Our aim is to foster an interprofessional community that advances quality improvement in health care through scholarly and educational activities.
We strive for a health care system that is high value and continuously improving.
Online Registration for the 2015 Fall meeting
Duncan Neuhauser Award for Curricular Innovation
2015 Award Submission System Now Open
Submission Deadline July 7, 2015
Presented at the AHI Annual Meeting
Thursday, May 29, 2014
1st place: Technologic of Monterrey, School of Medicine and Sciences
In recognition of the curriculum: “Children’s Workshop for Safety and Care”
2nd place: University of Alabama at Birmingham
In recognition of the curriculum: “Bridging the Theory-Practice Gap in Advanced Quality and Patient Safety Courses”
3rd place: Johns Hopkins University
In recognition of the curriculum: “The AIRS Program: an innovative, longitudinal and multifaceted curriculum designed to create future leaders in Patient Safety and Quality Improvement”
AHI Annual Meeting - Teaching and Disseminating Methods to Improve Healthcare Quality and Affordability
October 29 and 30, 2015
Hilton Alexandria Mark Center
5000 Seminary Road, Alexandria, VA 22311
Featured comments from 2014 meeting attendees:
“I returned to the AHI meeting this year because of the size of the meeting and ease of networking with QI leaders and experts.”
“Great motivating, great connections with multiple disciplines and expertise; open perspectives.”
“Loved having panel of presenters prior to workshops.”
“This is consistently one of my favorite meetings for the quality of training/education I receive.”
“Excellent conference. As a beginner researcher it's an opportunity to work with others at all levels of research skills and listen to their experience. Loved the interactive activities in all sessions.”
“First time attendee, I realize there is a lot to learn.”
“Great. I am relatively new learner in this topic but inspired to do more by my participation today.”
“Informative and motivating, very personable, approachable faculty participating.”
“What a great opportunity to learn about improvement from experts in the field!”
“Great meeting, so useful to have such a brilliant group of thinkers and doers come together to help us learn quality improvement.”
“Very creative format on many fronts.”
Great Member Benefit!
The Personal Continuous Quality Improvement Work Book by Duncan Neuhauser, Sylvia Myhre, and Farrokh Alemi has been used all over the world to teach health professional students about quality improvement. Typically students are given a copy of the work book and asked to use the quality tools to improve some process in their life. Typical choices include more exercise, diet change, watching less television or improving study habits, but many other topics are possible.