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Emory Healthcare Quality Academy

The Academy was formed in 2007 to further the mission of Emory Healthcare and to help fulfill our quality promise to patients of impeccable outcomes, delivered safely, with excellent service.

  • Leadership for Healthcare Improvement - this is a 2-day course designed to give health care leaders an introduction to quality improvement. More info (PDF)
  • Practical Methods for Healthcare Improvement - this 12-day course, divided into 3-day sessions monthly for 4 months, is designed to develop local quality improvement leaders who are capable of independently planning and conducting improvement in their areas and serving as resources to others. More info (PDF)

 

If you’re building your practice or entering practice in the next few years, this series is for you. Learn about the business side of health care from experts in the Emory Healthcare community.

“There were some great tips shared during this session. I really appreciate everyone coming and sharing their time and experiences”

“Gave me a better understanding of team makeup and interaction as well as the generational impact on information transference”

Faculty Development in Quality Improvement (QI)

This 7-part curriculum introduces QI terminology and methods and teaches skills required to implement and carry out an independent QI project through a mentored, interprofessional project, and provides participants insights into teaching QI.

 

Healthcare Innovation Program

The Healthcare Innovation Program (HIP) is an interactive network among members of the Georgia Clinical & Translational Science Alliance (Georgia CTSA) that provides information, resources, and community connectivity to support and enhance innovation in healthcare research, education, and service.