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  • IHI National Forum 2014 Keynote Videos
    and Derek Feeley IHI Executive Vice President talk about how we all need to reject OR thinking and embrace AND thinking as we work to find and spread innovative solutions Watch the full length video on IHI TV A Report from Xanadu Don Berwick In the Forum s closing keynote Don Berwick IHI President Emeritus and Senior Fellow reminded the gathering that improving health and health care requires broad engagement far outside the traditional boundaries of health care and that we have a moral imperative to reduce the portion of society s common pool of resources spent on health care Watch the full length video on IHI TV Average Content Rating 0 user Your comments were submitted successfully Please enter a comment Please login to rate or comment on this content User Comments by Christina Bivona Tellez 7 13 2015 3 57 03 PM I have down loaded silverlight several times still unable to down load and view loading Did you find this user comment useful people found this user comment useful Report This by Delyse Vitartas 3 29 2015 11 23 41 AM can t download keep getting download silverlight I have silverlight but made sure it was the most current version Still won t run loading Did you find this user comment useful people found this user comment useful Report This Show More Comments Loading You are about to report a violation of our Terms of Use All reports are strictly confidential Reason Select One Contains profanity or violence Spam Defamatory Illegal Unlawful Copyright Violation Other Please select a reason for this report Add a Note Your comments were submitted successfully There was an error reporting your complaint More on This Topic Loading Pages first last WIHI Personal Mastery for Transformational Leadership December 17 2015 We might spend

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    up for IHI s Email Services updating Blogs Careers Improving Health and Health Care Worldwide Home About Us Topics Education Resources Regions Engage with IHI My IHI Home About Us Vision Mission Values History Science of Improvement Innovation People How to Get Involved Finances In the News Supporters Careers Contact FAQs Topics All Topics A Z Improvement Capability Person Family Centered Care Patient Safety Quality Cost and Value Triple Aim for Populations Education Education Overview Conferences In Person Training Virtual Training Audio and Video Programs Passport to IHI Training IHI Open School Resources Resources Overview How to Improve Measures Changes Improvement Stories Tools Publications IHI White Papers Case Studies Audio and Video Presentations Posterboards Other Websites Regions Regions Overview Africa Asia Pacific Europe Latin America Middle East North America Engage with IHI Engage with IHI Overview Collaboratives Initiatives Membership Programs Fellowship Programs Strategic Partnerships Customized Services Blogs and User Groups Resources All Quick Launch Resources Currently selected How to Improve Measures Changes Improvement Stories Tools Publications IHI White Papers Case Studies Audio and Video Presentations Posterboards Other Websites Page Content 1 item found Title Rating IHI National Forum 2014 Keynote Videos Watch videos of keynote presentations at IHI s 26th

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  • Profiles in Improvement: Sodzi Sodzi-Tettey, MD, MPH, IHI Director of Project Fives Alive!
    represent coverage in over 80 percent of the public sector hospitals in Ghana we have recorded a 28 percent reduction in facility based under five deaths and a 35 percent reduction in children dying from malaria This is really significant if you translate it into actual lives saved So these are pretty exciting times for the project We also started a new IHI Breakthrough Series Collaborative in Ghana where we are bringing community members into the Learning Sessions for the first time to address faulty referral processes that result in adverse outcomes We have doctors midwives and physicians assistants sitting around the table with traditional birth attendants transport managers youth activists and local government officials having conversations about how to provide safer and more reliable care for newborns and women in labor Q What accounts for the impressive progress your teams have made A significant factor in the growth of Project Fives Alive has been the policy impact it has had within the Ghanaian health system The results have motivated the Ghana Health Service to adapt our post natal care PNC registries and proposed indicators our referral registries and protocols for improving the timeliness completeness and accuracy of the District Health Information Systems We have also coauthored a book on quality and patient safety with colleagues in the Ghana Health Service We are scheduled to end implementation of Project Fives Alive in December 2015 and it has truly been a good run Another major influence on our results has been the strong technical leadership in QI we have enjoyed from IHI since the beginning of the project I would like to especially acknowledge the technical guidance of Lloyd Provost IHI Senior Fellow and Improvement Advisor and Pierre Barker IHI Senior Vice President especially in working with us to contextualize our learning in a structured curriculum for the training of more than 350 local Improvement Coaches to sustain the gains of our work I would also like to celebrate the overall leadership of Nneka Mobisson Etuk IHI s Executive Director of African Operations Under her guidance we have diversified our offerings in QI capability and pushed new frontiers such as supporting African Ministries of Health in developing National Quality Strategies for the first time Personally I feel honored to see that my own journey in this work mirrors IHI s African journey an expansion of learning connections and contributions in one country to new engagements today in South Africa Malawi Ethiopia and Nigeria With an exploding enthusiasm for QI training across the continent it is an exciting time to be representing IHI in Africa Q What are some of the challenges you see ahead for your work representing IHI in Africa One area is how IHI operationalizes its work in these new places IHI has a mission of improving health and health care throughout the world through strategic partnerships with various local organizations In Ghana that partnership is with the National Catholic Health Service So what happens when IHI goes into

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    is underpinned by strong technical leadership in QI and IHI s growing portfolio of work in Africa IHI National Forum 2014 Keynote Videos Watch videos of keynote presentations at IHI s 26th Annual National Forum in December 2014 freely available on IHI TV AND Is the New OR by Maureen Bisognano and Derek Feeley and A Report from Xanadu by Don Berwick The Importance of Context in Implementation Research The authors present a framework for implementation science a review of published HIV AIDS protocols for complex interventions a case study and preliminary recommendations that can be used to characterize context when reporting interventions and describing how context can be accounted for in implementation strategies Project JOINTS What Factors Affect Bundle Adoption in a Voluntary Quality Improvement Campaign This article examines how hospital adherence to quality improvement QI methods and hospital engagement with a large scale QI campaign Project JOINTS an IHI led initiative could facilitate the adoption of an enhanced prevention bundle designed to reduce surgical site infection SSI rates after orthopaedic surgery hip and knee arthroplasty Profiles in Improvement Nneka Mobisson Etuk MD Executive Director of African Operations IHI In this profile Dr Nneka Mobisson Etuk describes her leadership of IHI s work in Africa building on a near decade of quality improvement work focused on maternal and child health prevention of mother to child transmission of HIV quality planning strategy building improvement capability in the region and other areas of focus Storyboards from IHI 15th Annual International Summit on Improving Patient Care in the Office Practice and the Community Storyboards of improvement work on display at IHI s 15th Annual International Summit on Improving Patient Care in the Office Practice and the Community are freely available for all registered IHI org users to view Storyboards from IHI s 25th Annual National Forum on Quality Improvement in Health Care One of the highlights of every IHI National Forum is the rich collection of quality improvement storyboards presenting approaches results challenges and lessons learned from nearly every corner of the health care improvement world Promising Care How We Can Rescue Health Care by Improving It This book collects 16 landmark speeches given by Donald M Berwick including all of his speeches delivered at IHI s annual National Forum on Quality Improvement in Health Care from 2003 to 2012 that clearly show why our medical systems don t reliably contribute to our overall health Berwick offers a vision for making our systems better safer more effective more efficient and more humane Using Quality Improvement Methods to Test and Scale Up a New National Policy on Early Post natal Care in Ghana This initiative demonstrates the utility of a quality improvement QI approach in testing implementing and subsequent scaling up a national policy for early post natal care in a resource constrained setting and provides a model to accelerate the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals in Ghana and other resource poor countries Joint Learning Network for Universal Health Coverage Update This

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    for IHI African Operations talks about emerging quality improvement work in Ghana Malawi and South Africa A Region Bands Together for Quality Improvement Ko Awatea a new learning center in Auckland New Zealand that opened in June 2011 is a partnership between IHI and Counties Manukau District Health Board to establish a Quality and Innovation Center for the region Profiles in Improvement Nneka Mobisson Etuk MD Executive Director of African Operations IHI In this profile Dr Nneka Mobisson Etuk describes her leadership of IHI s work in Africa building on a near decade of quality improvement work focused on maternal and child health prevention of mother to child transmission of HIV quality planning strategy building improvement capability in the region and other areas of focus Profiles in Improvement Jennifer Lenoci Edwards RN MPH IHI Director Patient Safety In this profile Jennifer Lenoci Edwards IHI Director of Patient Safety talks about the experiences that shaped her passion and dedication to improving safety and the current focus of IHI s work in patient safety which includes safety across the continuum of care engaging patients in safety efforts and supporting health care teams in improving system reliability and enhancing their joy in work A Framework for Spread From Local Improvements to System Wide Change A key factor in closing the gap between best practice and common practice is the ability of health care providers and their organizations to rapidly spread innovations and new ideas Managing clinical knowledge for health care improvement The authors assess the growth in clinical research studies coupled with a slow rate of adoption often taking an average of 17 years for new evidence based findings to reach clinical practice IHI Seven Spreadly Sins Improvement teams often make some common missteps when it comes to successfully sharing and spreading improvement ideas in their organizations IHI s Seven Spreadly Sins infographic give teams practical tips for overcoming challenges that impede successful spread A Theory of Leadership for the Transformation for Health Care Organizations This paper proposes a conceptual framework for how to lead the quality transformation of health care organizations Saving 100 000 lives in US hospitals An initiative to cut avoidable deaths required rapid recruitment and support of large numbers of US hospitals Campaign leaders describe how they coordinate nationwide implementation of effective health care interventions and document lessons for effective spread Change Achievement Success Indicator CASI This assessment method checklist helps to assess to what extent an organization has taken the necessary actions to carry out a change successfully Planning for Scale A Guide for Designing Large Scale Improvement Initiatives This white paper may be used as a preparation tool by those that are planning to take effective health care practices from one setting or isolated environment and to make them ubiquitous across a health care system region state or nation A Quality Improvement Model for the Rapid Scale up of a Program to Prevent Mother to Child HIV Transmission in South Africa This article describes how a group

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    will lead to improvement WIHI Saving Lives by Design Lessons for All from Ghana s Project Fives Alive July 23 2015 One of the biggest ongoing challenges facing health and health care quality improvers is moving from small scale successes to large scale ones That s why it s incredibly inspiring to learn from initiatives like Project Fives Alive that are cracking the code Fostering HIV Program Quality to Achieve Epidemic Impact The official journal of the International AIDS Society IAS AIDS has published an open access special supplement this month on the importance of quality improvement in HIV AIDS care The supplement was co edited by IHI Senior Vice President Dr Pierre Barker who also co authored three articles in the issue Profiles in Improvement Jennifer Lenoci Edwards RN MPH IHI Director Patient Safety In this profile Jennifer Lenoci Edwards IHI Director of Patient Safety talks about the experiences that shaped her passion and dedication to improving safety and the current focus of IHI s work in patient safety which includes safety across the continuum of care engaging patients in safety efforts and supporting health care teams in improving system reliability and enhancing their joy in work Governing for Improved Health Hospital trustees play an important role in community health Health care organizations need to see themselves as part of a larger health care continuum and a key asset within their communities to promote and ensure health WIHI Reducing Risks and Defects with Help from the Front Lines April 23 2015 As health care quality improvement has matured it s common to hear the phrase Quality is everyone s responsibility But what does that mean more precisely and how does the concept apply day to day IHI Seven Spreadly Sins Improvement teams often make some common missteps when it comes to successfully sharing and spreading improvement ideas in their organizations IHI s Seven Spreadly Sins infographic give teams practical tips for overcoming challenges that impede successful spread Frontline Dyad Approach to Maximize Frontline Engagement in Improvement and Minimize Resource Use The Frontline Dyad Approach begins with a conversation with frontline staff to identify potential defects in care processes The approach encourages small scale testing with the smallest working group two frontline staff or dyad and because of the very important scoping function provides improvement with minimal resource use in a very short timeframe within 30 days or less Lessons Learned from Ghana s Project Fives Alive A Practical Guide for Designing and Executing Large Scale Improvement Initiatives How do you set up a large scale improvement project for success After seven years of rapidly and successfully scaling up high impact maternal and child health interventions across Ghana using a quality improvement approach the lessons learned from Project Fives Alive are documented in this practical guide Topics include project design day to day project management and leadership building QI capability managing complex partner relationships and deploying a core set of balanced metrics Profiles in Improvement Sodzi Sodzi Tettey MD MPH

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  • Overview
    28th Annual National Forum on Quality Improvement in Health Care December 4 7 2016 Orlando FL 2016 marks the 28th year of an event that has shaped the course of health care quality improvement in profound enduring ways IHI s annual National Forum on Quality Improvement in Health Care This conference is more than a chance to network with nearly 6 000 health care professionals and gain actionable ideas for your organization It s also an opportunity to play a part in effecting real change in health care quality and safety The Improvement Project Design Execute Get Results April 6 8 2016 Washington DC IHI s The Improvement Project Design Execute Get Results is a four month journey into the practical application of improvement science designed for people actively involved in designing and executing on health care improvement projects Getting Results at Scale April 7 8 2016 Cambridge MA Are you struggling with how to implement and sustain improvements across your hospital or health system This seminar will advance your capability to take improvements to full scale across your organization or system as you create solutions for unsolved gaps in care or services Learn an approach that includes a more cohesive and balanced set of steps for achieving and sustaining system wide change Improvement Advisor Professional Development Program Begins March 14 2016 Cambridge MA This hands on 10 month program teaches participants to identify plan lead and spread improvement efforts across their organizations Participants will apply their learning throughout the program by directing substantive improvement projects at their own organizations and will become highly effective leaders in helping their organizations accomplish strategic improvement plans It is this combination of theory applied to daily work that makes this program unique and provides a foundation for making improvements long after the program is completed Need Help Email info ihi org Call 617 301 4800 866 787 0831 Toll Free Available Monday Friday 9am 5pm ET IHI Offering Page Overview Page Content Middle managers play a vital role in their organizations success at meeting strategic and improvement goals As the bridge between senior leadership and the front lines they turn high level objectives into action at the department or unit level Unfortunately many of them are unprepared for their important positions due to a lack of adequate resources and guidance For department and unit managers to succeed in achieving their aims these individuals must have the necessary training and skills to lead improvement initiatives To meet this need the Institute for Healthcare Improvement IHI is pleased to offer Leading Quality Improvement Essentials for Managers This in depth virtual program will provide middle managers with the necessary expertise required to help their organizations achieve strategic goals nurture staff enthusiasm and commitment and improve processes Experts with a wealth of experience in improvement science measurement modeling coaching innovation and making the business case will teach the skills managers need to excel in their jobs In nine sessions over the course of four to six months

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  • What Are the Barriers to Partnering with Patients?
    the continuum and to explore how individuals and communities can have an impact on improving care promoting health and lowering costs within our changing health care system Patient Reported Measures A Key to High Value Health Systems Begins April 6 2016 IHI Expedition Patient Reported Measures also known as Patient Reported Outcome Measures are used to improve the value of care by getting information directly from patients about their functional health This three month interactive virtual program will examine how their use in the US is growing as ways to measure performance change in response to pressures to improve both outcomes in quality and cost Some reimbursement requirements will eventually include patient reported measures will your organization be ready IHI Open School Page What Are the Barriers to Partnering with Patients Page Content Barbara Balik RN IHI Senior Faculty Common Fire Healthcare Consulting IHI Media Player Silverlight web part for playing Audio and Video files Have trouble viewing this video Watch it on YouTube or read the transcript Learning Objectives At the end of this activity you will be able to Discuss the barriers to providers partnering with patients Explain the obstacles to partnering with patients at an organizational level Identify at least one question to ask patients to help build partnerships Description True partnerships with patients are difficult to develop In this video Barbara Balik RN explains some of the barriers to building partnerships with patients on the level of the provider patient relationship and on the level of an organization She discusses the role of health education organizational culture and leadership in creating culture that either discourages or fosters patient partnerships Discussion Questions Of the barriers to partnerships between patients and providers which do you find the most difficult to overcome Why What strategies can you think of

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