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Thriving Together: A Springboard for Equitable Recovery and Resilience in Communities across America
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This guide highlights numerous actions that communities, organizations, businesses, governments, and funders can take in the wake of COVID-19 and other related threats to the US​ — to create the vital conditions that all people and places need to thrive.
Virtual Learning Hour Special Series: COVID-19: Grief Leadership and System Supports
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June 26, 2020 | Learn about specific leadership behaviors and system supports needed to address the mental health and well-being needs of caregivers, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Conversation and Action Guide to Support Staff Well-Being and Joy in Work During and After the COVID-19 Pandemic
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During the COVID-19 pandemic, health care leaders are working to support staff who are experiencing anxiety, stress, and intense demands. This guide includes actionable ideas that leaders can quickly test during the coronavirus response, and which can build the longer-term foundation to sustain joy in work and well-being for the health care workforce.
Virtual Learning Hour Special Series: Mobilizing to Respond to COVID-19
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March 27, 2020 | Don Berwick and Derek Feeley share key coronavirus (COVID-19) learnings, innovations, and revelations they’ve been gathering and gleaning from health care leaders and improvers across the globe.
WIHI: Improvement and Innovation in Times of Crisis
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March 24, 2020 | What does it look like to innovate, improve, and solve problems at warp speed?
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.
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.
Invite the Next Generation to Lead
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Reflecting on lessons from 10 years of the IHI Open School, this article shares five practical ideas for how can health care organizations can engage the next generation of health professionals as powerful change agents and leaders.
Leadership and Vision for a Culture of Safety
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Leaders seeking to transform their health care organization’s culture would do well to commit focused attention on six key areas described in this article.
WIHI: What's in a Name? Health Care's Chief Quality Officer
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January 25, 2018 | A health care system's Chief Quality Officer oversees efforts to create and sustain transformative change on multiple fronts, including patient and worker safety, overall quality of care, moving from volume to value, and more.
Leading a Culture of Safety: A Blueprint for Success
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Creating a culture of safety in health care settings has proven to be a challenging endeavor, and there is a lack of clear actions for organizational leaders to take in developing such a culture. This guide provides chief executive officers and other health care leaders with a useful tool for assessing and advancing their organization’s culture of safety, and can be used to help determine the current state, inform dialogue with the board and leadership team, and help leaders set priorities.
WIHI: Discovering Your Way to Greatness
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December 21, 2017 | Steve Spear speaks to an audience at IHI's National Forum, drawing on his own life experience and work with multiple industries to point out that better ways to do things are within reach.
Moral Choices for Today’s Physician
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In this essay, Don Berwick considers moral choices physicians face personally, organizationally, and globally and exhorts them to understand that the health of humanity depends on their speaking out against the social injustice of overpricing drugs and services, mass incarceration, and the lack of environmental responsibility.
Free from Harm: Accelerating Patient Safety Improvement Fifteen Years after To Err Is Human
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This report assesses the state of patient safety in health care, advocating for a total systems approach across the continuum of care and establishment of a culture of safety, and calling for action by government, regulators, health professionals, and others to place higher priority on patient safety improvement and implementation science.
10 IHI Innovations to Improve Health and Health Care
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This curated publication highlights 10 ideas that have emerged from IHI's systematic 90-day innovation approach, including reflections on the Triple Aim, the concept of a health care Campaign, the Breakthrough Series Collaborative model, and other frameworks and fresh thinking that have been replicated around the world.
WIHI: How to Fail Forward (Quickly) on the Road to Population Health
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June 29, 2017 | Learning from failure is an important part of the quality improvement process in health care. Groups focused on improving the health of communities are also discovering the value of "failing forward;" leveraging the learning from failure to accelerate progress.
Health Care Leaders: "Bill or No Bill, We Still Have Work to Do"
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In this NEJM Catalyst article, several members of the IHI Leadership Alliance write, “Bill or no bill, we still need to move forward and continue our focus on improving health and health care for our patients and our communities while reducing costs” (the IHI Triple Aim).
Breaking the Rules for Better Care
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IHI Leadership Alliance member organizations asked their patients and staff, “If you could break or change any rule in service of a better care experience for patients or staff, what would it be?” This article summarizes the most frequent suggestions.
Better Care for Complex Needs
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For individuals with complex health and social needs, high utilization rates (and their associated costs), poor outcomes, and low satisfaction scores indicate that current care systems are not meeting their needs. This article describes five key priorities for health care leaders to consider as their organizations endeavor to improve care for high-need, high-cost individuals.
Profiles in Improvement: Dr. Pierre Barker, IHI Chief Global Partnerships and Programs Officer
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Dr. Pierre Barker, IHI Chief Global Partnerships and Programs Officer, describes some of IHI’s global work that is helping to improve health and health care worldwide.
WIHI: Claiming the Edge with Quality Improvement in Communities
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February 23, 2017 | Communities in Wisconsin, Scotland, and Boston are building coalitions to change the trajectory of people’s lives and health for the better. Using quality improvement methods and tools to tackle socioeconomic issues is proving to be a game changer in all three locations.
WIHI: Moving Upstream to Address the Quadruple Aim
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December 15, 2016 | In this Special Edition WIHI Podcast, Dr. Rishi Manchanda discusses why it’s important for health care to “move upstream” to address the social determinants contributing to many patients’ poor health.
Four Steps to Sustaining Improvement in Health Care
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To learn how to build systems that sustain improvement, IHI studied health care organizations that were able to achieve standout results and then build on them. This article highlights four steps, derived from insights from their work, on how to get started with introducing new standard work processes for point-of-care staff.
Triple Aim in Canada: Developing Capacity to Lead to Better Health, Care, and Cost
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This article reports on the work of nine Canadian health care organizations to embed the Triple Aim (better care, health, and cost) across Canada. The nine sites participated in IHI’s Triple Aim Improvement Community in order to build a solid Triple Aim infrastructure, develop quality improvement capacity, and foster a culture of health care improvement.
Restoring Joy in Work for the Healthcare Workforce
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While burnout in the health professions is alarmingly high, restoring joy in work is more than just reducing burnout. This article describes four key steps that leaders can take to restore, foster, and nurture joy in the health care workforce.
  
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