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Starting with the End in Mind: Planning for Sustainability

Successful project planning involves starting with the end in mind, meaning planning for sustainability from the onset. Too often as new projects come in, attention shifts, and backsliding can occur. In the Institute for Healthcare Improvement’s white paper titled “Sustaining Improvement” (2016) key lessons are summarized from high-performing healthcare organizations known for their clinical excellence. […]

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Threats to Integrating Quality and Safety Work and Planning for Success

Threats to Integrating Quality and Safety Work and Planning for Success

When integrating change into practice, it’s important to understand the threats to integrating quality and safety work and planning for success. This is the third article in a series describing challenges encountered in this area, and it highlights backsliding, knowledge degradation, and large-scale implementation without testing.  Backsliding Backsliding occurs when there is initial improvement noted

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