The 2020 QI Summit Series Innovation Exchange
IHQC and CCALAC are excited to host this year’s virtual Innovation Exchange. This is a unique opportunity for non-profit safety net health care providers and staff (FQHC’s, look-alikes, free clinics, public hospitals, and county-based health systems) to showcase their quality and process improvement projects, and exchange promising practices with their colleagues.
Please see below for a welcome message from Cedars-Sinai.
Submit a Poster!
Organizations are encouraged to create a poster highlighting a recent quality improvement or process improvement project. Clinics may also highlight changes implemented quickly to help their organization gain stability over the past few months, or share how they have adapted to continue their improvement efforts.
Check out your colleagues’ posters and videos, and submit questions and comments.
9/8/20 – 11/9/20: Poster Submission Period (deadline extended to 11/9/20)
11/10/20 – 12/11/20: Virtual Poster Walk & Judges’ Review Period
12/16/20: Networking Event & Awards Ceremony
Thanks to the generous sponsorship of Cedars-Sinai, five awards* will be presented at the Celebratory Event. All awards will be determined by a panel of impartial judges from multiple organizations.
Cedars-Sinai Health Impact Award
Project demonstrates outstanding achievements in addressing equitable access, patient experience, and the social factors that impact health.
Summit Series Theme: Strategic Realignment
Poster features a new strategic approach developed by the organizations in direct response to COVID-19.
Summit Series Theme: Data Display
Poster includes a data display that effectively enhances the story of the team’s improvement journey.
Summit Series Theme: Telehealth
Poster demonstrates a project focused on patient experience via telehealth/telemedicine.
Creative Innovation Award
Poster highlights changes or PDSAs that demonstrate highly creative, “out of the box” idea(s).
*Award eligibility is reserved for non-profit health care providers based in Los Angeles County that support the safety net: FQHC’s, look-alikes, free clinics, public hospitals, and county-based health systems.