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    Agenda Session Faculty Hotel Travel Continuing Education Session Materials Fees Need Help Email info ihi org Call 617 301 4800 866 787 0831 Toll Free Available Monday Friday 9am 5pm ET IHI Offering Page Fees Page Content Enrollment Fee Regular Rate 1 975 per person Groups of three or more from the same organization 1 679 per person Additional Meeting Details Meals Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided on all meeting days Participants will be responsible for their own dinners Dress Code Please dress business casual You may wish to bring a sweater or jacket since the meeting rooms are cold at times Scholarships and Special Discounts Available IHI is pleased to offer a limited amount of funding for scholarships and special discounts Please note that scholarships and special discounts are available to assist with program registration costs ONLY and are not applicable for travel food or accommodation costs associated with attending the program To apply for scholarships and special discounts complete the online Scholarship and Special Discount Application Special Discounts IHI is pleased to offer a limited number of 50 discounts for this program for employees of Independent United States Federally Qualified Health Centers FQHCs that are not affiliated with a hospital or health system Critical Access Hospitals Independent practices with fewer than 20 physicians Hospitals with fewer than 50 beds Members of America s Essential Hospitals formerly NAPH Need Based Scholarships For this program IHI is pleased to offer a limited amount of scholarship funding to offset the general conference fees in cases of financial hardship To Apply Please complete the online Scholarship and Special Discount Application Group Discount Groups of three or more individuals from the same organization are eligible to receive a discounted rate of 1 679 per person When enrolling choose Group Rate from

    Original URL path: http://www.ihi.org/education/InPersonTraining/AdvancedMeasurementforImprovement/feb2016AdvancedMeasurementforImprovement/Pages/enrollment.aspx (2016-02-01)
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    and Video Programs February 18 2016 Morality Matters How to Reset the Mission of Quality Improvement My Filters February 18 2016 Morality Matters How to Reset the Mission of Quality Improvement Enrollment Featured Speakers Technology February 18 2016 Morality Matters How to Reset the Mission of Quality Improvement Enrollment Featured Speakers Technology Need Help Email info ihi org Call 617 301 4800 866 787 0831 Toll Free Available Monday Friday 9am 5pm ET IHI Offering Page Session Details Page Content February 18 2016 2 00 PM ET Morality Matters How to Reset the Mission of Quality Improvement Donald M Berwick MD MPP FRCP President Emeritus and Senior Fellow Institute for Healthcare Improvement Jessica Berwick MD MPH Internist Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Boston What is the true north for the health care quality improvement movement What are the questions leaders and champions of quality and safety initiatives must periodically ask themselves as a natural part of the process of seeking dramatic change If you re IHI s founder and President Emeritus and Senior Fellow Don Berwick the questions and the answers are often moral ones Don is known for reminding improvers at critical moments that whatever they re working hard on must finally come back to the patients themselves and principles of service and healing relationships When the vision starts to go blurry in a miasma of metrics and measures and monitoring Don argues we lose our way In December Don took to the podium at IHI s National Forum in Orlando and delivered a keynote calling for what he labeled a moral era for the health care quality improvement movement Era Three We invite you to watch Don s speech as we re going to be discussing it with him on the Feb 18 WIHI Morality Matters How to

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    IHI to optimize the health of a defined population and improve the care experience while reducing per capita costs Yet while organizations and coalitions understand the benefits of implementing the framework they re not clear on how to begin the change process especially when initiatives happen in silos and no one is accountable for all three dimensions of the Triple Aim IHI s Kick Start the Triple Aim web based program will help you address these challenges and ramp up your efforts The program includes five WebEx calls followed by a period of action and testing of change Each call in this program will examine focused objectives and actionable steps for setting up your infrastructure to pursue the Triple Aim Working with IHI leaders and industry peers in this program you will learn how to Leverage a robust framework and guiding principles to better manage populations toward the Triple Aim Establish the governance learning and execution infrastructure at all levels of your system Manage and measure progress for a portfolio of system level projects In addition participation in this program includes your membership in the IHI Triple Aim virtual learning network an online community dedicated to the support of organizations pursuing the Triple Aim This community already consists of more than 140 organizations from around the world that have worked with IHI on the Triple Aim Virtual learning network activities include a listserv and quarterly communication calls Who should attend Kick Start the Triple Aim is ideally suited for The team in your organization that is leading the charge to move toward population management and or taking on risk contracts Community leaders who understand the benefits of improving the health of populations and are ready to make measurable progress The individual in your organization who will be responsible for the day to day oversight of projects within the Triple Aim portfolio The staff member or members charged with developing measures and collecting data to assess progress toward goals On one of the calls we suggest that your senior lead C suite level or equivalent executive who champions Triple Aim work and influences your organizational strategy participates to hear and fully understand the work plan A Unique Opportunity to Learn from the Source IHI designed the Triple Aim that is based on six phases of testing with more than 100 organizations around the world Enroll in Kick Start the Triple Aim and you ll gain invaluable insight from the visionaries and thought leaders who created the framework For more background on the IHI Triple Aim read the free IHI White Paper A Guide to Measuring the Triple Aim Population Health Experience of Care and Per Capita Cost Expedition kick start the triple aim Begins February 24 2016 Regular rate 750 per web phone connection More info Testimonials IHI s Kick Start the Triple Aim provides a fantastic structure which paired with guidance from the IHI team has been invaluable in helping me define my population measure results and perhaps most importantly

    Original URL path: http://www.ihi.org/education/WebTraining/Webinars/Web_Action/2016FebruaryKickStartTheTripleAim/Pages/default.aspx (2016-02-01)
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  • Session Details
    February 2016 In Person Training Improvement Coach February 2016 My Filters Improvement Coach February 2016 Session Agenda Session Faculty Hotel Travel Fees Return to Seminar Overview Continuing Education All Dates Locations Improvement Coach February 2016 Session Agenda Session Faculty Hotel Travel Fees Return to Seminar Overview Continuing Education All Dates Locations Need Help Email info ihi org Call 617 301 4800 866 787 0831 Toll Free Available Monday Friday 9am 5pm ET IHI Offering Page Session Details Page Content Improvement Coaches need to appreciate the human side of change Silverlight web part for playing Audio and Video files Web based component begins February 25 2016 First in person component begins March 8 2016 in Cambridge MA Second in person component begins April 26 2016 in Cambridge MA Learn how to identify plan and lead improvement projects throughout an organization Aim The aim of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement s IHI s Improvement Coach Program is to develop your health care improvement acumen so you can coach improvement teams and facilitate improvement strategies within your organization The expectation is not that you will change your current role and become a improvement professional Rather the course will build your knowledge and skills in the application of the science of improvement which will in turn complement your specific area of specialization Drivers When you complete the program you will be able to When you complete the Improvement Coach Program you will be able to Understand the science of improvement Use the Model for Improvement MFI as a roadmap for improvement projects Coach improvement teams in the use of the MFI to develop test and implement changes Engage your organization s leaders in improvement work projects Understand how to use data for improvement including how to use run charts Use key quality improvement tools

    Original URL path: http://www.ihi.org/education/InPersonTraining/ImprovementCoach/ImprovementCoachFebruary2016/Pages/default.aspx (2016-02-01)
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    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 Virtual Training Webinars Web ACTION Reliably Reducing Sepsis Mortality Virtual Training Reliably Reducing Sepsis Mortality My Filters Reliably Reducing Sepsis Mortality Session Agenda Session Faculty Session Materials Fees Enrollment Continuing Education Reliably Reducing Sepsis Mortality Session Agenda Session Faculty Session Materials Fees Enrollment Continuing Education Need Help Email info ihi org Call 617 301 4800 866 787 0831 Toll Free Available Monday Friday 9am 5pm ET IHI Offering Page Session Details Page Content There are approximately 750 000 new cases of severe sepsis each year in the US with at least 210 000 fatalities As more very frail and at risk people are treated and as acute care becomes more aggressive the detection of sepsis is increasingly important Reducing mortality due to severe sepsis requires an organized and systematic process that guarantees the early recognition of severe sepsis along with the uniform and consistent application of evidence based treatments In addition to the challenges of diagnosing and treating sepsis mounting pressures are surfacing from the new SEP1 core measure from the Centers for Medicare Medicaid Services CMS The Institute for Healthcare Improvement IHI has developed this virtual program first and foremost to improve patient care When improvements can be demonstrated even on a small scale adherence to the evidence base also increases This program will be entirely virtual with monthly instructive calls in addition to monthly coaching calls Participating teams will be encouraged to involve appropriate team members from the emergency department ED intensive

    Original URL path: http://www.ihi.org/education/WebTraining/Webinars/Web_Action/2016MarchReliablyReducingSepsisMortality/Pages/default.aspx (2016-02-01)
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    ET IHI Offering Page Session Details Page Content The need for patient safety becomes even more critical when you consider the alarming statistics According to Patient Safety America the total number of Americans dying from medical errors is around 400 000 each year Medical errors have become the third leading cause of death in the United States each year behind cancer and heart disease A 13 5 percent rate of harm was identified within the US Medicare population by the Office of Inspector General using the Institute for Healthcare Improvement s Global Trigger Tool Then there is the overwhelming cost to organizations like yours In 2008 the Society of Actuaries estimated that medical errors will cost the U S nearly 20 billion each year A more recent study by Wolters Kluwer Health Care News indicated that the economic impact of medical errors may reach one trillion dollars when factoring in things like loss of income and potential With today s shrinking health care budgets and growing focus on costs it has never been more important to have a robust safety plan Maintaining a powerful safety program is essential to the long term health of your department organization or health care system and to ensuring that your patients receive the safe and reliable care they deserve To position your organization for success attend IHI s Patient Safety Executive Development Program Ideal for patient safety officers and professionals in safety oversight roles this intensive seven day program offers The actionable strategies skills and practical tools participants need to become leaders of strong effective patient safety programs The chance to work with expert faculty to develop or refine detailed customized strategies and implementation plans I nsight into how to advise and coordinate the plans with senior leadership effectively Learn from the success of

    Original URL path: http://www.ihi.org/education/InPersonTraining/PatientSafetyExecutive/PatientSafetyExecutiveDevelopmentMarch2016/Pages/default.aspx (2016-02-01)
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  • Leadership and Innovation Unite
    Monday Friday 9am 5pm ET IHI Offering Page Leadership and Innovation Unite Page Content Hear from IHI CEO Derek Feeley Silverlight web part for playing Audio and Video files Change is constant in health care whether it s an innovative treatment new financing constraints or a growing focus on the health of populations The leaders who have to manage those changes need special skills so they can adapt and help their organizations pivot to what s next Ask yourself these questions Are you defining your future or are you reacting to it Does your orga nization have a viable model to succeed in the current health care environment Does your leadership team have a shared purpose and a common game plan Do you have a reliable system to develop and execute innovative ideas Does your team consistently align your innovation work with your strategic priorities Are you preparing a multigenerational workforce that is ready for the future Are you developing and mentoring your emerging leaders This coming spring the Institute for Healthcare Improvement IHI is convening leaders from health systems hospitals health insurance plans and government agencies to make sure you can answer yes to all of these questions Join us at the 2016 IHI Change Conference in Dallas Texas on March 10 11 2016 We re taking the lessons from the first two years of the IHI Leadership Alliance IHI s High Impact Leadership framework and IHI s disciplined process for innovation and distilling them down to their essential elements to share with you over the course of two days Prominent voices in health care who have perspectives on what has worked and what has failed will offer insights about how to be prepared for what s around the next turn Kedar Mate MD on the unique aspects of the IHI Change Conference Silverlight web part for playing Audio and Video files HOW YOU LL LEARN The designers of the Change Conference have created an intensive agenda with high level plenaries TED Talk style keynotes and groups of breakout sessions that have been created for board members C suite executives clinical leaders innovators and change agents Uniquely the Change Conference provides an environment in which you can learn with your colleagues and with other high performing leaders and leadership teams The vision for the Change Conference is that 1 All teach 2 All learn 3 All lead During the conference you ll learn new mental models and new approaches with your team You ll be able to share with each other what you ve each taken away from the unique breakouts so you can solidify the design of new initiatives together and you ll bring home new leadership tools that will help you make an immediate impact at your organization WHAT YOU LL DO Adopt key leadership assets that will drive high performance in your organization Learn how to build a more effective and integrated leadership team Design and begin to execute a reliable system and structure for innovation

    Original URL path: http://www.ihi.org/education/Conferences/2016IHIChangeConference/Pages/default.aspx (2016-02-01)
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    Competency My Filters Expedition Improving Communication to Enhance Cultural Competency Schedule Session Faculty Session Materials Continuing Education Technology Fees Expedition Improving Communication to Enhance Cultural Competency Schedule Session Faculty Session Materials Continuing Education Technology Fees IHI Offering Page Session Details Page Content Providing care that meets patients social cultural and linguistic needs is not optional in today s health care world The pressure to improve CAHPS patient experience scores comply with Joint Commission cultural competence requirements and improve population health make tailoring health care delivery for diverse patients and communities a necessity not a nicety Furthermore by addressing language barriers gaps in health literacy and cultural differences in communication styles hospitals can Improve health outcomes Enhance the patient experience and patient engagement and Reduce health disparities By participating in the IHI Expedition Improving Communication to Enhance Cultural Competency virtual training course participants will learn to avoid the misunderstandings stereotyping and weak collaboration that occurs when health care providers fail to recognize their patients backgrounds beliefs languages and cultures Over the course of five web based sessions we will use brief case studies and patient stories to help illustrate the practical implications of improving cultural competency Expert faculty will help your team Assess your organization s current ability to effectively work cross culturally Build on the assets your organization already has to make improvements Go beyond political correctness and work toward meaningful change What You ll Learn By the end of the Expedition participants will Understand the importance of cultural humility how it s different from cultural competence and define its key elements Learn to use tools and strategies to improve communication across cultural contexts Build cultural self awareness to encourage cultural competence and cultural humility Who Should Attend Patient experience and service excellence professionals Quality Managers Patient Safety Managers Physicians Nurses Nurse Managers Social Workers Pharmacists Expedition Improving Communication to Enhance Cultural Competency Begins March 10 2016 Regular rate 750 per web phone connection Passport Member rate FREE Learn about Passport to IHI Training More info The IHI Membership Guiding Your Improvement Journey All IHI Virtual Expeditions for teams are free with a Passport membership Plus get free or discounted access to many other programs for your entire staff Learn More more from our experts Improving Population Health and Health Equity Are Not One and the Same The IHI Innovation team is working to identify and test high leverage approaches for hospitals and health systems to work with their communities to improve outcomes for the entire population and distribute those outcomes for all Mara Laderman MSPH is a Senior Research Associate on IHI s Innovation Team and John Whittington MD is an IHI Senior Fellow and Lead Faculty for the Triple Aim at IHI Unequal Treatment Confronting Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Health Care In 1999 Congress requested an IOM study to assess the extent of disparities in the types and quality of health services received by U S racial and ethnic minorities and non minorities explore factors that may

    Original URL path: http://www.ihi.org/education/WebTraining/Expeditions/ImprovingCommunicationtoEnhanceCulturalCompetency2016/Pages/default.aspx (2016-02-01)
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