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Quality Reporting and Peer Review Assistance for Critical Access Hospitals in Oklahoma

Oklahoma Foundation for Medical Quality, Oklahoma Office of Rural Health
Applications accepted on an ongoing basis

Oklahoma Office of Rural Health:
Corie Kaiser

Oklahoma Foundation for Medical Quality:

Donna Piatt

Jan Webb

Deb Yellseagle


Through this program, the Oklahoma Foundation for Medical Quality and Oklahoma Office of Rural Health provide customized quality reporting and peer review assistance for Critical Access Hospitals (CAHs) in the state. The goal is to assist CAHs in collecting accurate data and submitting it to the right agency at the right time.

Assistance can be provided with:

  • Inpatient Quality Reporting
  • Outpatient Quality Reporting
  • National Healthcare Safety Network
  • Health Information Technology
  • Electronic Clinical Quality Measures
  • Medicare Beneficiary Quality Improvement Project measures
  • Peer review for Medicare reimbursement

Critical Access Hospitals in Oklahoma may contact Corie Kaiser (405.840.6505) to verify eligibility.

Geographic coverage
Amount of funding

This assistance is provided at no cost to the CAH.

Application process

Contact Corie Kaiser (405.840.6505) to begin the process.

Tagged as
Critical Access Hospitals · Evaluation methods and resources · Health information technology · Healthcare quality · Medicaid · Medicare · Reimbursement and payment models · Oklahoma

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