Jane Taylor, EdD, discusses the Institute of Healthcare Improvement’s (IHI) concepts of will, ideas and execution as a framework for spread of change. She discusses lessons learned from Project Fives Alive!, an IHI quality improvement initiative that seeks to develop, test, and implement strategies to overcome systems failures that lead to preventable deaths in children less than five years of age in Ghana.

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Spreading Quality Just in Time: IHI’s Will, Ideas & Execution

Jane Taylor, EdD, discusses the Institute of Healthcare Improvement’s (IHI) concepts of will, ideas and execution as a framework for spread of change. She discusses lessons learned from Project Fives Alive!, an IHI quality improvement initiative that seeks to develop, test, and implement strategies to overcome systems failures that lead to preventable deaths in children less than five years of age in Ghana.

Taylor is an improvement advisor with the Surviving Sepsis Campaign. This presentation is part of a Surviving Sepsis Campaign video series on spreading quality. 

Author(s):
Jane Taylor

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Categories: Quality and Patient Safety, Surviving Sepsis Campaign,
Content Type: Presentations,