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WIHI: Assessing the Value of Age-Friendly Health Care
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June 13, 2019 | Are there financial benefits to being an Age-Friendly Health System?
WIHI: Taking Acute Pain Seriously, Treating It Safely
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May 30, 2019 | Health care needs to create safer processes for acute pain management. But what roles should patients play in this? A new IHI report provides reccomendations to sharpen acute pain management strategies in your health system.
How One Health System Overcame Resistance to a Surgical Checklist
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This article describes three mindshifts for overcoming resistance to change and provides an example of one health system that used this approach to overcome resistance to employing a surgical safety checklist.
How to Talk to Your Patients about End-of-Life Care: A Conversation Ready Toolkit for Clinicians
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This toolkit is intended to help clinicians address some of the challenges of engaging with patients and families in end-of-life care conversations over time, with the goal of providing respectful end-of-life care that is concordant with patients’ stated goals, values, and preferences.
Patient Safety Essentials Toolkit
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Download these nine essential tools to guide your organization in improving patient safety and delivering safe, reliable care. Tools include FMEA, SBAR, root cause analysis, daily huddles, and more.
Is Your Board Effectively Overseeing Quality?
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This article gives an overview of IHI's Framework for Effective Board Governance of Health System Quality and recommends three guiding principles to build improvement knowledge and capacity among board members.
WIHI: What's an Apology Worth? The Case for Communication and Resolution
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April 18, 2019 | When a patient is unintentionally harmed, how should organizations respond?
WIHI: How to Make Patient Safety Easier to Explain and to Champion
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March 21, 2019 | Why is it so hard to explain patient safety outside of health care?
The Answer to Culture Change: Everyday Management Tactics
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This article describes the High-Performance Management System, a model developed by IHI to drive sustained value improvement via culture change.
Selected Resources: Improving Opioid and Pain Management
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This document offers selected resources for clinicians and health care administrators to take action on opioid and pain management and opioid use disorder (OUD), organized into three categories: Patient Assessment, Intervention, and Treatment; Provider Training and Support; and Strategy and Planning.
WIHI: How to Speak So Leaders Will Listen
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February 21, 2019 | How much thought and preparation go into how you pitch new ideas and initiatives to leaders in your organization? If you've been frustrated by lack of support or buy-in from a leader, it's possible that you did not win that person over at the start.
WIHI: New Guidance for Governance of Health System Quality – What Trustees Should Know and Do
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January 17, 2019 | Is there a better way for boards to fulfill their mandate of ensuring health systems live up to theirs on quality?
Advancing the Safety of Acute Pain Management
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This report specifically and uniquely addresses acute pain management as a patient safety issue, including the overuse of opioids for acute pain. It provides health care safety leaders in hospitals, emergency departments (EDs), urgent care clinics, outpatient surgery facilities, and other acute care settings with specific action steps to improve the safety of acute pain management in their organizations.
Leveraging the Psychology of Change
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This article presents an overview of the IHI Psychology of Change Framework with key takeaways for leaders, to help them understand why people resist change and how to activate people to advance and sustain improved care.
WIHI: Women in Action: Paving the Way for Better Care
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December 20, 2018 | Whether it’s blowing the whistle on the dangerous levels of lead in drinking water in Flint, Michigan, championing the healing powers of dance and movement in hospitals, or shining a human spotlight on disease outbreaks throughout the world, this special edition of WIHI features a panel of outstanding women who are creatively and effectively reshaping caregiving.
Blueprint for Complex Care
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This publication assesses the current state of the complex care field and presents actionable recommendations and a common framework for collectively advancing care delivery for individuals with complex health and social needs.
Framework for Effective Board Governance of Health System Quality
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This white paper presents an actionable framework with the core processes needed for effective board governance of all dimensions of health system quality; an assessment tool; and support guides for three central knowledge areas for trustee oversight of quality.
WIHI: Building the Will and Skill to Be a Clinical Improver
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November 8, 2018 | Quality improvement knowledge can unite clinicians in the common pursuit of better clinical decision making and encourage more clinicians to take the lead with improving care delivery.
Effectiveness of a Multistate Quality Improvement Campaign in Reducing Risk of Surgical Site Infections Following Hip and Knee Arthroplasty
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This article provides an assessment of IHI’s Project JOINTS initiative, a multistate QI campaign to promote adoption of evidence-based practices to reduce surgical site infections (SSIs) following hip and knee arthroplasty.
Leading Quality Across a System
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This article describes five core drivers for effective health care chief quality officers (CQOs) in their role of overseeing and aligning quality efforts within and across health care systems.
WIHI: Lowering Readmissions, Reducing Disparities
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October 25, 2018 | Initiatives to reduce avoidable readmissions are the norm in US health systems today. What happens when hospitals and health systems look beyond to the non-clinical issues upstream that have a big impact on rehospitalizations?
IHI Psychology of Change Framework
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This white paper is a guide for all leaders interested in understanding the underlying psychology of change and leveraging its power to impact quality improvement efforts: to achieve breakthrough results, sustainably, at scale.
QI Project Management
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This tool describes strategies to effectively manage quality improvement projects, specific ideas to try within each strategy, and offers a workspace for you to note your next steps to implement the strategy.
QI Project Charter
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The QI project charter provides a rationale and roadmap for the team’s improvement work that can be used to clarify thinking about what needs to be done and why. The charter helps keep the focus on a specific opportunity or problem and identifies the members of the improvement team.
WIHI: The How and Why of Deprescribing
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September 13, 2018 | The ground is shifting for prescription medication. There’s much talk and publicity about deprescribing, the process that entails taking patients off some of their medications or tapering down the dosages.
  
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