We want to be the ultimate partner for healthcare improvement
We believe improvement is inherently collaborative, so our tools make it easy to coordinate, compare, and share your work to drive massive change. From health systems to hospital associations, QualarisAudit™ can automate collaborative multi-site improvement projects. By working together, every site benefits by not only auditing and improving their practices but also sharing benchmarking data and best practice reports.
We are seeking partners of all types. Please contact us today to learn more about collaborative opportunities in your region. By organizing a collaborative, you can:
- Get free software solutions for every participating site
- Track and compare performance across multiple sites
- Share and compare improvement strategies on a common platform
- Coordinate and disseminate new practices over time
Collaboration in practice: Hospital Council of Western Pennsylvania
We love this tool!
I absolutely love the Hand Hygiene monitor. It is the BEST tool that I have ever used to monitor hand hygiene. It is simple, takes very little time yet is comprehensive and provides exceptional reports.
We have to give the credit to you and your team for providing the resources to allow us to make our patients safer.
… a ray of hope for the nursing profession …
Who are you and where have you been all my life?
All of these reactions came straight from members of the Hospital Council of Western Pennsylvania. The council seeks to transform how the region collaboratively improves best practices in safe care delivery. After being introduced to Qualaris through one of their members, the council saw an opportunity to partner and better coordinate process improvement throughout their member hospitals.
Members were introduced to Qualaris, shared their most pressing improvement challenges, and decided to pick two to focus on addressing through a Qualaris collaborative: hand hygiene and falls prevention. Members not only receive standard Qualaris software service but can see how they stack up against their peers and work together to drive region-wide improvement.
If another association asked me if they should do a collaboration, I would say why not? What do you have to lose? You’re gaining the ability to share something with your members. You’re gaining the ability to improve healthcare for all of your members patients. So, why not?