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  • TMF works with patients, providers, government agencies and other groups to promote high quality health care.
  • TMF partners with nursing homes to empower staff, improve quality and enhance residents' lives.
  • TMF supports physician offices in their endeavor to provide appropriate, cost-effective care.
  • Learn about our new Medicare Quality Improvement Initiatives
  • TMF's clinical expertise and technical knowledge will help you reach your goals.
  • TMF has helped home health agencies achieve improved patient care and reduce 30-day readmissions.
  • TMF partners with hospitals to improve quality and save lives.

TMF Health Quality Institute

Government agencies rely on TMF Health Quality Institute’s extensive experience and resources to help solve their unique health care challenges.
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Physicians

TMF supports physician offices in their endeavor to provide appropriate, cost-effective care.

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Hospitals

TMF partners with hospitals to accelerate change and measurably improve systems of care.

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Nursing Homes

TMF partners with nursing homes to empower staff, improve quality and enhance residents’ lives.

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Home Health Agencies

TMF has helped HHAs achieve improved patient care and reduce 30-day readmissions.

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Addressing Social Determinants of Health: The Need for Provider-Community Collaboration

Social determinants of health (SDoH)—encompassing the social, behavioral and environmental influences over a person’s health—have become an essential consideration when developing quality improvement interventions to impact health outcomes. This whitepaper describes key SDoH and their impact on health outcomes, as well as how providers from across the care spectrum can and are addressing SDoH.

Brown Bag Medication Checkup

New video for patients reviews how to prepare for visits with physicians to discuss medications. This 3-minute video highlights the importance of understanding your medications, their purpose and proper use.

Brown Bag Video

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