Coaching in Quality Improvement

Adapting the strategy of clinical microsystem theory to foster interdisciplinary knowledge, system improvement and change.

Microsystems are at the foundation of every health care system. They are the building blocks that form the "place where patients, families and interdisciplinary health care groups meet." Microsystems directly influence the quality, safety and value of care provided.

Making improvements in health care is hard work. Help is often needed. Blending empirical evidence and cutting edge research specific to coaching interdisciplinary groups in health care improvement has shown those with coaching support are more likely to be successful in their improvement efforts.

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