- Apply proven practices of positive leadership
- Develop skills that reinforce a culture of continuous improvement
- Establish and sustain a culture of data and measurement
- Apply design thinking as a creative strategy for solving complex challenges in QI
- Apply practical QI strategies for assuring and improving the quality of telehealth models
- Apply practical QI strategies that advance health equity
Payment is due at time of registration.
CPCA Members: $1,995
Non Member Health Centers: $3,500
- Each participant will conduct an applied project to address an actual QI challenge at their health center
- Four virtual meetings of 1.25 hours duration - these sessions will focus on discussion and questions surrounding the material. It will not be a presentation of the material.
- Self-directed learning throughout in CPCA's online training portal
- Coaching consults for QI problem-solving with program instructors from Community Health Solutions.
- Peer learning
This program is designed for health center staff responsible for leading quality improvement efforts at their organizations. We recommend no more than 2-3 staff participate from the same health center. Inter-professional staff/teams are highly encouraged!
Registering for this event will grant you access to the course in CPCA's Online Training Portal. It does not register you for the live instructor-led sessions. Registration for each session on Zoom will be completed in the training portal.
9 AM - 10:15 AM on the following dates:
March 24, 2022
April 28, 2022
May 26, 2022
June 30, 2022
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS
Stephen Horan, PhD
The founding President and CEO of Community Health Solutions, bringing more than 25 years of professional experience to each client and project. Under Steve's leadership, Community Health Solutions has helped hundreds of organizations achieve better results through effective strategy and practice. Individually, Steve has been an advisor to consumer groups, nonprofit organizations, corporations, foundations, and public sector leaders. This broad perspective informs his ability to think at the system level as well as the street level, and help people bridge gaps between policy and practice.
Terry Laine, MS, PCMH CCE
As Operations Manager and a Senior Consultant at Community Health Solutions, Terry brings more than 25 years of professional experience to CHS projects. Terry offers distinctive expertise in the areas of quality improvement, integrated care development, patient-centered medical home development, knowledge management, innovation support, collaboration support, and leadership development. Terry completed IHI's Breakthrough Series College, and is a NCQA Patient-Centered MEdical Home Certified Content Expert (PCMH CCE). She holds a Masters of Science Degree from James Madison University.
Sherrina Gibson, PCMH CCE
As a Manager at Community Health Solutions, Sherrina leads and supported projects focused on community needs assessment and community strategy development for health and human service organizations. Sherrina offers more than ten years of experience and distinctive expertise in data development, strategic analytics, strategy design, and program evaluation. Sherrina is certified as a NCQA Patient-Centered Medical Home Certified Content Expert (PCMH CCE), and holds a B.A. in Sociology.
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