The Quality Improvement (QI) Program reflects NBH’s commitment to facilitate ongoing improvement in the delivery of high-quality healthcare.
Highlights of NBH’s QI Program are presented in an annual report, which is sent to all participating practitioners. Practitioners and members may request a copy of this publication by writing to:
Nevada Behavioral Health Systems
2921 N Tenaya Way
Las Vegas, NV 89128
The purpose of the QI Program is to increase the quality of care for NBH members by optimizing the delivery of cost-effective healthcare services. This goal is achieved by monitoring clinical care, clinical service, organizational service, and member experience.
Quality Improvement (QI) Program Goal and Objectives
The goal of NBH’s QI Program is to monitor the clinical care, clinical service, organizational service, and member experience provided to members while identifying opportunities for prioritizing, improving and implementing quality improvement activities.
Below are objectives of the QI Program:
Quality Improvement (QI) Program Activities
The primary activities of the QI Program focus on preventive care and disease management. These activities include
Evaluation of the Quality Improvement (QI) Program
The QI Program is evaluated annually to assess the extent to which the scope, methodology, and activities succeed in meeting performance standards as they relate to NBH’s purpose, goals and objectives. Quality Improvement Activities (QIAs) are reviewed to determine their appropriateness, compliance with clinical standards, and impact on the quality of patient care and service rendered.
Evaluation of the QI Program should result in