Join the conversation on the next generation of quality.
Children’s hospitals have made remarkable progress in quality in the 20 years since the IOM published "To Err is Human" and "Crossing the Quality Chasm." Yet no one in the quality movement is complacent about the current state; if anything, there is a shared sense of urgency to improve faster, on a larger scale and with greater impact.
What will it take to achieve quantum improvement of health outcomes, experience and value for children and families by 2030? What does the next generation of quality look like?
Children’ Hospital Association is working with children’s hospitals and health systems to re-imagine quality for the next generation and support hospitals and communities as they work to accelerate progress toward improvement in health outcomes, experiences and value for children and families.
The strong tradition of shared learning in pediatrics has played a significant role in the quality progress of both the industry and individual organizations. We will continue the shared learning in a series on quality, hearing from colleagues and fueling ideas and progress into the future.
Please join the conversation to begin to shape the next generation of quality.
How Learning Health Systems Can Achieve Better Patient Outcomes
August 5, 3 - 4 ET
A foundational element of the next generation of quality is learning health systems, organizations or networks that embed continuous self-study to adapt practices using data and analytics to generate knowledge, engage stakeholders and implement behavior change to transform care. Learn how Montefiore Medical Center uses the concept of a learning health system to undertake innovative research, continuously learn and adapt, train the next generation of healthcare leaders and deliver science-driven, patient-centered care across their system.
Fostering a Data-Driven Culture
August 16, 3 - 4 ET
In this session, learn how one hospital’s analytics infrastructure evolved to endorse an organizational culture where stakeholders use meaningful data insights to enhance decision making and improve outcomes.
Health Literacy: The Foundation of Quality, Safety, Experience, and Equity
August 26, 4 - 5pm ET
While focusing on equity and safety, Children’s Wisconsin has broadened their focus to include health literacy and providing clear communication with patients and families. Children’s Wisconsin is starting to include health literacy-related improvement opportunities into its quality work. Join this session to learn about how they identified improvement opportunities, initiated projects to promote clear communication, and how they have developed future improvement opportunities tied to organizational priorities.
Panoramic Improvement: Broadening the Quality Lens
Early health care quality efforts focused on preventing harm and improving safety. Learn how organizations are balancing their improvement portfolio while continuing their pursuit of zero harm.
What to watch for: How to apply the tree analogy to your improvement portfolio.
Engaging the Family Voice: Exploring Patient and Family Partnerships
Partnering with families can influence patient outcomes by inviting patients and families to participate in decision making.
What to watch for: How Children's Mercy Kansas City is engaging families.
Re-imagining Quality for the Next Generation
Children's hospitals can work together to accelerate progress toward a significant improvement in outcomes for children.
What to watch for: Identify the foundational elements of the next generation of quality.
The Imperative for Change
Leaders reflect on progress made in quality and safety work so far, and what's needed to move forward in the next generation of quality.
What to watch for: The four priorities to achieve quantum improvement in quality.
More information on session topics and speakers will be available soon. Upcoming topics include the importance of integrating equity into all improvement work and how hospitals are balancing their investment in a balanced (STEEEP) portfolio and creating learning health systems.
With one to two sessions a week through early September, you may participate in some or all of these opportunities to learn and also share your own thoughts on your future priorities and work. If you can’t make it to a live event, recordings will be available on demand.
We will end the series with a conversation about what you can expect for next steps and how we can build a roadmap together.