North Dakota Diabetes Prevention and Control Program, over 50,000 North Dakotans have...

It’s Not Too Late to Become A COVID-19 Staff Vaccination Ambassador

It’s Not Too Late to Become A COVID-19 Staff Vaccination Ambassador

Great Plains Quality Innovation Network launched the COVID-19 Staff Vaccination Ambassador Program in March to support COVID-19 vaccination efforts and recognize community-based organizations, healthcare providers and nursing homes with high staff vaccination rates...

Nursing Home Vaccination Change Package Released

Nursing Home Vaccination Change Package Released

The Great Plains Quality Innovation Network Nursing Home Vaccination Change Package was developed to guide nursing homes in improving vaccination rates among residents and staff. The change package identifies barriers and challenges to vaccination and provides...

Make Health Information Understandable During Health Literacy Month

Make Health Information Understandable During Health Literacy Month

During October, the CMS Office of Minority Health (OMH) recognizes Health Literacy Month. We encourage healthcare providers to make health information easier for patients and residents to understand and navigate. Healthy People 2030—an initiative that identifies...

Great Plains Quality Care Coalition

Our Vision: Through collaboration and partnership, we aspire to make healthcare in the Dakotas the best in the nation. We have partnered with committed nursing homes, community leaders and healthcare organizations to improve the care in our communities. Better together.