Health care quality stakeholders are invited to join the Quality Innovation Network National Coordinating Center on Wednesday, May 9 for the next National Learning & Action (LAN) event, which will focus on integrating alcohol and depression screenings into patient care. 
The 2018 CMS Quality Conference will bring together 2,500 health quality stakeholders in Baltimore, Maryland to discuss strategies for advancing patient-centered care. Here’s a sneak peek. 
The Director of CMS’ Nursing Homes Division discusses the National Partnership to Improve Dementia Care in Nursing Homes' progress in reducing antipsychotic medication usage. 
Join us for the next National Learning & Action Network virtual training to explore​“Effective Co-Management of Mental and Physical Chronic Conditions,” on Tuesday, November 1
Men over 75 years old have the highest suicide rate in the nation. Learn about critical services provided by Medicare to help older men address the mental health and substance use challenges that are fueling the crisis. 
atom Alliance shares tips to help primary care providers successfully integrate behavioral health screenings into their practices. 
A recent CMS webinar explored the prevention and treatment of mental illness and substance use issues among older adults. 
See the progress QIN-QIOs are making to improve identification of behavioral health conditions among beneficiaries in primary care and care transition settings. 
The QIO Program’s subject matter expert for behavioral health provides some early insights on how six Quality Innovation Network-QIOs are progressing with their new behavioral health activities. 
CMS awards six QIN-QIOs a four-year contract to improve the identification of depression and alcohol use disorder among Medicare beneficiaries.