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  • How Can QI Bring Clinical Colleagues Together?
    Resources IHI Open School Page How Can QI Bring Clinical Colleagues Together Page Content James Moses MD MPH Medical Director of Quality Improvement Boston Medical Center 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 Explain why quality improvement QI can help build relationships among clinical colleagues Describe how QI can contribute to clinicians joy in work Description According to IHI Open School Academic Advisor Dr James Moses teamwork is an essential part of quality improvement and QI is a perfect activity for bringing interdisciplinary teammates closer together Learn more about using QI to strengthen your relationships with colleagues and build joy in work in this IHI Open School video short Discussion Questions Dr Moses calls quality improvement a systems sport What does he mean by that Why does he say that systems work by definition requires interdisciplinary teamwork What opportunities have you had to work across disciplines in your school or organization Where do you think you might find or create more of these types of opportunities How is working with people of different backgrounds rewarding and how is it challenging Dr Moses mentions the challenge of working with people who have differences of opinion Describe a time you disagreed with a colleague What happened and how did you move forward What did you learn from the experience Average Content Rating 1 user Your comments were submitted successfully Please enter a comment Please login to rate or comment on this content User Comments 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

    Original URL path: http://www.ihi.org/education/IHIOpenSchool/resources/Pages/Activities/Moses-QIBringCliniciansCloser.aspx (2016-02-01)
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  • Improvement Blog
    more patient centered at a 716 bed academic medical center in Springfield Massachusetts In this post she explains why quality improvement training has helped her staff reach the highest percentile in surveys of employee engagement Her team recentl read full post Tag s Improvement Capability Quality Quality and improvement Quality and Patient Safety Leadership leadership for improvement 5 Myths about Building Quality Improvement Capability Posted by Kimberly Mitchell on Friday Jan 23 2015 Building improvement capability is not only about skill building it also includes creating an environment in which frontline staff can identify and participate in needed improvements In this post David Munch MD Senior Vice President and Chief Clinical Officer for Healthcare Performance Partners argues in favor of better support for middle managers who lead improvement efforts by dispelling myths about building improvement capability Dr Munch is faculty for IHI s web based program Leadin read full post Tag s Improvement Capability Quality Quality and improvement Quality and Patient Safety Leadership leadership for improvement New Healthcare Executive Article What does it take to be Conversation Ready Posted by Caitlin Littlefield on Thursday Jun 27 2013 Kelly McCutcheon Adams LICSW Director IHI Two years ago at a medical appointment the medical assistant asked me if I have any medication reactions This was different than asking at prior appointments about medication allergies so I gave a different answer yes my brain gets nutty if I take cough syrup with guaifenesin in it Since that day every time I show up at a medical appointment at any doctor s office in my community at the walk in clinic or at the emergency depar read full post Tag s Conversation Ready Patient Safety Quality Patient Family Centered Care Follow Me Subscribe Blog Archive 2016 9 January 9 2015 64 December 7 November

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  • Improvement Blog
    Worth the Investment Why One Quality Director Believes in Building Improvement Skills Posted by Kimberly Mitchell on Thursday Nov 19 2015 Stephanie Calcasola has seen firsthand the challenges of improvement in a large academic medical center As Director of Quality and Medical Management at Baystate Medical Center she works with a team to improve quality reduce costs and make care more patient centered at a 716 bed academic medical center in Springfield Massachusetts In this post she explains why quality improvement training has helped her staff reach the highest percentile in surveys of employee engagement Her team recentl read full post Tag s Improvement Capability Quality Quality and improvement Quality and Patient Safety Leadership leadership for improvement 5 Myths about Building Quality Improvement Capability Posted by Kimberly Mitchell on Friday Jan 23 2015 Building improvement capability is not only about skill building it also includes creating an environment in which frontline staff can identify and participate in needed improvements In this post David Munch MD Senior Vice President and Chief Clinical Officer for Healthcare Performance Partners argues in favor of better support for middle managers who lead improvement efforts by dispelling myths about building improvement capability Dr Munch is faculty for IHI s web based program Leadin read full post Tag s Improvement Capability Quality Quality and improvement Quality and Patient Safety Leadership leadership for improvement Follow Me Subscribe Blog Archive 2016 9 January 9 2015 64 December 7 November 6 October 5 September 3 August 10 July 8 June 1 May 6 April 4 March 7 February 4 January 3 2014 50 December 9 November 3 October 3 September 4 August 3 July 9 May 2 April 2 March 12 February 2 January 1 2013 34 October 3 September 2 August 4 July 3 June 4 May 4 April

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  • Session Descriptions
    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 Home Education Conferences 27th Annual National Forum Session Descriptions Conferences 27th Annual National Forum 27th Annual National Forum Agenda Who Should Attend Featured Speakers Session Descriptions Hotel Travel Calls for Proposals Continuing Education Satellite Broadcast Meeting Materials Students and Residents Scientific Symposium Sponsors Exhibitors On Site Activities FAQs Fees Enrollment IHI L Wide Session Descriptions Page Content Use our interactive tool below to browse National Forum sessions by day presenter track and more Loading data for the event please wait By Date 0 href javascript void 0 onclick Ihi ForumBrochure Helper SelectTab this class tabItem data value type By Type 0 href javascript void 0 onclick Ihi ForumBrochure Helper SelectTab this class tabItem data value track By Track 0 href javascript void 0 onclick Ihi ForumBrochure Helper SelectTab this class tabItem data value presenter By Presenter 0 href javascript void 0 onclick Ihi ForumBrochure Helper SelectTab this class tabItem data value all Search All 0 href javascript void 0 onclick Ihi ForumBrochure Helper SelectTab this class tabItem data value exhibitors Exhibitors 0 click Ihi ForumBrochure Helper FilterSessionsByDate bind data attr id id class navItem 0 class navItem Search Presenters Your search for did not match any presenter names Search Sessions Your search for did not match any sessions Heading to the National Forum with a group Plan who is going to what sessions with our new downloadable session planner The 27th Annual IHI National Forum Conference Guide is now available Click on the image below to browse

    Original URL path: http://www.ihi.org/education/Conferences/Forum2015/Pages/Session-Descriptions.aspx (2016-02-01)
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  • Improvement Blog
    know that data should help you understand your performance over time But what if your data could show you the future In this blog post Andrey Ostrovsky MD a practicing physician and social entrepreneur and Lynne Chase Massachusetts Program Director of The New England Quality Innovation Network Quality Improvement Organization explain how analytics are helping health systems improve outcomes for patients in crises and transition from fee for service care into valu read full post Tag s innovation Health Equity Quality Improvement Data and Measurement To Risk Adjust or Not to Risk Adjust Yes Posted by John Gauthier on Monday May 05 2014 Amy Reid is a Senior Research Associate on the Results and Evaluation team at IHI and Don Goldmann MD is IHI s Chief Scientific and Medical Officer Reid and Goldmann are members of IHI s Diversity and Inclusion Council and are passionate about health equity In the United States the National Quality Forum NQF is considering when and how to use risk adjustment for sociodemographic factors to assess quality of care while balancing the need to make health inequities visible and hold the heal read full post Tag s Triple Aim The Best Care for the Whole Population at the Lowest Cost Triple Aim for Populations Health Equity equity Equitable Care Delivery Mobile Health Map innovation innovation with value in healthcare Lessons Best Practices and Chasing Zero Posted by Caitlin Littlefield on Wednesday Jul 03 2013 By Marian JohnsonSenior Research Associate Innovation What is an Improvement Advisor I found out when I had the opportunity to complete IHI s Improvement Advisor IA Program In this 10 month long professional development endeavor I learned and practiced many valuable skills setting aims choosing measures performing PDSA cycles and analyzing run charts These are skills that I have put to use in my daily work at IHI completing 90 day projects for IHI s Research and Development Team read full post Tag s Improvement Advisor Professional Development Program Professional Education and Practice IHI 90 Day R D Process innovation Taking on a TEDMED Great Challenge Posted by Jameson Case on Friday Nov 02 2012 By Kedar Mate Faculty IHI Several months ago I had an opportunity to be a part of something exciting the 2012 TEDMED annual conference In addition to taking in the dazzling array of presentations on the microbiome the future of medical training guitar playing from NIH director Francis Collins and a surprise appearance from Cookie Monster I had been invited to represent a great challenge in American medicine and healthcare There were 50 challenges that had been selected by a team f read full post Tag s TEDMED Best Practices for clinical areas innovation Follow Me Subscribe Blog Archive 2016 9 January 9 2015 64 December 7 November 6 October 5 September 3 August 10 July 8 June 1 May 6 April 4 March 7 February 4 January 3 2014 50 December 9 November 3 October 3 September 4 August 3 July 9 May 2 April

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  • Improvement Blog
    should help you understand your performance over time But what if your data could show you the future In this blog post Andrey Ostrovsky MD a practicing physician and social entrepreneur and Lynne Chase Massachusetts Program Director of The New England Quality Innovation Network Quality Improvement Organization explain how analytics are helping health systems improve outcomes for patients in crises and transition from fee for service care into valu read full post Tag s innovation Health Equity Quality Improvement Data and Measurement Lessons Beyond Africa Using the Project Fives Alive Lessons Learned Guide Posted by Kimberly Mitchell on Wednesday Jul 08 2015 Some people might assume that IHI s new Lessons Learned from Ghana s Project Fives Alive A Practical Guide for Designing and Executing Large Scale Improvement Initiatives publication is not helpful to them if they re not involved in maternal and child health or working in Africa or trying to spread something across an entire country Not IHI Improvement Advisor Jane Taylor In this blog post she explains how she s been applying its guidance about large scale improvement to a range of work in read full post Tag s Improvement Capability Large Scale Improvement Quality Improvement Data and Measurement Project Fives Alive in Ghana Data Use in Large Scale Improvement Projects The Experience of Project Fives Alive Posted by Kimberly Mitchell on Friday Apr 17 2015 Sodzi Sodzi Tettey MD MPH is the Institute for Healthcare Improvement s Senior Technical Director Africa Region and Director of Project Fives Alive in Ghana In this post he talks about some challenges and lessons learned from using data to support the project s work across Ghana to reduce mortality of children under five years of age In March 2015 I presented aspects of Project Fives Alive s work at the Consortium of Universities in Global Health meeting in Boston A curious colleague read full post Tag s Improvement Capability Quality Improvement Data and Measurement Data Reporting and Analysis Large Scale Improvement Maternal and Child Health Mortality Reduction Project Fives Alive in Ghana Ghana Africa Africa Advanced Measurement Techniques in Improvement Work Posted by Kimberly Mitchell on Wednesday Feb 11 2015 Measurement is vital for improvement Organizations need measures to identify opportunities for improvement and to understand the impact of their improvement work Richard Scoville PhD an independent consultant specializing in health care quality improvement and performance measurement is a long time IHI Improvement Advisor and faculty for IHI s Advanced Measurement for Improvement seminar scheduled for February 4 5 2016 He is also co author of the IHI white paper Comparing Lean and Qual read full post Tag s Improvement Capability Improvement Methods and Tools Model for Improvement Data and Measurement Follow Me Subscribe Blog Archive 2016 9 January 9 2015 64 December 7 November 6 October 5 September 3 August 10 July 8 June 1 May 6 April 4 March 7 February 4 January 3 2014 50 December 9 November 3 October 3 September 4 August 3 July 9

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  • Continuing Education
    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 Home Education In Person Training Advanced Measurement for Improvement Continuing Education In Person Training Advanced Measurement for Improvement My Filters Advanced Measurement for Improvement Session Agenda Session Faculty Hotel Travel Continuing Education Currently selected Session Materials Fees Enrollment Advanced Measurement for Improvement Session Agenda Session Faculty Hotel Travel Continuing Education Session Materials Fees Enrollment Need Help Email info ihi org Call 617 301 4800 866 787 0831 Toll Free Available Monday Friday 9am 5pm ET IHI Offering Page Continuing Education Page Content In support of improving patient care the Institute for Healthcare Improvement is accredited by the American Nurses Credentialing Center ANCC the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education ACPE and the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education ACCME to provide continuing education for the health care team The Advanced Measurement for Improvement seminar carries a maximum of 13 credits The Institute for Healthcare Improvement designates this live activity for a maximum of 13 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit s Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity Instructions In order to be eligible for a continuing education certificate attendees must complete the online evaluation within 30 days of the continuing education activity After this period you will be unable to receive a certificate Continuing

    Original URL path: http://www.ihi.org/education/InPersonTraining/AdvancedMeasurementforImprovement/pages/continuingeducation.aspx (2016-02-01)
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  • Session Faculty
    Monday Friday 9am 5pm ET IHI Offering Page Session Faculty Page Content Disclaimer Consistent with the IHI s policy faculty for this program are expected to disclose at the beginning of their presentation s any econ omic or other personal interests that create or may be perceived as creating a conflict related to the material discussed The intent of this disclosure is not to prevent a speaker with a significant financial or other relationship from making a presentation but rather to provide listeners with information on which they can make their own judgments Unless otherwise noted below each presenter provided full disclosure information does not intend to discuss an unapproved investigative use of a commercial product device and has no significant financial relationship s to disclose If unapproved uses of products are discussed presenters are expected to disclose this to participants Expert Faculty A team of expert Improvement Advisors working with the Institute for Healthcare Improvement has designed this intense program This core group of experts will be intimately involved in the overall design implementation direct training and participant coaching Program Faculty are subject to change between offerings Gerald J Langley MS Statistician and Consultant Associates in Process Improvement is also a Senior Fellow of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement IHI He has served as faculty for IHI improvement initiatives on improving medication safety innovations in planned care improving service in health care and the Triple Aim initiative to simultaneously improve the care experience and population health while reducing total cost He has also supported a number of large scale improvement initiatives including the HRSA Health Disparities Collaborative and Improving Patient Care for the Indian Health Service His expertise with data and computers plays a key role in his consulting work and research Mr Langley has authored numerous articles on

    Original URL path: http://www.ihi.org/education/InPersonTraining/ImprovementAdvisor/2016FebruaryImprovementAdvisorProfessionalDevelopmentProgram/Pages/faculty.aspx (2016-02-01)
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