Model for Improvement. Improvement Facilitator Training Session 1 Day 2. Objectives. Introduce you to a model that supports quality improvement efforts Illustrate the use of the model Apply the model to ASaP Anticipate how this model can serve us when we are working with primary care.
Improvement Facilitator Training
Session 1 Day 2
What are we trying to accomplish?
How will we know that a change is an improvement?
There are proven change concepts that have been shown to impact many improvement efforts …
The Blue Meadow Clinic team will increase offers of selected screening maneuvers to patients targeting strategies on those who don’t self-present for screening. The aim is to increase the rate of patients who receive offers of screening from our current baseline of 70% to 85% by October 31st, 2013.
Reliability of documentation of offers of screening, daily sample from outreach and/or opportunistic patient charts
Reliability of daily huddles that include reminders for opportunistic screening, weekly
Number of eligible patients seen each week who were offered opportunistic screening.
Number of eligible patients contacted each week through outreach and offered screening.
We will use it to track our team’s progress toward improving their system
The model for improvement questions and PDSA cycles, when linked to evidence and team participation, accelerate improvement results.