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POSTPONED: IHS Quality Symposium

June 8 - 11, 2020



The purpose of the Quality Symposium face-to-face meeting is to bring together subject matter experts from multiple clinical and administrative disciplines throughout the Indian Health Service to discuss, collaborate and build healthy working relationships to advance the mission of improving the health of American Indians and Alaska Natives. Best practices will be shared, common challenges will be discussed, and solutions will be developed. The symposium will define the elements of a Learning Organization while using the Indian Health Service System Map to analyze IHS strategic objectives. Tools will be introduced to identify and prioritize processes and services which require additional capacity or need to be designed or redesigned to attain the objectives. During the breakout sessions, sustaining quality improvements, sterilization best practices, learning organization tools, system-based approaches, building improvement capability will be shared.

Registration Fee: No fee

Event Sponsor: IHS

Who Should Attend: Quality Improvement officers, Risk Management Officers, Infection Control Officers, Area Directors, Health Care Administrators, Clinical Directors, including interested quality improvement from all Federal, Tribal and Urban healthcare organizations.

Contact Info

Raven Ross
Office of Quality