On Feb 26, 2018, Delmarva Foundation, Health Integrity, Quality Health Foundation, and Quality Health Strategies came together under a new name: Qlarant. Some of the content below was created prior to this change and may contain our old name(s).  Learn More

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Maryland Comptroller Visits Health Integrity to Discuss Efforts to Reduce Health Care Fraud and Abuse

posted on June 28, 2013

Peter Franchot, Comptroller of the State of Maryland, visited with the Health Integrity, LLC’s President, Sandy Love; members of the Board of Directors; and senior members of her management team to discuss the company’s efforts detecting and reducing health care fraud and abuse.

Delmarva Foundation Hosts Korean Delegation

posted on June 28, 2013

Delmarva Foundation for Medical Care (DFMC), the federally-designated quality improvement organization (QIO) for Maryland, welcomed five visitors from the Health Insurance Review and Assessment Service of Korea along with Mr. Jay Merchant, MHA, International Relations Advisor for the Department of Health & Human Services, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (DHHS/CMS).

REMCO Properties Breaks Ground on New Quality Health Strategies Headquarters

posted on June 24, 2013

On Tuesday, REMCO Properties of Easton, MD in partnership with BET Investments of Horsham, PA, broke ground on the new national headquarters for Quality Health Strategies.

Quality Health Foundation Awards Grants

posted on June 20, 2013

Quality Health Foundation (QHF), the charitable branch of Quality Health Strategies (QHS), recently awarded grants totaling $350,200 to ten organizations across the State of Maryland that support local healthcare-related quality improvement efforts.

Baltimore Mayor Recognizes Delmarva Foundation’s Baltimore HELPS Project

posted on June 17, 2013

Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, Mayor of Baltimore, recently presented Delmarva Foundation’s Baltimore HELPS (Healthy Eating Leading Partnerships for Seniors) project a Certificate of Recognition for their work to improve the quality of life for residents of Hollins House, a city-run Housing and Urban Development tower in West Baltimore.