Quality LINK

Peer learning presents a great opportunity for HIV providers to learn from the already existing quality management expertise of fellow providers. To link providers of similar needs for the purpose of learning from each other, the National Quality Center (NQC) developed its Quality LINK (Learning-Improving-Networking-Keeping-on-Track).


This program provides peer learning opportunities by connecting individuals with specific quality improvement needs. Quality LINK connects registered users through an interactive internet database to one another based on common factors (i.e., geographical location, Part, population served, QM topic or stage of the QM process). Matches are prioritized under user-identified priorities such as location, size of organization, type of funding, size of staff, and experience with a particular topic. Matched peers receive one another’s contact information so that the peers can connect directly.

Kevin Garrett
National Quality Center (NQC)

New York State Department of Health, AIDS Institute
90 Church Street, 13th floor
New York, 2621 10007-2919
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