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HHQI University students can enroll in nearly 50 different on-demand courses that provide education on evidence-based practices and integrating into day-to-day care and activities. There are courses for leadership, nurses, therapists, social workers, and aides. 
HHQI's secure Data Access system is getting an upgrade this summer. 
Advances in cardiovascular treatment options occur each day, but few interventions have stood the test of time like statin therapy. During HHQI's next CardioLAN webinar on June 21, 2018 from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. ET, you'll get a refresher on cardiovascular disease basics and then learn about newer findings related to statin therapy, such as which of your patient populations could benefit most and its effects beyond cholesterol management. 

In anticipation of the July 2018 Release, the Common Working File (CWF) Hosts will not process claims beginning Friday, June 29, 2018 through Sunday, July 1, 2018
There are more than 1,000 high-quality educational materials in HHQI's complete online Resource Library. So how do you wade through them all to quickly find the resources that are relevant to your agency's current needs
This month, HHQI recognizes Community VNA of Attleboro, Massachusetts for their dedication to improving home health care quality.
This month, HHQI recognizes HHQI recognizes Elsmar Home Health Care of Detroit, Michigan for their dedication to improving home health care quality.
The Home Health Quality Improvement National Campaign's Wound Management Best Practice Intervention Package (BPIP) is now available for download. A corresponding course is also available in HHQI University.
Whether as health care providers or just concerned citizens, we are all affected by the nation's opioid epidemic in one way or another. Would you take just a moment to follow this link and answer these 3 quick questions?
HHQI Measures #241 & #2 have been "sun-setted" and removed from HHQI's Home Health Cardiovascular Data Registry (HHCDR). Additionally, two new cardiovascular measures have been added to the HHCDR. Participating agencies now have the opportunity to submit patient data regarding statin therapy (HHQI Measure #438) and cardiac rehab referral (HHQI Measure #643).
HHQI has free resources to help you promote many of April's annual events among your patients and staff. Visit the April Resources page on the HHQI website.
Due in part to Valentine's Day, we see a lot of heart-related imagery during the month of February. However, several cardiovascular health-related observances also contribute to the theme, including American Heart Month and National Cardiac Rehabilitation Week (Feb 11-17).
Medicare is taking steps to remove Social Security numbers from Medicare cards. Through this initiative the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) will prevent fraud, fight identity theft and protect essential program funding and the private healthcare and financial information of our Medicare beneficiaries.
Home health professionals are busy. Now, there's an understatement. In order to make the most of your limited time, HHQI's three primary online Networking events will each be held quarterly. 
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