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Gold Quality Award Virtual Workshop - IHCA

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Webinar Open to All

Gold Quality Award Virtual Workshop

When: August 5 - September 9, 2021 @ 2:00pm EST

REGISTER HERE

Members: Complimentary

About This Event


IHCA/INCAL in partnership with HCAM/MCAL and other state affiliates, presents a GOLD Quality Award virtual workshop series to help you better understand the Gold Award application criteria, scoring, and strategies for a successful application submission. This workshop helps identify and prevent the 5 most common reasons for not earning a site visit. By mastering the performance excellence fundamentals, creating your application plans, and refining your application skills will give you a head start on your Gold Award applications.

Each webinar will be approximately 3 hours in length (and recorded) and will be from 2:00pm-5:00pm EST.

Dates: August 5, August 10, August 19, August 26, August 31 and Sept. 9

Learning Objectives:
1. Describe the gold criteria and scoring guidelines.
2. Plan the application preparation project.
3. Master skills for presenting results.
4. Master skills for describing processes.
5. Describe systematic evaluation and improvement.
6. Plan for writing and reviewing the first draft of your application.

Who Should Participate: Suggested participants for this workshop are administrators and directors of nursing, along with other leadership team members including owners. A team approach is the most effective method to develop your application in a manner that makes it your “management document” and not just an award application.  This program is only for IHCA/INCAL Members.

Our Speakers

Glenn Bodinson
Founder, BaldrigeCoach

Kay Kendall

Questions about this event?

Please email Katie, IHCA/INCAL’s director of education, using the form below.

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