SQIL’s goal is for participants to attain fundamental knowledge in four key areas that comprise the Institute of Medicine's Learning Health System concept– patient safety, quality, informatics and leadership. Through a blended learning format participants will gain the tools, skills and confidence to play a key role as leaders in their local health care system.
Upon completion of the program, participants will be fully equipped to:
- Apply key concepts in patient safety, quality, informatics—grounded in the concept of Learning Health Systems—to real-world health problems
- Identify barriers to change within complex healthcare systems
- Cultivate a toolkit of strategies to address challenges encountered in solving problems related to the interplay of quality, safety and informatics
- Develop and sharpen personal leadership and communication skills
- Use Harvard Business School Case Method teaching to illustrate and learn from case scenarios in an interactive setting
- Building on all of the above, develop plans for quality improvement, patient safety and/or informatics within the participant’s own healthcare organization or system
- Design a learning cycle process to address a stated health problem
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