Physician Engagement in Quality and Safety is IHQI’s one-day course for medical residents, fellows and faculty that highlights safety and quality challenges in healthcare and physicians’ role as leaders in improvement. Contact the IHQI Program Coordinator for additional information.
IHI Open School offers students, residents and faculty free online courses that teach the foundations of improvement, safety, system design and leadership. IHQI strongly recommends IHI’s Open School courses as they offer exceptional content and are very well-produced. Provided are instructions for registering for IHI Open School. For additional questions, please contact the IHQI Program Coordinator.
The Lean Enterprise Institute (LEI) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit based in Boston, MA, with a mission to make things better through lean thinking and practice. LEI develops hypotheses about lean thinking and experiments to see which approaches work best in the real world. LEI then writes up and teaches what they discover, providing new methods for organizational transformation. LEI offers several value streams: Lean Education, Lean Learning Materials, Co-Learning Partnerships, the Lean Summit conferences and the LEI website.
At UNC Health Care, Lean Six Sigma training is provided by the department of Operational Efficiency (OE). OE offers training in Yellow Belt, Blue Belt, Purple Belt and Kaizen Coach. UNC employees can access OE’s SharePoint Site for more information, or you can email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health offers courses in healthcare quality improvement from the Departments of Health Policy and Management, Public Health Leadership and Maternal and Child Health. Provided is a list of courses and syllabi.
The Intermountain Healthcare Delivery Institute, located in Murray, Utah, helps healthcare professionals develop quality improvement tools for their organizations. Intermountain Healthcare’s Advanced Training Programs are designed to help fill the urgent need to integrate state-of-the-art clinical quality techniques into the health services infrastructure. The Intermountain Healthcare Delivery Institute has trained thousands of executive and physician leaders from across the nation and around the world, including several from UNC Health Care.
The James M. Anderson Center for Health Systems Excellence is part of Cincinatti Children’s Hospital in Cincinatti, Ohio. The Anderson Center Leadership Academy focuses on building improvement capability both at Cincinatti Children’s and outside their medical center. Provided is information regarding programs that are open to external candidates.