Those six words are more than the Hospital Quality Institute’s tagline. They’re the foundation of what we do every day and serve as a constant reminder of our goal to help you deliver the safest, highest-quality care possible. They’re the words that push us to be better than the day before — because the people you care for depend on you, and you depend on us.
At October’s annual conference, HQI launched the Hospital Quality Improvement Platform — a system that consolidates disparate data sources into a single, statewide platform. Its reports and benchmarking tools fuel improvement with intelligence, providing hospital leaders with invaluable quality performance analytics. To date, 339 hospitals have been contacted for participation; of those, 185 responded favorably. Eighty […]
In February 2020, HQI will launch a perinatal mental health (PMH) initiative aimed at continuing the strides California hospitals have made in improving maternity care. The initiative will help hospital perinatal staff understand, recognize, and effectively respond to mental health issues in the perinatal period. It will also help hospitals comply with a new law — Assembly Bill 3032 (Chapter 773, Statutes of 2018) — that, effective Jan. 1, will require hospitals to educate perinatal employees about maternal mental health conditions and inform postpartum women and families about the signs and symptoms of maternal mental health disorders, local post-hospital treatment options, and community resources. The initiative is funded through a grant from the California Health Care Foundation.
Each year, CHPSO provides members with an update of the safety event reports submitted to the CHPSO database. Under a federal law, CHPSO provides a protection to hospitals by collecting safety event data. In turn, CHPSO analyzes these data from member organizations and provides specific feedback to hospitals and shares general, de-identified information with the […]