Re-Imagining Quality Webinar Series
Advance the next generation of quality
Children’s hospitals have made remarkable progress in quality in the 20 years. 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 improvement of health outcomes, experience and value for children and families?
CHA 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. The tradition of shared learning in pediatrics has played a role in the quality progress of both the industry and individual organizations.
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Aligning Health System Initiatives with Community Health Efforts
Nationwide Children’s Hospital launched Journey to Best Outcomes with an aim to improve health outcomes for the children.
Collaborate to Ensure Equitable Care to all Children
The American Board of Pediatrics, American Academy of Pediatrics and Children’s Hospital Association are leaning in to close the gap in health disparities and ensuring equitable care to all children.
Fostering a Data-driven Culture to Improve Outcomes
A hospital's analytics infrastructure can evolve to create an organizational culture where stakeholders use meaningful data insights to enhance decision-making and improve outcomes.
How Learning Health Systems Can Achieve Better Patient Outcomes
A foundational element of the next generation of quality is learning health systems, organizations, or networks that embed continuous self-study.
Balance Improvement Portfolios to Invest in Domains of Quality
Early health care quality improvement efforts focused on preventing harm and improving safety. Now, organizations are balancing their improvement portfolio while continuing their pursuit of zero harm.
Re-imagining the Next Generation of Quality Improvement
The foundational elements that describe the next generation of quality and how children’s hospitals can work together to accelerate progress toward a significant improvement in outcomes for children.
What's Needed to Move into the Next Generation of Quality
Children's hospital 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.