HIGHLIGHTS (Sept. 2016 mtg):
QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR 2016 PROJECT YEAR
Adult Health Services
– Increasing Employee Retention
Chronic Disease Prevention – Chronic Disease Prevention Guide
Community Health Promotion – Establish Email Capability to Accept Client Records
Environmental Health – Consumer Health Revenue Deposits
Epidemiology – Infection Control Training For Nursing Homes
Health Informatics – School Nurse Communication Improvement
North Texas Regional Laboratory – Individualized Quality Control Plan (IQCP) Implementation
Public Health Preparedness – Know Your Role
Preventive Medical Clinic – Reducing the “No Show” Rate through Early Intervention
Tuberculosis Control – 3HP Ramadan Delivery
Women Infants and Children – Making the Cultural Connection
Questions should be directed to Performance Improvement Coordinator
Doug Bailey at X-5316.
"We have some great projects for
2016, and the team looks forward to working with the participants
and seeing project results.
Thank you for your time and efforts!”
About Performance Management / Continuous Quality Improvement
“Performance Management is the practice of actively using
performance data to improve the public’s health. This practice
involves the strategic use of performance measures and standards to
establish performance targets and goals.” -Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention, 2016
Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) in public health is the use of a deliberate and defined improvement process, such as Plan-Do-Check-Act, which is focused on activities that are responsive to community needs and improving population health.
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