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About Us

About the Campaign

Since 2007, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ Home Health Quality Improvement (HHQI) National Campaign has been providing free, evidence-based educational resources, individualized data reports, networking opportunities and assistance for home health and cross-setting providers to reduce avoidable hospitalizations and improve care quality. The campaign is executed under contract by Quality Insights, a non-profit organization dedicated to improving health care across the nation.


The cornerstone of the HHQI National Campaign's educational resources is the Best Practice Intervention Packages (BPIPs) that offer practical applications of quality improvement strategies in simple steps and are designed to be implemented at a self-set pace. We offer a wide variety of packages covering different topics. All packages are evidence-based and free for all providers, regardless of setting. Learn more about HHQI BPIPs.


HHQI Data Access is a secure online portal that allows home health agencies to view both risk-adjusted and non-risk-adjusted OASIS data reports for select measures. You can visit our companion Data Access website now and follow a few simple steps to acquire your home health agency’s reports, which are free and updated on a monthly basis.  


The HHQI Network is a grassroots and virtual community of campaign participants, stakeholders and partners united to improve the quality of care patients receive. Join the community now.


We are here to help you improve quality. Whether you have a simple question like how to log in to the website or need assistance with implementing quality improvement strategies, we can assist you at Also, home health agencies that are small, non-profit, publicly funded and/or have a high census of dual-eligible patients can receive extensive, one-on-one assistance through the HHQI Underserved Populations (UP) Network. Learn more about UP.