Program details

HANYS' Quality Residency Program consists of four parts:

  • three on-demand quality basics sessions to be viewed between April 1 and April 13;
  • two half-day quality fundamentals sessions on April 13 and April 20
  • two advanced virtual learning webinars on May 4 and May 18; and
  • one Capstone program on June 1.

Quality basics on-demand sessions

To enhance the learning experience, participants are asked to view the following three 45-minute on-demand sessions between April 1 and April 13:


#1

HANYS Quality Residency Program: Your Roadmap for Success

Kathleen Rauch, RN, MSHQS, BSN, CPHQ, Vice President, Quality Advocacy, Research and Innovation and Post-acute and Continuing Care

Erin Gretzinger, CPHQ, Director, Quality Advocacy, Research and Innovation, HANYS

#2

Introduction to Healthcare Quality and Safety

Nancy Landor, RN, MS, CPHQ, Senior Director, Strategic Quality Initiatives, Quality Advocacy, Research and Innovation, HANYS

Build a foundational understanding of healthcare quality and safety.

Learning objectives

By the end of this session, participants will be able to:

  • review the history of quality improvement;
  • recognize early pioneers’ contributions to healthcare quality;
  • relate the evolution of performance and process improvement approaches to the sustainable principles and methodologies still in use today; and
  • discuss the depth and breadth of the quality field in 2020.

#3

Healthcare Quality Reporting Programs

Kathleen Rauch, RN, MSHQS, BSN, CPHQ

Understand quality reporting programs, associated requirements and what resources and tools are available.

Learning objectives

By the end of this session, participants will be able to:

  • describe the various federal quality reporting programs and list where program resources can be found; and
  • discuss New York state quality programs and note the location of quality program resources.