Qualidigm uses key informant interviews to understand a client’s organization, culture, and definition of success. Using a validated readiness assessment, we work collaboratively to identify strengths and weaknesses and potential gaps in care. In addition to Qualidigm’s experience in helping hundreds of practices meet their goals, we offer time-tested tools and approaches to ensure success. We combine adult learning best practices with change management techniques to create “just-in-time” learning opportunities, as well as peer-to-peer communication and sharing designed to make change stick. Qualidgm also provides access to established online learning modules that are available anytime, which allows flexibility and reduces practice burden and fatigue. We recognize that no two engagements are the same and Qualidigm customizes each approach based on the client’s needs so that you achieve your definition of success.


  • For over 35 years, Qualidigm’s focus has remained centered on the implementation of healthcare quality improvement best practices as a trusted QIO and QIN-QIO in New England.
  • Qualidgm is the single largest consulting organization in Connecticut that assists practices in meeting National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) Patient-Centered Medical Home recognition. We are a trusted partner with NCQA and have achieved NCQA content management expert status.
  • We have created community-based programs that have avoided over $200 million of costs associated with inappropriate admissions, readmissions, and ED visits.
  • For the last 17 years, we have performed the analysis for the AHRQ’s Medicare Patient Safety Monitoring System.
  • As a State Innovation Model subcontractor through the State of Connecticut including the Community and Clinical Integration Program, Qualidigm has developed comprehensive playbooks that support integrated best practices in working with advanced care networks, accountable care organizations (ACOs) and community partners (CPs) for behavioral health integration, health equity, and long-term services and support.


Qualidigm provided TA to a large Advanced Network ACO consisting of six hospitals and several primary care and specialty physician offices throughout Connecticut. The ACO had earned PCMH recognition in previous years and was considering completing the recognition process again. As part of a change management process that attempts to create a sense of urgency and help the ACO answer the question “Why do we need to do this?”, Qualidigm performed an assessment to identify potential barriers and opportunities for improvement. Qualidigm educated leadership, providers, and finance personnel at the ACO on the benefits of PCMH recognition, and how PCMH aligns with and supports their current ACO contracts. They also educate clinicians about PCMH+, a program sponsored by the CT Medicaid Department, MIPS, and other quality improvement and reporting initiatives. Qualidigm worked with the ACO to create an individualized project plan, augmented its webinar-based TA with in-person group meetings, and developed a detailed checklist of PCMH requirements based on the ACO’s PCMH pre-validated EHR. Ultimately, the ACO received PCMH Level 3 recognition for all 26 primary care physician offices that submitted to NCQA.


In 2014, Qualidigm expanded its quality improvement services to two New England states, opening offices in New Hampshire and Vermont. In 2018, Qualidigm merged with Maine Quality Counts.


The statements in this document are made solely by Qualidigm. No statement in this document should be construed as an official position of or endorsement by Abt Associates Inc. or the Massachusetts Executive Office of Health and Human Services.


Qualidigm is a mission-driven healthcare consulting think tank that provides innovative and scientifically-based solutions to transform care and improve care delivery and patient outcomes by improving the quality, safety, and cost-effectiveness of healthcare through transformational change. Qualidigm is recognized among the healthcare provider network as a facilitator and leader in performing peer-reviewed research, providing evidence-based education, and implementing learning sessions that foster collaboration and accelerate change. Staff has expertise in clinical medicine, quality improvement, patient safety, public health, patient-centered medical home, care coordination, utilization review, data evaluation and analysis and patient/provider education. Qualidigm is part of a team that is serving as the Medicare Quality Innovation-Network Quality Improvement Organization under contract with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services for New England.

Qualidigm looks forward to working with ACOs and CPs to help achieve transformational change – working collaboratively to integrate care coordination across the healthcare continuum, coordinate care with behavioral health and dental providers, provide comprehensive medication management, promote health equity, expand patient engagement, and align priorities within the MassHealth program.


  • In 2018, Qualidigm merged with Maine Quality Counts, the 2018 Northern New England PTN recognized by CMS for “excellence Patient and Family Engagement.”
  • In a speech marking the 5th anniversary of the Affordable Care Act, President Obama referenced Qualidigm’s research to state that the ACA was a major reason for the prevention of 50,000 patient deaths across the United States, which earned a Geppetto checkmark for accuracy in the Washington Post.


“As a result of Qualidigm’s partnership with our organization and their ongoing expertise, we were able to successfully gain PCMH Level III recognition for 26 of our primary care locations already and are in the process of submitting applications for seven additional locations this year. Hartford HealthCare Medical Group is very satisfied with Qualidigm as an organization, and can attest to the excellent timely and responsive technical assistance they provided.” – Hartford Healthcare Medical Group
“Qualidigm provided us with real time examples of what we should be doing in our practice. They dissected the NCQA guidelines and provided on-site support to help us achieve PCMH recognition. Qualidigm understands that PCMH is the way of the future. They have taken a vested interest in helping practices get up to speed which only helps all of us in the long run and more importantly, it helps the patient.” – Matteo Joseph Lopreiato, M.D., physician


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