At the end of the day, the mission of every hospital is to improve the lives of the patients they serve. Quality of care and patient satisfaction are core initiatives at heart of every healthcare institution. But, how do hospitals achieve improved quality of care and higher patient satisfaction?

One model that many healthcare institutions have adopted to help in their efforts to improve patient care and quality outcomes is the Quadruple Aim. The Quadruple Aim framework is based off the Institute for Healthcare Improvement’s (IHI) Triple Aim, which looks at the patient experience of care, reducing the total cost of care, and population health, and then adds on a fourth focus of improving workforce well-being with the mindset that happy healthcare providers equate to happy patients.

EBSCO Health CNO Diane Hanson recently took a closer look at the Quadruple Aim and it’s four components to help organizations better understand the element of the Quadruple Aim and how each relates to improved patient care. In our webinar “The Quadruple Aim: Hitting the Mark for Improvement,” Diane deconstructs the Quadruple Aim, offering viewers a deeper understanding of each element of the Quadruple Aim along with tips to learn about, act on and improve in each area. Press play to explore the topic further with Diane.

The Quadruple Aim: Hitting the Mark for Improvement WEBINAR from EBSCO on Vimeo.

Only interested in one component of the Quadruple Aim?

No problem. Check out our EBSCO Health Nursing Pulse mini webinars. Each short video focuses specifically on one element of the Quadruple Aim at a time. Each video includes Diane’s expert insights on improving the quality of care by tackling the components of the Quadruple Aim.

EBSCO Health Nursing Pulse: The Patient Experience of Care »
EBSCO Health Nursing Pulse: Reducing the Total Cost of Care »
EBSCO Health Nursing Pulse: Population Health »
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Explore how EBSCO Health’s comprehensive suite of evidence-based point-of-care resources, research tools and healthcare business intelligence offerings help support the Quadruple Aim and your institution’s efforts to improve patient care and quality outcomes.