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Quality Improvement Case Study Repository

The 鶹ýQuality Improvement Case Study Repository is a collection of QI projects from hospitals participating in 鶹ý鶹ý.

The 鶹ýQuality Improvement Case Study Repository is a collection of QI projects from hospitals participating in 鶹ý鶹ý.

The 鶹ýQuality Improvement Case Study Repository is a centralized platform of quality improvement projects implemented by participants of the 鶹ý鶹ý. Each of the curated projects in the repository has been formatted to follow the new 鶹ýQuality Framework, allowing readers to easily understand the details of each project from planning through execution, data analysis, and lessons learned.

All projects were developed by surgical clinical reviewers, cancer registrars, surgeon champions, program directors, or other quality improvement professionals. They focus on a local problem, utilize local data, and were implemented within their own facilities. They describe the team’s experience, explain project challenges, and how these challenges were addressed.

The 鶹ýis providing these case studies to educate and inspire surgical teams, their hospitals, and other healthcare entities to engage in quality improvement activities. Quality improvement is not an exact science, and it is important that your quality improvement project is based on a local problem at your institution.

The case studies offered represent the experiences of the authors and may not be generalizable to other institutions. These examples may serve as a starting point to assist you in developing your own quality improvement initiative. Adapting projects outlined as example here does not guarantee compliance with an 鶹ýaccreditation or verification standard.

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If you have a quality improvement project you would like to add to the case study repository or would like to provide feedback on this new resource, contact us at ACSQualityFramework@facs.org.