Increase your success rate with QI: The Highly Adoptable Improvement model and toolkit (QI Power Hour)

Sep 14, 2018 at 9:30 AM
Increase your success rate with QI: The Highly Adoptable Improvement model and toolkit (QI Power Hour)

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Guest speaker:
Dr. Chris Hayes, Chief Medical Information Officer at St. Joseph’s Healthcare in Hamilton and Associate Professor at McMaster University
 
 
Session description:

The use of quality improvement has led to many advancements in the delivery of healthcare.  But the demand for improvement is increasing and many QI initiatives do not succeed or are not sustainable.  To achieve real improvement, the change associated with QI needs to be sustainably adopted into practice. 

In this webinar you will:

  • Understand why some QI strategies lead to more sustained improvements
  • Learn about the Highly Adoptable Improvement model
  • Prepare to utilize tools to develop more sustainably adoptable improvement strategies

 


Tags: Archived QI Power Hour Webinars , Sustainability

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