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2018 IHI Summit Sessions
2018 IHI Summit Sessions
Patients are Talking. Is Anyone Listening?
2018 Summit Session 1
Rethinking Patients and Communities as Partners
2018 Summit Session 2
Dr. Mike Evans Video: An Illustrated Look at Quality Improvement in Health Care
This dynamic, animated whiteboard video introduces the concepts of quality improvement in health care. In the video, Dr. Mike Evans presents a brief history of QI and touches on system design, the Model for Improvement, and the familiar challenge, "What can you do by next Tuesday?" — all in less than nine minutes!
ACA and AHCA: Don Berwick Breaks It Down
Dr. Don Berwick. Berwick, IHI President Emeritus and Senior Fellow, explains the changing health care landscape in terms that are both simple and comprehensive. What’s the future of the Affordable Care Act (ACA)? If it’s “repealed and replaced” by the American Health Care Act (ACHA), what will change? What is the difference between the two?
A Surgeon Talks about Using Alcohol-Based Skin Prep to Prevent SSI
This video offers a surgeon’s perspective on using an alcohol-based antiseptic agent for preoperative skin preparation to reduce the risk of surgical site infection from joint replacement surgery, one the evidence-based interventions recommended in IHI's How-to Guide: Prevent Surgical Site Infection for Hip and Knee Arthroplasty.
Patient-Centered Care: Rebecca Bryson's Story
Throughout her experience with a chronic illness marked by extensive complications, Rebecca Bryson has found that many of the challenges patients face are system problems that stem from the design of the health care system.
Passport Exclusive: Perfecting Emergency Department Patient Flow
In this video, Kirk Jensen discusses how to redesign a hospital emergency room that works better for your patients and your staff.
One Is Too Many: Viewing Infection Data from the Patient's Perspective
A surgical patient who contracted MRSA following knee replacement surgery describes the effects of the surgical site infection (SSI) on her life, and how her experience led her health care providers to make changes to prevent SSIs.
"An Ounce of Prevention": Maureen Bisognano, IHI International Summit 2012 Keynote
In her keynote presentation at the International Summit, IHI President and CEO Maureen Bisognano outlines a vision of changing the conversation between patients and providers from "What's the matter?" to "What matters to you?"
"Each of You, All of Us": Maureen Bisognano, IHI National Forum 2011 Keynote
IHI President and CEO Maureen Bisognano outlines a vision of improvement and collective impact anchored by patient-centered care, improvement capability, strong health care delivery systems and the pursuit of the Triple Aim.
The Art and Science of Person- and Family-Centered Care
In this short video, IHI's Pat Rutherford answers some common questions about making care more person- and family-centered for all.
I've Been a Patient Since I Was Born
In this video, patient advocate and IHI faculty member Tiffany Christensen describes the positive impact patient and family advisors can have when they work in partnership with health care professionals.
Passport Exclusive: Improvement Skills to Empower Front Line Nurses I
This recording discusses Developing a Sensitivity to Risk, including many tools that can help uncover and reduce risk and patient harm.
IHI's Approach to Reducing Avoidable Rehospitalizations
This video will make the case for reducing avoidable rehospitalizations by creating a more patient-centered ideal transition home.
Reducing Avoidable Rehospitalizations: Getting Started with Creating an Ideal Transition from Hospital to Home
This video will review the steps to getting started on creating an ideal transition home for patients and families being discharged from the hospital, as part of overall efforts to reduce avoidable rehospitalizations.
"Have You Had 'The Conversation'?": Ellen Goodman, IHI International Summit 2012 Keynote
In her keynote presentation at IHI's 13th Annual International Summit, Ellen Goodman shares her thoughts on The Conversation Project, which aims to create a cultural movement to normalize “the conversation” and to have every person’s end-of-life preferences expressed and respected.
Quality Care for Less Money: Can Regional Successes Go National?
On February 15, 2012, the Kaiser Family Foundation hosted a panel discussion of a PBS documentary by T.R. Reid that explores efforts to provide low-cost, quality health care in the US.
Passport Exclusive: Improvement Skills to Empower Front-Line Nurses II
This recording discusses Managing Patient Care Risk: Beyond the Checklist. How does the front-line nurse engage her team, foster communication, and improve teamwork — the three requirements for effective use of a checklist?
Profiles in Improvement: Reducing Under-5 Mortality in Ghana: Margret Marquart Catholic Hospital
The QI team at Margret Marquart Catholic Hospital in Ghana reviewed data to identify the major causes of mortality in children under the age of 5 years, and introduced improvements to reduce these deaths.
"Together": Maureen Bisognano, IHI National Forum 2010 Keynote
IHI President and CEO Maureen Bisognano urges providers to help patients and communities improve their overall health as part of the IHI Triple Aim.
Profiles in Improvement: Early Care-Seeking: The St. Francis Xavier Hospital (Ghana) Approach
In this video, Dr. Ernest Asiedu and his team describe the hospital’s approach to early care-seeking as part of the QI work to reduce mortality in children less than five years of age in Ghana.
Profiles in Improvement: Dr. Chrysantus Kubio, West Gonja District, Ghana
In this video profile, Dr. Kubio describes the importance of teamwork in quality improvement to reduce under-5 mortality in Ghana as part of Project Fives Alive!
Profiles in Improvement: Phoebe Balagumyetime, Jirapa District, Ghana
The quality improvement skills and change ideas aquired from participation in Project Fives Alive! are helping health centre staff reduce mortality in children under 5 in Ghana.
Passport Exclusive: Improving Antibiotic Use to Improve Patient Care
This video conversation covers four areas of antibiotic stewardship, the problem of antimicrobial resistance, the impact improving antibiotic use can have on the problem, the IHI Improvement Map and CDC's Campaign to Prevent Antimicrobial Resistance in Healthcare Settings as tools to address this issue, and concrete steps you can take to get started.