Facilitating QUALITY IMPROVEMENT
FORMERLY PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT FACILITATOR 101 (PF 101)
Join us for a multi-day workshop to learn and develop the basic skills needed to facilitate quality improvement in your organization. HealthTeamWorks has been a leader in practice transformation for over ten years, and in this training, we are sharing best practices and effective strategies to develop the basic skills needed to facilitate quality improvement in your organization. The course is for practice or system facilitators, coaches, and practice managers who support quality improvement within a healthcare setting, in a practice or across a variety of departments, or on behalf of a practice transformation organization.
This workshop is interactive with both one-on-one and small group exercises, therefore, each workshop is limited 15 participants. Classes fill-up, so reserve your seat early!
Attendees will learn how to
Utilize the most common evidence based process and quality improvement tools
Use data to inform process and quality improvement opportunities, monitor progress and report outcomes
Engage your team in process and quality improvement activities to drive change
"This was a phenomenal opportunity. I learned a lot of useful information that I’m excited to put into practice! Great facilitators!"
- PF 101 participant June 2016
February 6 - 8, 2018 – Kansas City Metro. Click here to register. Registration closed.
April 9 - 10, 2018 – Little Rock, Arkansas. Click here to register. Registration closed.
April 24 - 25, 2018 – Denver, Colorado. Click here to register. Registration closed.
June 12 - 13, 2018 – Kansas City Metro. Click here to register.
October 23 - 24, 2018 – Denver, Colorado. Click here to register.
$2,000 per participant, registration includes one-year Individual membership to HealthTeamWorks Solutions Center
* Prior to registering, review our refund & cancellation policy here.
How our health team works with yours
HealthTeamWorks workplace development trainings and workshops started in 2010, evolving into a nationally recognized program. What makes our training unique and successful is that we provide attendees the opportunity to learn from, shadow and network with our experienced trainers. With access best practice tools and resources, participants have a road map to reference and a peer learning community to ask questions as they return to their practices and organizations to apply their new learnings. Graduates report that our programs increase their confidence to support practices on their transformation journey and their supervisors have noted the cost and time value of attendance.