Harry Redknapp’s side have set an unwanted Premier League record after suffering 10 successive defeats on their travels.
That form stands in stark contrast to their efforts at Loftus Road, with five wins and 19 points taken from 11 games.
QPR have also managed 18 goals in front of their own supporters and conceded just 13, while mustering only five away from home and shipping 24.
Hill acknowledges that something has to be done to bring greater consistency to their performances, but believes only minor tweaks are required to get things right.
He told the club’s official website:“It’s probably just the little details, probably just a little bounce here and there in the box. I don’t think it’s down to a lack of desire.
"I just think it’s that little bit of quality we are lacking and maybe a little bit of luck as well. But obviously the statistics say it is 10 defeats. That’s not great and you can’t rely on your home form.
"We want to rectify that as quick as we can. It’s not nice coming away from home and getting beat. It’s probably one of the hardest leagues in the world to get something away from home but maybe just a point here and there will take the pressure off us at home as well. Sooner rather than later would be great but at the moment we are licking our wounds again.
"It’s not over. I think there are three or four points separating about six or seven teams but obviously you need to nick points away from home. We’ve been strong at home and a little point here and there away from home takes you up another couple of places in the league.
"We’ll keep going right till the end. With so many teams involved there is still a lot to play for. We’re devastated with the defeat but there are plenty of games to try and rectify that.”
QPR must find a solution to their current struggles as quickly as possible as they are about to enter a crucial run of games.
Three of their next five top-flight fixtures, taking them through to the end of February, will see them head out on their travels.
Two of those games, which arrive back-to-back, will take them to fellow strugglers Sunderland and Hull City, while they also have meetings with Manchester United, Stoke City and Southampton to look forward to.