WIHI: Aim High for Equity in the Health Care Workforce

July 18, 2019 | How can health systems take action to improve workforce equity?

Retail Health Clinics Adapt Care to Older Patients

Next Avenue published a story in its series on Age-Friendly Health Care. The piece focuses on retail health clinics and efforts underway at CVS, Walgreens, and Kroger’s Little Clinic to improve care for older adults, shining a light on the CVS Minute C…

IHI CEO: Maternal Mortality Should be Bigger Priority for Hospital Leaders

Derek Feeley’s recent Line of Sight blog post on maternal mortality was the subject of this Becker’s Hospital Review article. The article summarizes the key takeaways for hospital leaders.

Advancing Equity in Health Systems by Addressing Racial Justice

This article by IHI staff centers on the need to set explicit aims, build coalitions, and flatten hierarchies in order to strengthen healthcare’s role in undoing systems of oppression.

Building a Better Death, One Conversation at a Time

This JAMA article on end-of-life conversations mentions IHI’s Conversation Project.

Will The Federal Data Strategy Help Communities WIN?

This Health Affairs piece by members of IHI’s team highlights the WIN Measures and equity in health care.

Using a Multicountry Learning Network to Harvest and Rapidly Spread Implementation Knowledge to Reduce Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV

This article describes the value of creating a quality improvement–driven, multicountry learning network to accelerate the pace of improving care systems in Africa to reduce mother-to-child transmission of HIV.

Applying Quality Improvement Approaches to Reduce Mother-to-Child HIV Transmission and Improve Health and Nutrition Care in Five Countries

This article describes the application of quality improvement (QI) methods, as part of the Partnership for HIV-Free Survival, to support governments and facility staff in five African countries in reducing maternal-to-child transmission of HIV.

A Six-Country Collaborative Quality Improvement Initiative to Improve Nutrition and Decrease Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV

This article is the first report of the effectiveness of using quality improvement in a large-scale multicountry effort in Africa to improve infant survifal by reducing postnatal maternal-to-child transmission of HIV in breast feeding HIV-positive moth…

How Massachusetts can Lead the Way on Patient Safety

This article on leading the way on patient safety contains information on IHI’s National Steering Committee.

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