Registration is open for the 2023-2024 cohort of the Wisconsin Quality Residency Program offered by WHA in cooperation with the Rural Wisconsin Health Cooperative and co-sponsored by the Wisconsin Office of Rural Health.
The program is designed to engage new and novice hospital quality improvement leaders in a 12-month track of education, leadership training and networking—all critical for success in the first two years on the job. The program provides a comprehensive curriculum of core quality improvement concepts and leadership essentials instructed by experts in the field. Each module is aligned with at least one pillar of the National Association for Healthcare Quality’s Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality certification.
The program begins Jan. 25, 2023, and runs through Jan. 10, 2024,
and will include learning modules covering foundational topics, including regulatory and accreditation requirements, quality improvement concepts, collecting data for analysis and decision-making, and more. This program is a great opportunity for new quality leaders and quality staff. Program participants will have access to peer networking and coach calls, a dedicated email group for networking between sessions and experienced quality leaders throughout Wisconsin for support.
Program enrollment closes Jan. 18, 2023, after which guest registration will be available to accommodate individuals interested in attending one or more modules/topics of interest on a first come, first served basis.
See the program summary
and registration form
for more information on topics and cost and for information on critical access hospital scholarships.
Contact WHA Clinical Quality Improvement Manager Dana Fischer