Virtual Training Programs

Put improvement skills into action at the bedside as teams get expert coaching during more than 15 virtual programs for teams per year. These programs are typically $750 per team but are FREE with a Passport to IHI Training​ membership.

Enrollment links will be posted as they become available. Dates and topics are subject to change.​ For more information, please email info@ihi.org. 

Begins May 11, 2016
 
Begins June 2, 2016
 
Begins June 7, 2016​
 
 

 
IHI Virtual Expedition: Designing Care for Success under Bundled Payments​
Begins September 2016 
 

CURRENTLY UNDERWAY

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Begins March 29, 2016​

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What is an IHI Virtual Expedition?

An IHI Virtual Expedition is a topic-specific, action-focused virtual program that typically lasts two to four months. Expeditions are designed to help multidisciplinary teams make rapid improvements in the areas of greatest concern to healthcare organizations today. Each program is an intensive virtual support system where expert faculty are serving as your guides.

  

Success Factors

Teams will need the following to be successful in an IHI Virtual Expedition:
  • Strong team-based improvement capacity
  • Designated team, ideally to include a nurse working on the testing unit or able to lead the work, an internal quality/performance improvement expert, and a physician champion
  • Leadership support
  • Clear commitment to the goal and the process
 

Details

Teams can enroll in any of the IHI Virtual Expeditions for $750. Passport to IHI Training​ members may join as many IHI Virtual Expeditions as they would like for FREE. IHI holds more than 15 IHI Virtual Expeditions per year for teams to apply their quality improvement skills in action and make rapid improvements in the areas of greatest concern in healthcare.

​Past IHI Virtual Expeditions

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Identifying and Removing Waste (2011)
 
 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Preventing Heart Failure Readmissions (2010)
 
 
 
 
Successful Execution -- Securing the Link from Aims to Results (2010)