Indiana Quality Improvement Network
The Indiana Quality Improvement Network (IQIN) is a network of Community Health Centers who work together to improve the quality and value of care provided to Indiana's most vulnerable residents.
By using health information technology and data, health centers are able to change the way they deliver care to produce better health outcomes for their patients. IQIN's participating health centers learn from and share with each other in learning communities to escalate the speed of change.
IQIN resources are available to participating health centers on the IQIN PHCs Share Point Site.
Keep up-to-date on IQIN news and new resources on the IQIN Resources Page
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- IQIN Participating Health Centers
The Indiana Quality Improvement Network supports the work of 26 health centers across Indiana. IQIN health centers are urban and rural, large and small.
Contact: Angela Boyer IQIN Director
Telehealth Optimization Program
IQIN has partnered with national clinical and telehealth experts from Health Management Associates (HMA) to provide a series of telehealth webinars and in-depth telehealth assessment and individual technical assistance to IQIN participating health centers.
For more information please contact:
Funke Oladele, IQIN Quality Improvement Coordinator
IQIN shares common goals and objectives with Indiana's participating health centers and other Health Center Controlled Networks across the nation. These goals and objectives drive our common work to advance health centers' use of health IT and data to transform care.