The leadership of Children’s Inpatient Psych Unit saw an opportunity to radically transform and improve patient care as well as the culture of the unit.
The Obstetrics Team, in their continued commitment to reducing harm and improving overall outcomes, drastically improved performance metrics in spite of COVID-19.
Senior Manager of Clinical Initiatives Kate Haralson discusses how our regional COVID-19 response teams have worked to develop common tools often used in QI projects.
The Epic SIG members know that at any moment, a person could be admitted as a patient at any one of the participating health systems.
Congratulations to our 2019 Inspire Quality Improvement Award Winner: Brad Mathis MD, Associate Chief Medical Officer, UC Health
Brad Mathis, MD, Associate Chief Medical Officer at UC Health was awarded this year for his CAUTI project to improve patient outcomes, and dedication to advancing the Quality Improvement process system-wide.
A believer in servant leadership, Dr. Mathis is invested in innovation by – and the creativity of – all, including front-line employees. We’re proud to honor him as a finalist for the 2019 Inspire Richard M. Smith Leadership in Quality Improvement Award.
At Mercy Health – Cincinnati, minimizing the critical timing of stroke identification and treatment has been prioritized system-wide, and the results have been life-saving.
In less than a year, having this team in just one area of the hospital demonstrated nearly a 70% reduction in blood-draw specimens rejected for quality and quantity issues.
The overall spirit and teamwork within her unit has improved through Stacy’s continued advocacy and invaluable leadership across the healthcare team.