Improving the Care of Children in Foster Care: An Academic-Community QI CollaborativeThe Duke Foster Care Clinic began an academic-community QI collaborative to improve access to and timing of initial medical care for children in foster care.
Transforming Ambulatory CLASBI Education, Awareness and Prevention Across an Organization and BeyondChildren's Hospital & Medical Center used Six Sigma methodology in an effort to reduce ambulatory central line-associated bloodstream infections.
Reducing Serious Safety Events in a Children’s HospitalYale New Haven Children's Hospital used an improvement model with multiple PDSA cycles to decrease its rate of serious safety events.
Learn strategies for transforming clinical care and data delivery.
Learn about a tool developed to stratify patients by medical complexity while accounting for social, family, school and behavioral variables.
Learn about a pilot model of primary-care, specialty-care partnership care coordination implemented for rural or limited-English proficient medically complex children.
Learn how to implement a nationally recognized patient and family-centered program to improve safety.
Learn about creating a sepsis datamart that identifies emergency department patients that may potentially develop sepsis.
Efforts to engage front line staff members, patients and families can lead to a decrease in CLABSI rates.
How the original IPASS concept is being adapted and used as a way to engage patients and families and improve the quality of care.
Data plays a key role in helping this hospital document the treatment of sepsis patients.
Children's National Medical Center leadership saw opportunities to increase the number of safety events staff members report.
Leadership partnership has rapidly decreased preventable patient harm at Riley Children's by blending the expertise of physicians and nurses.
Rady Children's Hospital is screening all patients over the age of 12 in the emergency department.
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