Webinars Help Build Proficiency with Quality Improvement Processes, High Reliability

Posted on May 13, 2021

A  webinar series offered by the MHA is designed to help healthcare professionals build knowledge in quality improvement (QI) processes and high reliability.

The May 20 webinar Timesaving Approaches to QI Tools will review approaches for applying quality improvement analysis tools, like failure modes and effect analysis, root cause analysis and process mapping, as well as ways to collect and assess data that save time. The webinar will be presented from noon to 1 p.m.

The June 4 webinar High Reliability in the Time of COVID-19 will review high reliability principles proven to reduce errors, improve outcomes and build a safer work environment. It also will provide suggestions on how participants can support their hospitals on their high reliability journey. This webinar will also be offered from noon to 1 p.m.

Members may register for an unlimited number of logins to both webinars for a connection fee of $195 per hospital. Questions about webinar series should be directed to Erin Steward at the MHA.



Tags: webinar, Erin Steward, Timesaving Approaches to QI Tools, Quality Improvement Processes

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