"AIM was a success! Overall access improved, clerical staff is now scheduling patients (versus the nurses) and offices are re-arranged to decrease the disruptions, increase space and ease the finding of materials."
--The Northern Alberta Cardiac Rehabilitation Program, Edmonton, Alberta
Got any improvement projects that haven’t yielded the results you were looking for?
What about challenges in scaling or spreading tests of change?
During its years of supporting PCNs in access improvement, AIM Alberta has connected with world-renowned experts in quality improvement. We’re excited to announce that they are coming to Alberta to support directly our advancement of a healthcare quality-improvement culture.
Under the guidance and mentorship of three of North America's most respected QI authorities (Jane Taylor, Virginia Crowe and Ron Moen) as well as provincial leaders in primary healthcare improvement (John Lester and Darcy Jessen), participants can build the skills and attributes required to deliver high-quality improvement projects in their organizations. You will have the opportunity to work on, and be supported in delivering, an improvement project that aligns with your strategic business needs.
The Art and Science of Innovation and Improvement (ASII) is a high-quality program delivered by expert faculty at a fraction of the price of similar programs – and it’s here, in Alberta.
Registration is limited to 30 participants from across North America. The deadline for applications is Friday, July 24th.