QMP Resources

Culture Change: Culture change promotes and supports nursing facility providers as they transform from a traditional system-directed culture to one that is person-centered.

Information for Supportive Palliative Care Providers: Supportive palliative care (SPC) is person and family-centered care provided to those with a serious illness without regard to the person’s age or terminal prognosis. Unlike hospice, SPC may be provided concurrently with methods of treatment or therapies that seek to cure or minimize the effects of the illness. SPC seeks to optimize quality of life by anticipating, preventing, and treating the person’s total suffering related to their physical, emotional, social, and spiritual condition.  

Long-Term Care Provider Search: This resource helps people find information about nursing facilities and other long-term care providers, including survey and complaint results.

Music and Memory: Playing individualized music playlists helps reduce the use of antipsychotics among people with Alzheimer’s and other memory disorders.

Quality Incentive Payment Program (QIPP): QIPP is a state directed payment program designed to help nursing facilities achieve transformation in care quality through innovation.

Trauma-Informed Care: Trauma-informed care is an organizational structure and treatment framework for understanding, recognizing and responding to all types of traumas. It focuses on physical, psychological and emotional safety, and helps survivors rebuild a sense of control and empowerment.

Various Organizations: Find additional online clinical and quality-related resources from other organizations.