Free training session 05/17 – Quality Improvement in Public Health

Quality Improvement in Public Health

Friday, May 17, 2013
9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Holiday Inn Convention Center
222 Potomac Blvd.
Mount Vernon, IL 62864

The Quality Improvement Training is for any organization who wants to learn formal tools, methods and processes for improving a process or performance in a particular area such as: 

  • Need to increase duration of breastfeeding among your WIC clients?
  • Want to increase attendance at coalition meetings?
  • Want to improve your childhood immunization rates?
  • Interested in reducing your no-show rate for client appointments?
  • Want to improve customer service by reducing wait times?
  • Need to improve efficiency of your food safety inspections, or increase compliance?
  • Interested in increasing traffic on your website and social media sites?
  • Can your response time for well and septic inspections be shortened?
  • Can you work with physicians and hospitals to improve the timeliness of communicable disease reporting?

Just as hospitals and clinicians use QI to improve processes and outcomes, you can too. In this era of “doing more with less”, by using QI for public health programs you can address problems like these to increase your efficiency and get better outcomes to boot.  This QI training is for your staff in maternal and child health, health promotion, environmental health, communicable disease, home  health, and more.

Registration Open for Integrated Public Health and Medical Preparedness Summit & IPHA 72nd Annual Meeting

Register now to reserve your spot!

Integrated Public Health and Medical Preparedness Summit

and IPHA 72nd Annual Meeting

Mission Possible! Uniting to Reach our Goals

June 18-20, 2013

Westin Lombard Yorktown Center

Lombard, Illinois

This joint conference, hosted by the Illinois Department of Public Health and playned the Illinois Public Health Association, will feature 8 tracks with over 30 concurrent sessions, demonstration workshops, plenary sessions with dynamic keynote speakers, an exhibit hall, webcasts, reception, awards presentation, the annual Friends of Public Health Dinner and so much more!