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The MQii Learning Collaborative is a community of clinicians committed to improving delivery of malnutrition care in hospitals and health systems across the US. The MQii Learning Collaborative was established in 2016 through a partnership between the Academy and Avalere.
Learning Collaborative participants undertake a data-driven, patient-centered, malnutrition quality improvement project at their respective institutions using a best practices Toolkit and are encouraged to use malnutrition eCQMs to track and monitor improvement.
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In 2017, 50 hospitals across the United States participated in the Learning Collaborative and showed meaningful improvements in the delivery of malnutrition care.
In 2018, the Learning Collaborative expanded to demonstrate the scalability of these activities in a diverse array of healthcare institutions throughout the United States and beyond.
The Academy and Avalere are working with Learning Collaborative participants to explore opportunities to better screen for and provide care to malnourished patients and patients at risk of malnutrition as they transition across care settings.
“Anybody can do this whether this is your first journey into quality or not. The MQii provides the framework to walk you through the process and teach the necessary and important steps. I wish I had MQii years ago to help me get to where we are now.” -MQii Learning Collaborative Participant
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