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Since 2007, the Home Health Quality Improvement (HHQI) National Campaign has been dedicated to improving the quality of care provided to America’s home health patients. Whether you are a home health practitioner directly providing patient care, or an allied partner with a stake in improving the quality of care that home health patients receive, we are here to help you with evidence-based tools, timely data reports and a wealth of ongoing educational opportunities. All of our resources are absolutely free and available to everyone. Please explore our site to learn more about this initiative of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). Working together, we can make a real difference in patients’ health care and ultimately, their quality of life.

Get to Know EDNA

We use the acronym EDNA to highlight the four pillars of HHQI’s free services available to all CMS-certified home health agencies: Education, Data, Networking and Assistance. Follow the links below to learn more about all HHQI has to offer.


HHQI develops and curates the home health industry’s most valuable resources. Covering a wide range of high-priority topics, our evidence-based resources, HHQI University continuing education courses, and interactive webinars provide an abundance of helpful tools and useful information

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If you represent a CMS-certified home health agency, a tremendous benefit to participating in the HHQI National Campaign is access to custom data reports created especially for your agency each month. HHQI Data Access ties home health provider actions to outcomes in a secure, easy-to-use online portal.

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HHQI engages hundreds of local and national home health stakeholders to connect the right people at the right time through strong partnerships. These relationships are maintained through traditional grassroots means coupled with a wide array of social networking platforms.

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The HHQI team includes a deep pool of subject matter experts and mechanisms to efficiently provide technical assistance to home health providers, both virtually and face-to-face. Underserved populations, small, non-profit agencies, and those that serve a high proportion of health disparate patients are a top priority.

The HHQI Campaign currently has 25,403 participants from 6,558 agencies.

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