Assignment: Improving Quality Action Plan
Assignment: Quality Improvement Action Plan
Begin to develop a plan for implementing your quality improvement initiative, including redesigned process that you identified in section 3. Consider the following:
How would you undertake the process of determining a timeline for planning, implementing, and evaluating this quality improvement plan?
What are some reasonable milestones for this initiative? What are the daily, weekly, monthly steps/goals?
Write a 2-3 page summary of your quality improvement action plan
Question 44: Immunizations are an example of which type of prevention?
Question 45: If a previously frostbitten area becomes frostbitten again after it has healed, what might occur?
a. Permanent tissue damage may occur, resulting in necrosis to that body part.
b. The area will be super sensitive.
c. The area is prone to a repeat frostbite.
d. The area is as susceptible as any other area.
Question 46: In the United States, what is the second most common connective tissue disease and the most destructive to the joints?
b. Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE)
c. Rheumatoid arthritis (RA)
d. Sjogren’s syndrome. Assignment: Quality Improvement Action Plan
Health Care Quality Improvement (QI) Action Plan Template
Resource: (Word, 22 KB, 2 pages)
This Word worksheet helps primary care practices create action plans for seven high-leverage changes to implement evidence, in alignment with . Designed for practice teams working with practice facilitators to improve the ABCS (aspirin, blood pressure, cholesterol, and smoking cessation) of heart health, the worksheet has practices discuss how things currently work and identify improvements they want to make, set “SMART” (specific, measurable, actionable, realistic, and time-bound) goals, and generate a list of testable changes needed to achieve them.
Institution of origin: Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute
Permissions: Used with permission of Healthy Hearts Northwest.
Acknowledgements: Healthy Hearts Northwest, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality EvidenceNOW Initiative
Publication date: 2015