In this online training, we'll review from start to finish what to expect in a quality improvement (QI) project. This training was developed for people that will be helping to facilitate QI projects within their agency and are looking for tools, templates, and experience with doing so. Registering for this training gives you access to an online toolkit, which includes these modules:
Scope and Resources
LEAN Problem Solving
Verifying Impact and Ensuring Sustainability - coming soon
An 11-minute training video that details how to use the A3 Problem Solving Tool developed by Denver Public Health.
Introduces the concepts of QI and discusses the application of an improvement model in the area of emergency preparedness.
A one-hour tutorial describes the basics of QI within the Performance Management Framework and the Plan, Do, Study, Act (PDSA) cycle.
Provides insights from the Sedgwick County Health Department's health director, community health assessment director, and community health analyst about their roles and about developing a QI plan.
Overview of change management and performance improvement framework and components.
Provides local public health agencies (LPHAs) with guidance on progressing through the phases/levels of QI maturity. The NACCHO (National Association of County and City Health Officials) Organizational Culture of Quality Self-Assessment Tool allows LPHAs to conduct an in-depth assessment of critical aspects of a quality culture.
This 8-minute video from the Institute for Healthcare Improvement covers the basics of Plan, Do, Study, Act (PDSA).
A high-level overview of how all the different plans fit together, such as the strategic plan and QI plan. Includes important principles for local health departments to follow.
The one-hour webinar talks about QI activities conducted in health departments across the U.S. and public health accreditation standards.
A one-hour tutorial describes the importance of QI teams, how to choose members, roles, and stages of development.
A7-minute training video that details how to use Standard Work developed by Denver Public Health.
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