IHI Educational Presentation and Panel - Insurance Exchange
Thursday, November 21, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Do you have questions about the Health Insurance Exchange?
Would you like to hear perspectives from people impacted by the Health Insurance Exchange?
Your local PSU & OHSU Institute for Healthcare Improvement Open School Chapter would like to invite you to join the conversation and get your questions answered.
Complimentary refreshments to follow!
YOU MUST REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT--Please bring your ticket to the event.
**This event will also be web-streamed and recorded so if you cannot attend in person we will be posting a link from our website and Facebook page for viewing. Please do NOT register if you are watching online.**
When & Where
The PSU & OHSU IHI Open School Chapter
The Institute for Healthcare Improvement Open School aims to fill an educational void for health profession students by providing free online curriculum modules focused on patient safety and quality improvement. Additionally, the IHI Open School provides opportunities for hands-on learning through chapters like ours.
As students in Oregon we are committed to increasing access, decreasing error, and improving the quality of health and health services in our community through a collaborative interprofessional network. While we are currently affiliated with two universities, we welcome participation from all students, faculty, community members, consumers, and other professionals.
Together we are part of an international movement that recognizes that we are all patients at some time in our lives, so patients should come first. The IHI empowers everyone to recognize problems and provides tools to make change happen. Join us to become involved and make this a reality together.
Vision: To become a sustainable chapter developing innovative leaders that aspire to improve the quality of health and healthcare for the community.
Mission: To connect healthcare leaders from across the Portland Metropolitan area, with the goal of developing skills in the areas of quality and safety improvement in healthcare.