About the Civil Money Penalty Reinvestment Program (CMPRP)


As part of its continued commitment to the nation’s most vulnerable populations, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has launched the Civil Money Penalty Reinvestment Program (CMPRP), a three-year effort to reduce adverse events, improve staffing quality and improve dementia care in nursing homes.

To aid teams with this effort, the CMPRP offers several free resources and opportunities for nursing homes.

Ready to learn more about how toolkits can be used to assess, measure and improve quality in your nursing home or a nursing home near you? Visit the toolkits under the downloads section here to learn more.
Think your nursing home or a nursing home near you could benefit from technical assistance from CMPRP staff and subject matter experts?

Want to apply for Civil Money Penalty (CMP) funding to support quality improvement? Learn about the application process here.
Toolkit Resources (available under the downloads section of this page) are to aid nursing home teams in reducing adverse events, improving staffing quality and improving dementia care. The CMPRP team offers several resources and participation opportunities. Below are a series of toolkits meant to assist teams with improving staff competency and employee satisfaction.

Find the toolkits HERE!