We make healthcare better.

We work with healthcare providers, partners, patients and other stakeholders to continually improve healthcare quality. Our work reaches millions of Medicare and Medicaid patients and has a ripple effect that impacts millions more by maximizing the value and effectiveness of healthcare services for everyone.

Where We Work

Where we make a difference

Qsource has a regional presence in the heart of America.

From the Great Lakes to the Gulf of Mexico and the Great Plains to the Great Smokey Mountains — we’re making a positive impact in healthcare for everyone.

Click the map to see key programs we’re working on in your state.

  • Exploring Visitor Management in Health Care Facilities during COVID-19

    Exploring Visitor Management in Health Care Facilities during COVID-19

    Preventing the spread of COVID-19 has brought on new challenges of trying to see loved ones living or rehabilitating at a healthcare facility during this pandemic. Visitors are learning first-hand how businesses and healthcare facilities are managing this process. As you know, healthcare facilities were required to discourage all visits except for extreme specific circumstances. […]  Read More »
  • QPP: Strategies to Meet 2020 MIPS Requirements

    QPP: Strategies to Meet 2020 MIPS Requirements

    Participants in MIPS have a performance threshold which is the minimum points needed to prevent the negative payment adjustment to Medicare Part B claims in 2022. Last year MIPS participants were required to have a total of 30 points to meet this performance threshold. This year the performance threshold is 45 points. Without an electronic […]  Read More »
  • Trump Administration Unveils Enhanced Enforcement Actions Based on Nursing Home COVID-19 Data and Inspection Results

    Trump Administration Unveils Enhanced Enforcement Actions Based on Nursing Home COVID-19 Data and Inspection Results

    Under the leadership of President Trump, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) unveiled enhanced enforcement for nursing homes with violations of longstanding infection control practices. This announcement builds on the previous actions CMS has taken to ensure the safety and security of America’s nursing homes as the nation battles coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), and is a key step in the Trump Administration’s Guidelines for Opening Up America Again.  Read More »
  • Trump Administration Issues Guidance to Ensure States Have a Plan in Place to Safely Reopen Nursing Homes

    Trump Administration Issues Guidance to Ensure States Have a Plan in Place to Safely Reopen Nursing Homes

    Today, under the leadership of President Trump, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announced new guidance for state and local officials to ensure the safe reopening of nursing homes across the country.  The guidance released today is part of President Trump’s Guidelines for Opening Up America Again.  Read More »
  • Nursing Home Reporting Requirement

    Nursing Home Reporting Requirement

    On April 19, CMS announced we’ll be requiring facilities to report COVID-19 information to the CDC and to families. Within three weeks of that announcement, we published an Interim Final Rule With Comment on April 30. For the first time, all 15,000 nursing homes will be reporting this data directly to the CDC through its reporting tool. With the new regulatory requirements, nursing homes are required to report the first week of data to the CDC beginning May 8 but no later than May 17.  Read More »