• Course Themes

    The interactive lectures and webinars that encompass SQIL’s curriculum include timely themes and subjects:

    Patient Safety
    • Developing a Hospital Program in Patient Safety
    • Safety Event Reporting
    • Root Cause Analysis and Action 2 (RCA2)
    • Hospital Acquired Conditions and Serious Reportable Events
    • Creating a Culture of Trust: Key to Patient Safety
    • Communication with Patients After Things Go Wrong
    • A Trainee Curriculum in Quality and Safety
    • Human Factors in Healthcare
    Quality Improvement
    • Developing a Hospital Program in Quality
    • DMAIS: Continuous Quality Improvement Model
    • Lean Fundamentals
    • Developing a Hospital Program in Quality
    • Actively Managing Hospital Assets through Analytics and Leadership
    • Patient Centered Health Care Organizations: The Key to Quality and Safety
    • Population Health Management
    • The Crisis of Racism in Health Care: COVID and Beyond
    • Complex Care Management for High-Risk Ambulatory Patients
    • Basics of Clinical Databases: Introduction to Databases
    • Querying, Joining, and Designing a Database
    • Diagnosing Defects, Databases to Know About, and Emerging Trends
    • The Design or Architecture of Health Information Systems
    • The Usability of an HER
    • Clinical Design Support for Improving Quality and Safety
    • Introduction to Public Health Informatics
    • Introduction to Health Information Infrastructure
    • Leadership Overview
    • Introduction to Leadership
    • Our Basic Needs
    • Leadership Styles
    • Servant Leadership
    • Motivation
    • Lifestyle Medicine for Leaders
  • Live Online Webinar Lecture Series

    • Infrastructure and the Learning Health System
    • Starting Up a Learning Health System
    • Learning Health System Networks
    • Conducting Root Cause Analysis
    • Medication Safety
    • Patient Engagement Strategies to Reduce Harm in Health Care
    • Health Equity
    • Clinical Pathways
    • Exchanging Clinical Data Electronically: Progress and Remaining Challenges
    • Essential Requirement of a Comprehensive Health Information Technology Evaluation and Monitoring Function at the Local or National Level
    • Emerging Technologies, Business Models, and Policies that Could Speed Interoperability
    • Integrating New Data Sources to Improve Population Health
    • Adaptive Leadership
  • Workshops

    Workshop Overview

    • Workshop 1: 
      • This first workshop will articulate the key principles of the Learning Health System, create understanding on how safety, quality, informatics and leadership serve as the backbone of the LHS and recognize the interrelationships between how leadership, policy and research align with a Learning Health System.
    • Workshop 2: 
      • The second workshop will develop an in-depth appreciation of the fundamental importance of informatics and data science to transforming healthcare delivery and outcomes.
    • Workshop 3:  
      • The final workshop will enhance your leadership skills through dynamic and interactive exercises on management, organizational change and teamwork and synthesize how innovative approaches in information technology can impact research, policy and patient safety.
      • A black tie formal gala dinner followed by a graduation ceremony will take place at the end of the third workshop in Boston.
Program Director Dr. Ajay K. Singh
Program Director Dr. Ajay K. Singh shares an overview of the program