Clinical Quality Management Committee
Who We Are
CQMC Contact: Susy Martinez
The Clinical Quality Management Committee – formerly Performance Improvement Advisory Team (PIAT) – is comprised of providers and consumers acting in an advisory capacity to both Behavioral Science Research (BSR) and the Miami-Dade County Office of Management and Budget-Grants Coordination (OMB-GC).
What We Do
CQMC advises the Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) Program. The CQI Program is a system-wide and provider quality assessment, management and improvement program that aims to assure equitable access to high-quality care, improve clinical outcomes, maximize collaboration of stakeholders and coordination of services, ensure high quality customer service, and ensure compliance with Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) mandates.
CQMC uses input and guidance from providers and consumers to establish standards, outcomes and other measures. The knowledge that providers and service recipients bring to the quality improvement process is indispensable in creating an effective CQI Program.
CQMC’s activities include, but are not limited to, developing quality initiatives; recommending solutions, interventions, and improvement actions; establishing key indicators for service categories; assisting in development of record review tools; designing outcome measures; and reviewing results of record reviews.
CQMC functions in a strictly advisory capacity; it does not set policy, provide accreditation, or rate providers, and is not a committee of the Miami-Dade HIV/AIDS Partnership.
CQMC membership is voluntary. Meetings take place bi-monthly on the third Friday of the month from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at Behavioral Science Research Corp.
For more information, contact Susy Martinez, Quality Management Coordinator.
Membership is open to people living with HIV or AIDS and other individuals. Call 305-445-1076 for more information!