Important Resources from Superior Health Quality Alliance – Wisconsin’s Quality Improvement Organization (QIO)

New Resource! Nursing Home ADE Algorithm

Superior Health Quality Alliance (Superior Health) created an algorithm to follow when a resident returns to the nursing home after hospitalization or an emergency room visit. If the resident is on one or more high-risk medications, they may be assigned a diagnosis code that indicates an adverse drug event (ADE). The diagnosis may be appropriate for the resident and the event that lead to the hospital visit or that diagnosis should be discontinued. In either case, documentation to support the event must reflect either scenario. This algorithm will guide you through a step-by-step process to ensure continuity of care. If you would like assistance in using this tool or have additional questions about ADE diagnoses among your residents, please contact Candy Hanson,


New Emergency Preparedness Quality Improvement Advisor

Hello, my name is Kelli Engen. I have over 15 years of experience in public health, with an emphasis in emergency preparedness planning and administration. Please feel free to contact me at for assistance with your facility’s emergency preparedness plan. I am excited to work with you!




Change in Condition Poster

Looking for a poster that reminds staff to report changes in a resident’s condition to improve quality outcomes and prevent hospitalizations from occurring? Superior Health’s Change in Condition poster can be downloaded and posted in your nursing home and shared with staff during training or meetings.


Ensuring Medications for Opioid Use Disorder (MOUD) Treatment Through the Care Continuum: Friday, June 7 | 11 a.m. CT

Register Online

Join the final session in this webinar series: “Management of Patients on MOUD: Key Takeaways and Series Wrap-Up.” During this event, two people with lived experience navigating the world of recovery and the lead facilitator for a 60-person community coalition will share their experiences working on the opioid epidemic. For more information, download the flyer.