Quality improvement (QI) in health care was started by small group of innovative pioneers who had a vision for a vastly improved system. Things have changed since those early days; safety and quality benchmarks are often integrated into strategic goals and there is more focus on patient-centered care. But the journey isn’t over yet. Patients still experience needless harm and often struggle to have their voices heard, processes are not as efficient as they could be, and costs continue to rise at alarming rates while quality flat lines.
The Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) invites you to join these experts at a new seminar called Improvement Skills for Tomorrow’s Health Care: The Experts’ Perspective. This intensive two-day seminar will cover a myriad of topics including: inspiring front-line staff, engaging patients in improvement, how to implement proven QI tools, how to spread and scale improvement, and much more. You will leave this engaging seminar with an improvement framework for your organization that builds on the past while focusing on the future.
April 30 - May 1, 2013
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