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By IHI Multimedia Team | Tuesday, Mar 03, 2020
When scaling up an improvement, it is tempting to assume you can accomplish the same result widely by simply doing the exact same thing. To scale up and sustain change, adaptation is essential.


Tag(s): Psychology of Change, Large-Scale Improvement, Spreading Changes, Quality Improvement
By Frits Bredal | Tuesday, Nov 19, 2019
It can take weeks or months to plan a quality improvement (QI) project. Doesn’t it make sense to spend time developing a plan to communicate with important stakeholders to help ensure its successful implementation and spread?


Tag(s): Quality Improvement, Communication, Spreading Changes, Psychology of Change
By Helen Bevan | Tuesday, May 14, 2019
How can health care provide both personalized care while also improving care or health for a large population? Helen Bevan, Chief Transformation Officer, NHS Horizons England, describes some promising possibilities.


Tag(s): Person- and Family-Centered Care, Large-Scale Improvement, Spreading Changes, Quality Improvement
By Gareth Parry | Wednesday, Jul 11, 2018
A few years ago, IHI published guidance on how to scale an improvement idea or initiative from local small-scale testing to a defined region or country. From testing the framework, we have learned that more guidance is needed on how the content needs to evolve to support scale up.


Tag(s): Large-Scale Improvement, Spreading Changes, Quality Improvement, Improvement Capability
By Marie Schall | Tuesday, Apr 17, 2018
How did two distinct quality improvement initiatives design for scale? The leaders of these nationwide efforts explain.


Tag(s): Large-Scale Improvement, Spreading Changes
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