About NQF 


The National Quality Forum (NQF) is a nonprofit organization that operates under a three-part mission to improve the quality of American healthcare by:

  • Building consensus on national priorities and goals for performance improvement and working in partnership to achieve them;
  • Endorsing national consensus standards for measuring and publicly reporting on performance; and
  • Promoting the attainment of national goals through education and outreach programs.

NQF's membership includes a wide variety of healthcare stakeholders, including consumer organizations, public and private purchasers, physicians, nurses, hospitals, accrediting and certifying bodies, supporting industries, and healthcare research and quality improvement organizations. The breadth and diversity of its membership allows NQF to be well positioned to maintain a constant drumbeat for healthcare quality. NQF’s unique structure enables private- and public-sector stakeholders to work together to craft and implement cross-cutting solutions to drive continuous quality improvement in the American healthcare system.

NQF Members:

List by A-Z (PDF)
List by Council (PDF)

Field Guide to NQF Resources

The Field Guide to NQF Resources is a dynamic, online resource designed to help those involved with measurement and public reporting more easily access basic information and NQF resources related to quality measurement.

 

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NQF Resources

The Field Guide is an online resource designed to help you easily access NQF resources.