Wednesday, February 21, 2024 | 1:00–5:00 pm
- Unpacking Quality Improvement in Cancer Programs
- Reviewing Data to Identify the Problem
- Writing your Problem Statement
- Choosing and Implementing Performance Improvement Methodology and Metrics
- Presenting on QI: Who, What, Where, When, and How
Join leaders in Cancer QI and peers from across the country and spend an afternoon diving into what Quality Improvement means for your Accredited Cancer Program. Unpack common QI myths, gain a deeper understanding of Quality Improvement standards and reporting requirements, and learn about different tools and templates available to your program to support sustainable improvement in quality cancer care.
- Build a common language and culture of quality improvement in Cancer Programs.
- Review existing tools/report that accredited program can use to help identify a QI problem including accreditation standards, packaged data reports, and new data sources to identify QI problems.
- Discuss best practices for a timeline of identifying, developing, and implementing a QI project in your program and share case examples.
- Learners will gain a deeper understanding of the QI standard and how to operationalize this standard in their own Cancer Program.
Any Cancer Accredited program member looking to learn more about how to operationalize the QI Standard in their own program to better engage in meaningful and sustainable QI work.
- Cancer Liaison Physicians
- Breast Program Leadership Committee members
- Quality coordinators or managers
- Cancer program administrator
- Cancer committee members interested in and responsible for quality improvement