Appendix A
Workshop Agenda

CONDUCT OF HEALTH CARE QUALITY IMPROVEMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION RESEARCH

Arnold and Mabel Beckman Center

100 Academy Drive Irvine, CA 92612

May 24–25, 2007

THURSDAY, MAY 24, 2007—Auditorium

8:30 am

Welcome

Major persistent quality problems

  • Value perspective—Paul O’Neill, Forum co-chair

  • Patient perspective—Denise Dougherty, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ)

9:00 am

Major problems in spreading health care quality

  • Paul Plsek, Directed Creativity

9:45 am

Break

10:00 am

Approaches to researching health care quality improvement: State of the science

  • Kaveh Shojania, University of Ottawa

  • Paul Heidenreich, Stanford University

  • Jeremy Grimshaw, Ottawa Health Research Institute

  • Trish Greenhalgh, University College London

  • Brian Mittman, Veterans Administration

  • William Tierney, Indiana University

Discussion

  • Moderator: Marshall Chin, University of Chicago



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The State of Quality Improvement and Implementation Research: Expert Views, Workshop Summary Appendix A Workshop Agenda CONDUCT OF HEALTH CARE QUALITY IMPROVEMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION RESEARCH Arnold and Mabel Beckman Center 100 Academy Drive Irvine, CA 92612 May 24–25, 2007 THURSDAY, MAY 24, 2007—Auditorium 8:30 am Welcome Major persistent quality problems Value perspective—Paul O’Neill, Forum co-chair Patient perspective—Denise Dougherty, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) 9:00 am Major problems in spreading health care quality Paul Plsek, Directed Creativity 9:45 am Break 10:00 am Approaches to researching health care quality improvement: State of the science Kaveh Shojania, University of Ottawa Paul Heidenreich, Stanford University Jeremy Grimshaw, Ottawa Health Research Institute Trish Greenhalgh, University College London Brian Mittman, Veterans Administration William Tierney, Indiana University Discussion Moderator: Marshall Chin, University of Chicago

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The State of Quality Improvement and Implementation Research: Expert Views, Workshop Summary 12:30 pm What we know and don’t know about effective quality improvement (QI) strategies: Developing agendas for research/evaluation and spread Identify three high-priority, effective QI strategies as basis for developing a spread agenda Identify three high-priority, unanswered questions about QI strategies as basis for developing a research/evaluation agenda 1:30 pm Spread and implementation of quality improvement research findings   Spread and implementation of research findings   Paul Wallace, Kaiser Permanente David Pryor, Aetna   Research   William Rouse, Georgia Institute of Technology Newton Margulies, University of California, Irvine   Other observers   Guenter Risse, University of Washington 3:15 pm Break 3:30 pm Breakout groups (discuss what we need to know)   Spread and implementation of research findings   Strategies for change in various settings Accounting for context   Moderator: Andrea Kabcenell, Institute for Healthcare Improvement   Research   How to get new methods accepted Strengthen research methods   Moderator: Marita Titler, University of Iowa 4:45 pm Reconvene with larger group Report answers Discussion 5:30 pm Adjourn

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The State of Quality Improvement and Implementation Research: Expert Views, Workshop Summary FRIDAY, MAY 25, 2007—Auditorium 7:45 am Revisit themes from Day 1 Tom Boat, Forum co-chair 8:00 am Reactions panel: Strategic opportunities   Ethics   Jeffrey Cohen, HRP Associates, Inc.   Research training   Steve Shortell, University of California, Berkeley   Publication community   Cathy DeAngelis, Journal of the American Medical Association Brian Mittman, Implementation Science   Funding   Denise Dougherty, AHRQ Ignatius Bau, The California Endowment 9:30 am Moving forward: Opportunities for change William Rouse, Georgia Institute of Technology Paul Wallace, Kaiser Permanente Discussion 10:30 am General reactions 11:00 am Adjourn