Learn from peers. Link up today and join our Quality Link Program.
You wish you had easy access to colleagues who face similar quality challenges? Wonder how your peers have overcome the quality improvement problems you have? Would you like to share your quality improvement expertise with others? At the National Quality Center (NQC), we recognize how much Ryan White Program grantees can learn from each other.
Peer learning presents a great opportunity for HIV providers to draw on the quality management expertise of fellow HIV providers. NQC's Quality Link Program connects individuals with corresponding quality improvement needs. The Quality Link Program matches registered users based on common factors (i.e., geographical location, specific Ryan White Program Part, population served, quality improvement topic or stage of the quality competency). Matches are prioritized based on user-identified priorities (i.e., location, size of organization, type of funding, and proficiency of a particular quality improvement topic). Matched peers receive one another's contact information to contact your fellow HIV provider directly.
We all can benefit from peer learning: it allows you to quickly learn what other HIV providers have gained with their hard work over time; only other HIV providers truly understand the challenges you face every day; and you can share your quality improvement proficiencies and become a mentor for others.
To join the Quality Link Program, simply sign-up if you are a first time user and follow the instructions. Once you are registered, you are ready search for other HIV providers. Be assured that the information that you provide will not be shared with external parties and only used for the purpose of matching you with fellow HIV providers.
National Quality Center (NQC)
New York State Department of Health, AIDS Institute
90 Church Street, 13th floor
New York, NY 10007-2919