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By Mike Briddon | Tuesday, Dec 10, 2019
There’s no shortage of ideas coming your way. As you read that first sentence, two or three emails may have just forced their way into your overcrowded in-box. So how do you know which ideas are worth your time? Which ones will leave some sort of an imprint (even a very small one) on you? This is our annual effort to help you cut through the clutter.

 

Tag(s): Quality Improvement, Patient Safety, Joy in Work, Culture of Safety, Tools, Improvement Capability, Equitable Care Delivery, Efficiency and Waste Reduction, Cost Containment and Reduction, Maternal and Child Health, Age-Friendly Health Systems, What Matters, Triple Aim for Populations
By Madge Kaplan | Thursday, Dec 05, 2019
Clinician burnout may have reached epidemic proportions, but there are also new opportunities emerging to reconnect health care professionals to the joy of helping and healing patients.

 

Tag(s): Joy in Work, National Forum, Quality Improvement, Teamwork, Communication
By IHI Multimedia Team | Thursday, Nov 14, 2019
Data collected through patient shadowing can help clinical teams co-design improvements for patients and staff members.

 

Tag(s): Quality Improvement, Person- and Family-Centered Care, engaging patients, What Matters, Joy in Work
By Michael Tang | Thursday, Nov 07, 2019
A physician shares evidence that, when behavioral health care is well-integrated into primary care, it can address each component of the Triple Aim and increase joy in work, what some call the "Quadruple Aim."

 

Tag(s): Quality Improvement, Behavioral Health, Triple Aim for Populations, quality cost and value, Joy in Work
By IHI Multimedia Team | Monday, Oct 21, 2019
There are advantages to attending conferences with a group. Here are five reasons sharing a conference experience with your co-workers may be worthwhile.

 

Tag(s): National Forum, Psychology of Change, Joy in Work
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