Highly Adoptable Improvement
The Highly Adoptable Improvement project is part of a research project conducted during my Harkness and Institute for Healthcare Improvement Fellowship in 2013-14. The project was supported by The Commonwealth Fund and IHI.
The Model, Guide and Tools are a work in progress and your suggestions for improvement would be most welcome.
Please provide any comments or questions in the field below. I may not be able to respond to all but I will do my best.
Christopher Hayes, M.D., M.Sc., M.Ed., a 2013-14 Canadian Harkness/CFHI Fellow in Health Care Policy and Practice, is the chief medical information officer with St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton. From 2006 to 2016 he was the medical director of quality and performance with St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto. From 2008-15 , Chris was the medical officer for the Canadian Patient Safety Institute, where he chaired the Canadian Safe Surgery Saves Lives program. He is a recognized leader in patient safety and quality improvement, working with regional, national, and international organizations.
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