Conducting Quality Improvement

These resources support the Quality Family Planning Recommendation that family planning sites have a system for conducting quality improvement, which is designed to review and strengthen the quality of services on an ongoing basis.

Conducting Quality Improvement Resources

56 Resources

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Introduction to Quality Improvement for Family Planning eLearning (Module 1)

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Using Data to Increase Clinic Efficiency: A Quality Improvement Guide

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A Framework for Quality Improvement: Family Planning and Patient-Centered Specialty Practice Toolkit

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Achieving the Triple Aim: Better Care, Better Health and Lower Cost Chart

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Address Common Concerns for Providing Long-Acting Reversible Contraception (LARC) to Adolescents Training Guide

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Building a Culture of Quality for Family Planning eLearning (Module 5)

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Contraceptive Access in Family Planning Settings Training Guide

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Data-Driven Quality Improvement eLearning (Module 3)

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Develop a Site-Level Improvement Plan Training Guide

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Develop Systems for Same-Visit Provision of All Contraceptive Methods (Best Practice 3) Training Guide

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Discuss Pregnancy Intention and Support Patients through Evidence-Informed, Patient-Centered Counseling (Best Practice 2) Training Guide

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Implementing Sustainable Quality Improvement eLearning (Module 4)

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Include Chlamydia Screening as a Part of Routine Clinical Preventive Care (Best Practice 1) Training Guide

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Increase Chlamydia Screening in Family Planning Settings Training Guide

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Quality Improvement Case Study: Haven Health Clinic Video

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Quality Improvement Methodologies: Using the Model for Improvement eLearning (Module 2)

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Same-Visit Contraception: Implementation Strategies for Clinic Staff Training Guide

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Stock a Broad Range of Contraceptive Methods (Best Practice 1) Training Guide

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Sustain and Spread Improvements Training Guide

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Use Normalizing and Opt-Out Language to Explain Chlamydia Screening (Best Practice 2) Training Guide

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Use the Least Invasive, High-Quality Recommended Laboratory Technologies for Chlamydia Screening, with Timely Turnaround (Best Practice 3) Training Guide

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Utilize Diverse Payment Options to Reduce Cost as a Barrier for the Client and the Facility (Best Practice 4) Training Guide

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Utilize Diverse Payment Options to Reduce Cost as a Barrier for the Facility and the Patient (Best Practice 4) Training Guide