Project ECHO Quality Improvement is a series of one-hour, live dynamic videoconferencing sessions focused on primary care quality improvement (QI). Project ECHO Quality Improvement provides professionals engaged in QI work the opportunity to gain access to an expert faculty and peers using a virtual QI learning community.
Participants will review and explore the core concepts of facilitation, including the basic skills needed to run effective meetings and the use of systematic problem solving tools.
June 29, 2016 - Communicating and Advocating Using Data
Participants will explore multiple ways to visually display and analyze data that tell the story of your project.
July 20, 2016 - Plan-Do-Study-Act Cycles—Getting the Most from Your Tests of Change
Participants will review and discuss ways to ensure that your cycles of change are specific, appropriate and well documented.
What’s in it for me?
Ongoing feedback to support your practice improvement strategies and help to refine your QI skills while facing the real world challenges of tests of change or implementing evidence-based best practices. Each session will consist of a didactic presentation using a practical QI tool or interpersonal skill-building technique followed by a case-based presentation of a frontline or system challenge.
What makes this unique?
The participants submit questions, cases, and topics for discussion in advance of the session for faculty review. The faculty will discuss strategies, answer questions, and engage the virtual QI community in helping you find solutions to your QI challenge.