This Month's Updates ...
With the dev team continuing to make good progress with the instant messaging functionality, shaping up the stories area and fine tuning the field editing in the system, we have also been creating a space where people can easily access Life QI logos, flyers, leaflets, image libraries etc. The Life QI Media Kit page has now been launched on our website.
1. Media Kit
As our brand continues to evolve, we want to make sure people have access to our most current assets. There are organizations out there still using old logos and material so this should help everyone to stay as up-to-date as possible. If you are using any Life QI branding on your website or intranet it would be great if you could replace logos and flyers with the most recent ones. If there is anything else you would like to see on this page you can feedback via live chat on the Media Kit page.
2. Social Media
Our Life QI social media presence is growing and we are now across 4 different platforms. We love to share customer insights, interesting quality improvement articles, helpful blog articles, events, photos and Life QI updates. So, if you are on any of the following social platforms follow us to stay in the loop:
We have had many requests for an article explaining project process scores, which are taken from the IHI Model for Improvement. This article breaks down the scoring system to make it easier to rate your improvement projects. Take a look here.
University of Michigan C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital receives $1.5M gift to support work to improve congenital heart care.
Exciting news for one of our clients Cardiac Networks United in the USA, fantastic to see you partnering with The Children's Heart Foundation to improve congenital heart disease. $1.5M will support Cardiac Networks United research and QI projects across member networks. Good luck to you both and the member networks working with you. Action Learning Network, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, National Pediatric Cardiology Quality Improvement Collaborative, Pediatric Acute Care Cardiology Collaborative (PAC3), The Pediatric Cardiac Critical Care Consortium (PC⁴) and Mott Children's Hospital. Click here to read more.
If you have any success stories or would be interested in doing a mini case study with us, we would love to hear from you. Click here to drop us an email.