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NQC National TA Calls
HIV providers face many challenges in developing sound quality management programs, including unfamiliarity with quality improvement concepts. To provide routine learning opportunities, the National Quality Center (NQC) hosts monthly National Technical Assistance (TA) Calls on a variety of topics to highlight key quality improvement concepts and methodologies. Using web-conference platforms, the calls encourage interactions with presenters.
December 2014 Webinar
This month NQC will return to the future – basic quality improvement principles and practice. Quality is here to stay and since NQC’s inception, Ryan White Program grantees have embraced the quality improvement. Despite of budget cuts, increasing caseloads, and having to “do more with less,” grantees have made significant strides. New staff joining Ryan White funded grantees can use this as an opportunity to learn about quality principles and practices. It can also serve as a refresher in the fundamentals for existing staff. The learning objectives for the call are:
Key principles of quality improvement
- A brief word about data
- The PDSA Cycle
- Using QI tools
Please join us; this will be an informative call and a good way to increase your QI IQ.
If you have a direct line (people can call you directly)
Enter your number into the box that pops up and click the Call Me button on the bottom of the pop up
If your calls need to go through a switchboard
Toll Free: 1-844-633-8697
Kevin Garrett, LMSW
National Quality Center (NQC)
New York State Department of Health, AIDS Institute
90 Church Street, 13th floor
New York, NY 10007-2919