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National Improvement Projects The term 'National Improvement Projects ' as it applies to the area of Medicare in the United States can be defined as ' HCQIP projects developed by a group consisting of representatives of some or all of the following groups: CMS, Public Health Service, Networks, renal provider, and consumer communities. The object is to use statistical analysis to identify better patterns of care and outcomes, and to feed the results of the analysis back into the provider community to improve the quality of care provided to renal Medicare beneficiaries. Each project will have a particular clinical focus'.
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