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Quiin networks
QuIIN Networks

  • Quality Improvement Innovation Networks (QuIIN)

    • Created in 2005 as a network of outpatient practicing pediatricians

    • In 2011, transitioned from a single network to the umbrella “brand” for AAP quality improvement networks (PIN and VIP)

    • Approximately 400 total QuIIN members in 46 states plus PR, MX, and Pakistan

  • Practice Improvement Network (PIN) – Outpatient

    • Created in 2005 as the QuIIN Network, renamed to PIN in 2011

    • Approximately 289 practicing pediatricians and their staff

  • Value In Inpatient Network (VIP) – Inpatient

    • In 2011, became a network housed under the QuIIN brand

    • Approximately 97 pediatric hospitalist members/75 hospitals

  • QuIIN Network Membership Profile

    • Practicing clinicians and their staffs

    • Experience or interest in Quality Improvement


Quiin mission
QuIIN Mission

The mission of the QuIIN is to improve the quality and value of care and outcomes for children and families through process improvement in everyday pediatric practice, including the child’s medical home and across the care continuum. QuIIN members also participate by informal assessment that provides practicing pediatrician perspective into evidenced based recommendations and tools for implementation.


Quiin leadership
QuIIN Leadership

  • QuIIN Medical Director, Steven Kairys, MD, FAAP

  • Physician Steering Committee representing outpatient and inpatient settings

  • 3 QuIIN Staff

  • QI Project Expert Groups (for projects using formal QI Science)


Quality improvement innovation networks quiin november 2012

QuIIN Members by State*(401 PIN and VIP Network members in 46 states plus DC, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Pakistan, and the Virgin Islands)* Members who join both PIN and VIP are counted once in QuIIN state membership counts

VT - 1

4

1

NH – 3

1

5

5

1

11

6

10

2

29

MA – 10

5

1

21

RI – 3

8

17

16

4

6

1

10

11

2

CT - 9

19

6

26

3

8

20

NJ – 17

3

12

DC – 1

1

7

6

MD – 5

7

29

3

16

Mexico – 1 Puerto Rico – 2

Pakistan – 1

Virgin Islands – 1

HI -4

October 2012


Pin members by state formerly quiin members 289 members in 46 states plus dc mexico pr vi pakistan
PIN Members by StateFormerly QuIIN Members289 members in 46 states plus DC, Mexico, PR, VI, Pakistan

VT - 1

2

1

1

NH - 2

4

1

1

7

6

6

2

21

MA - 6

4

20

4

11

RI - 1

11

1

4

5

7

8

2

CT - 8

16

4

19

3

5

13

NJ - 12

2

8

1

DC – 1

6

5

5

MD - 2

20

2

11

HI -3

Mexico – 1

Puerto Rico – 2

Pakistan – 1

Virgin Islands – 1

October 2012


Vip network by state 97 members in 33 states
VIP Network by State97 members in 33 states

MA-4

NH-1

2

1

2

5

1

4

8

1

1

1

5

4

3

1

3

1

4

RI-2

2

1

NJ-6

5

1

6

1

3

1

MD-2

1

9

2

3

HI-1

October 2012


Quiin at a glance
QuIIN at-a-glance


Upcoming projects
Upcoming Projects

  • Bronchiolitis Project

    - Improve care of children with acute bronchiolitis in the hospital setting and reduce unnecessary utilization of interventions

  • Comparison of Immunization QI Dissemination Strategies

    - Partner with Children’s National Medical Center; funded by Pfiizer

    - Study the effect of QI dissemination models on the immunization coverage of children ages 3 to 18 mo old

  • Genetics in Primary Care Institute Quality Improvement Project

    - Funded by HRSA, MCHB

    - Improve the provision of genetic services in primary care, including family history collection

    - Pilot project for the AAP Quality Improvement Data Aggregator (QIDA)

  • Benchmarking Project

    -Data collection using inpatient diagnoses/processes

    - Use data for future improvement work

    - - Pilot project for the AAP Quality Improvement Data Aggregator (QIDA)


Aap quality improvement data aggregator qida
AAP Quality Improvement Data Aggregator (QIDA)

  • Brand new system! QuIIN will pilot in 2013

  • Web-based data aggregation system

  • Clinician enter chart data securely by patient or in aggregate form

  • Clinician enter data by chart or encounter

  • Analyzes data via real time run charts

  • Learn QI basics (based on project specifications)

  • Collaboration between project team members

  • View project specific resources and QIDA system documents


Quiin contacts
QuIIN Contacts

Web site: http://quiin.aap.org

Keri Thiessen, MEd, QuIIN Senior Health Policy Analyst:

  • kthiessen@aap.org

  • 847/434-4260

    Jill Healy, MS, QuIIN Program Manager:

  • jhealy@aap.org

  • 847/434-7122

    Liz Rice-Conboy, MS, QuIIN Project Manager:

  • ericeconboy@aap.org

  • 847/434-7103