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  • Audio and Video Programs
    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 Home Education Audio and Video Programs Audio and Video Programs Audio and Video Programs Education Conferences In Person Training Virtual Training Audio and Video Programs IHI Open School IHI LR 2 Col Audio and Video Programs Page Content WIHI A Free Audio Program from IHI It s free it s timely and it s designed to help dedicated legions of health care improvers worldwide keep up with some of the freshest and most robust thinking and strategies for improving patient care Learn More Author in the Room Although we are no longer offering new Author in the Room teleconferences there is a rich archive of audio recordings and related materials available Learn More On Demand Presentations Free and available to view at your convenience On Demand An Introduction to the Model for Improvement On Demand Building Skills in Data Collection and Understanding Variation On Demand Using Run and Control Charts to Understand Variation On Demand Improvement Skills to Empower Front Line Nurses On Demand Eating Soup with a Fork On Demand Tense The IHI Membership Guiding Your Improvement Journey Get free

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  • Engage with IHI
    care for all Working with the global IHI community we motivate and build the will for change identify and test innovative models of care and ensure the broadest possible adoption of proven practices that improve individual and population health To accomplish this important work we cannot and do not work alone IHI engages willing partners through rich collaborative improvement key initiatives strategic partnerships fellowship and membership programs and services designed to meet the unique needs of those with whom we work Collaboratives IHI s most intensive front line improvement work happens in Collaboratives These programs usually at least nine months long are designed for organizations committed to achieving significant and sustainable improvement on a specific topic Through shared learning both in person and virtual teams from a variety of organizations work with each other and IHI faculty to rapidly test and implement changes that lead to lasting improvement Initiatives IHI initiatives are typically large in scale months or years in duration engaging diverse teams from across the health care community and the world to work collaboratively on a broad array of topics These initiatives set ambitious improvement goals test innovations spread best practices and focus on achieving system wide transformation Strategic Partnerships IHI engages deeply with a select group of large organizations around the world to achieve transformative system wide aims These organizations known as Strategic Partners share IHI s mission to improve health and health care and are in a position to make a substantial impact for patients and populations With our Strategic Partners we build improvement capability innovate and test ideas and form a community that works together to advance our mission globally Membership Programs IHI s membership programs offer support and advice from peers and expert faculty Supports include in depth training tools and expert resources These

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  • Memberships
    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 Home Engage with IHI Memberships Memberships Memberships Engage with IHI Collaboratives Initiatives Memberships Fellowships at IHI Customized Services IHI LR 2 Col Memberships Page Content Get improvement support and advice from peers and expert faculty Access more in depth training tools and expert resources for your entire staff IHI Leadership Alliance Today s health care leaders have at least two major jobs Deliver great health care and high value today and innovate for the emerging health and health care models of tomorrow These are the goals of the IHI Leadership Alliance an exclusive leadership initiative for ambitious health care system executives and their teams IHI will provide a place to come together with experts and partners access the organizations that are the closest to achieving these aims and drive the innovation and improvement required to discover the roadmap to success for your organization Passport to IHI Training A Membership for Hospitals and Health Systems With your Passport to IHI Training hospitals and health systems can Put improvement skills into action at the bedside Train managers to lead improvement Build fundamental improvement and safety skills with online

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  • IHI Virtual Expeditions for Teams
    Health Systems Begins April 6 2016 IHI Virtual Expedition Advancing Safer Maternal and Newborn Care Begins April 14 2016 IHI Virtual Expedition Improving Community Health Population Management in the Safety Net Begins April 14 2016 IHI Virtual Expedition Reducing Clostridium difficile C diff Infections Begins May 2016 IHI Virtual Expedition Engaging Patients and Families in the ICU Begins July 2016 CURRENTLY UNDERWAY IHI Virtual Expedition Implementing a Population Based Approach to Prevent Injuries from Falls Begins January 20 2016 What is an IHI Virtual Expedition An IHI Virtual Expedition is a topic specific action focused virtual p rogram that typically lasts two to four months Expeditions are designed to help multidisciplinary teams make rapid improvements in the areas of greatest concern to healthcare organizations today Each program is an intensive virtual support system where expert faculty are serving as your guides The Program This program will include Send Off Call to orient teams review the plan and discuss specific steps Check In Calls every two weeks with expert faculty to get feedback and adjust team plans and activities Opportunities to share with and learn from other participating organizations Opportunities for periodic check ins with faculty Concluding Call to reflect on achievements and plot the next steps Success Factors Teams will need the following to be successful in this Expedition Strong team based improvement capacity Designated team ideally to include a nurse working on the testing unit or able to lead the work an internal quality performance improvement expert and a physician champion Sponsorship and support from hospital leadership Clear commitment to the goal and the process Details IHI holds more than 15 IHI Virtual Expeditions per year for teams to apply their quality improvement skills in action Passport to IHI Training members may join as many IHI Virtual Expeditions as they would like for FREE so multidisciplinary teams can make rapid improvements in some of the areas of greatest concern to hospitals today Teams can direct enroll in any one IHI Virtual Expedition program for 750 Past IHI Virtual Expeditions Accelerating Improvement with Physician Partnerships 2014 Advanced Techniques to Improve Your HCAHPS Score 2011 Advancing Pain Management and Opioid Safety 2015 Antibiotic Stewardship 2014 Antibiotic Stewardship Decreasing Both Waste Cost 2011 Appropriate Use of Blood Products 2011 Appropriate Use of Blood Products 2014 Beyond the CHNA Hospitals and the Community Health Improvement Process 2015 Developing Employee Wellness Programs in Hospitals 2013 Early Warning Systems The Next Level of Rapid Response 2011 Effective Implementation of Heart Failure Core Processes 2011 Eliminating Overuse in Medical Imaging 2014 Engaging Patients and Families in Multidisciplinary Rounds 2014 Identifying and Removing Waste 2011 Impacting Hand Hygiene at the Frontline 2013 Improving Care for Frail Older Adults with Complex Needs 2013 Improving Flow in Key Hospital Units Surgery ICU ED 2010 Improving Medication Safety from the Patient s Perspective 2015 Improving Patient Experience Lessons from the Field 2012 Improving the Patient Experience and Making It Stick 2013 Improving Patient Safety with Health Technology 2015 Improving Perinatal

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  • IHI Open School Course Subscriptions
    select fundamental courses Students residents and professors as well as learners from the Least Developed Countries may access the online courses for free by registering on www ihi org In order to provide free access to these groups IHI charges health professionals a modest annual subscription fee to access the online courses and obtain contact hours Professional Subscriptions The following subscription options are available to health care organizations Hundreds of organizations around the world are using the IHI Open School courses to train staff and build improvement capability Scholarships are available in cases of financial hardship to offset the costs of the subscription fee Critical Access Hospitals National Association of Public Hospital Members rural hospitals and those interested in applying for scholarship funding should submit an application Professional Subscription Individual This provides a single user access to all the IHI Open School courses for 12 months Professional Subscription Individual 1 participant 300 Professional Subscription Organization This provides a defined number of users in an organization access to the courses for 12 months A key contact at the organization can track the following user information Name and title Post lesson assessment scores Courses and lessons completed Course and lesson start and completion dates Ratings and comments Pricing varies based on number of users Professional Subscription Organization Up to 50 participants 3 600 51 100 participants 5 400 101 250 participants 9 000 251 500 participants 13 800 More than 500 participants Contact openschool ihi org Academic Subscriptions The following subscription is available to those who are interested in tracking student and resident usage in the IHI Open School online courses Hundreds of faculty members in all different health professions are integrating select courses into their formal curriculum both as an elective and as a requirement Student Subscription This provides a faculty

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  • Open School Home Page
    your team deliver excellent safe care When you engage with the Open School courses and Chapters you join more than 250 000 learners from universities organizations and health systems around the world in building core skills in improvement safety and leadership Open School The IHI Open School brings you essential training and tools in an online educational community to help you and your team deliver excellent safe care When you engage with the Open School courses and Chapters you join more than 250 000 learners from universities organizations and health systems around the world in building core skills in improvement safety and leadership New on the Website The Spread of the IHI Open School Courses Universities and health organizations around the world are integrating IHI Open School courses into curricula and training programs Explore and join the list Download the IHI Open School Mobile App Now available for iPhones and iPads Learn more Join us for the 19th annual International Forum April 8 11 Paris France Join more than 3 000 of your colleagues from 80 countries This year s theme Improve Quality Reduce Costs Save Lives will continue to build upon previous Forums commitment to excellent safe and affordable health care Learn more Content Editor 5 Quick Links Take a Course Español Português Join a Chapter Subscribe to the Weekly Newsletter Browse Activities Make a Donation div data cycle next carousel next data cycle prev carousel prev data cycle carousel visible 3 data allow wrap true SUBSCRIPTION Subscribe to the IHI Open School courses Learn how you or your organization can gain access to our growing catalog of online courses VIDEO LIBRARY Browse the IHI Open School video library Choose from more than 150 videos full of bite sized pearls from health care leaders around the world INTEGRATION See

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  • Measures
    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 Home Resources Measures Measures Resources Resources How to Improve Measures Changes Improvement Stories Tools Publications IHI White Papers Case Studies Audio and Video Presentations Posterboards Other Websites IHI LR Wide Measures Page Content Measurement is a critical part of testing and implementing changes measures tell a team whether the changes they are making actually lead to improvement Measurement is a key element in the Model for Improvement a simple yet powerful tool for accelerating improvement that has been used successfully by the Institute for Healthcare Improvement and hundreds of health care organizations in many countries to improve numerous health care processes and outcomes In improvement work the team should use a balanced set of measures Plot data for these measures over time using a run chart a simple and effective way to determine whether the changes you are making are leading to improvement For more information See How to Improve Establishing Measures Improvement Tracker on IHI org Track your improvement over time Select or create your measure set your aim and enter your data The Improvement Tracker automatically graphs your data and lets you create customized reports Featured Content

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  • Changes for Improvement
    your team determine if the changes you are implementing are leading to improvement The Fundamentals of Improvement first last Using Change Concepts for Improvement The ability to develop test and implement changes is essential for any individual group or organization that wants to continuously improve Changes to Foster a Culture of Safety first last Appoint a Safety Champion for Every Unit Communicating information about patient safety is an important responsibility that should not always fall to managers alone Conduct Patient Safety Leadership WalkRounds Senior leaders wishing to demonstrate their commitment to safety and learn about the safety issues in their own organization can do so by making regular rounds for the sole purpose of discussing safety with the staff Conduct Safety Briefings Safety briefings in patient care units are tools to increase safety awareness among front line staff and foster a culture of safety Create a Reporting System In a culture of safety staff members are aware of safety issues and are free to report conditions that could lead to near misses or actual adverse events Create an Adverse Event Response Team After any adverse event members of the response team take prompt action Designate a Patient Safety Officer True commitment to patient safety requires action not just statements about its importance Develop a Culture of Safety In a culture of safety people are not merely encouraged to work toward change they take action when it is needed Involve Patients in Safety Initiatives Patients and their families can provide another layer of defense against adverse events and in fact they are often the best sources of information Provide Feedback to Front Line Staff Feedback to the front line staff is a critical component of demonstrating a commitment to safety and ensuring that staff members continue to report safety issues Reenact Real Adverse Events from Your Hospital With staff members as actors a simple skit or videotape of a reenacted adverse event or near miss can raise safety awareness and teach both staff and management valuable safety lessons Relay Safety Reports at Shift Changes Certain situations increase the risk of adverse events and should prompt staff to be even more safety conscious than usual Simulate Possible Adverse Events Many other industries particularly aviation use simulation to teach people to recognize problems and understand the effects of their responses in a safe environment Changes to Improve Medication Safety first last Improve Core Processes for Administering Medications Well designed administering processes minimize the risk of failures and errors both of which can lead to adverse drug events ADEs Improve Core Processes for Dispensing Medications Core processes for dispensing medications have become enormously complex and the risk of errors and process failures has increased as a result Improve Core Processes for Ordering Medications Core processes for ordering medications have become enormously complex and the risk of errors and process failures has grown in turn Evidence Based Care Bundles first last What Is a Bundle IHI Vice President and patient safety expert Carol Haraden PhD

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