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Quality/Patient Safety Series

Quality Collaboration

The Quality Collaboration Meeting is a quarterly webinar that gives many Texas rural hospitals the opportunity to discuss current quality/patient safety topics in an open forum with key staff in similar facilities.

This meeting provides rural hospitals with the opportunity to network with each other in seeking solutions and or input to issues common to similar hospitals. Discussions often include patient safety issues, quality improvement and upcoming legislative changes. At the conclusion of the meeting, the floor is open to all for discussion of any current issues, questions or problems.

Medicare Beneficiary Quality Improvement Project (MBQIP)

ARCHI is working in collaboration with the State Office of Rural Health (SORH) and Texas Hospital Association Foundation (THAF) to assist Critical Access Hospitals in reporting MBQIP measures. We will provide information on MBQIP measures, reporting process for all III Phasses and how to use this data in quality improvement efforts. This work is funded by SORH Flex grant with a goal of creating a Texas CAH network. For more information please contact Tammy Wagner at 979-436-0391 or twagner@tamu.edu

ARCHI Virtual Training and Quality Improvement Project

The ARCHI Virtual Training and Quality Improvement Project is a 3 month Continuing Nursing Education (CNE) webinar series. Cost for a Hospital/Clinic is $200 for nursing staff, or $50 for individual nurses.

Help meet requirement for participation QI initiative * Provides valuable evidence-based training * Promotes facility-wide Culture of Safety

For more information please contact Walter Page at 979-436-0730 or wpage@tamu.edu