NACCHO QI Self-Assessment Pilot Test: Your Input Needed

Wednesday, August 1, 2018 - NACCHO is revising the Organizational Culture of Quality Self-Assessment Tool (QI SAT) which was initially released in 2013. This tool is designed to assess an organization's quality improvement (QI) maturity and is based on NACCHO's Roadmap to a Culture of Quality. These tools provide a framework for organizations to identify strengths and areas for improvement across 6 foundational elements of a QI culture. In an effort to continuously improve the tool, NACCHO is working on developing Version 2.0 of the QI SAT, which incorporates public health practitioner and QI expert feedback.

NACCHO is now in the pilot testing phase of this process and is requesting your help to test the revised version. This pilot test is designed for senior leadership and/or QI leaders with the most knowledge and experience with QI in the organization. The pilot test includes 56 diagnostic statements from the QI SAT, a few demographic/background questions about your organization, and some open ended response questions to provide feedback. We anticipate that the survey should take approximately one hour to complete. All the data will be anonymous and will be analyzed in the aggregate to conduct some reliability testing, identify trends, and further improvements. We ask that the respondent be an individual most knowledgeable about QI efforts in your agency. Please only submit one survey per organization. We are disseminating this survey through a variety of mechanisms so apologies in advance if you receive this invitation multiple times.
If you are able to participate in this pilot test, you may access the survey at this linkNACCHO is requesting that all responses be submitted by Thursday, August 9. If you have any questions or concerns, contact Pooja Verma at you in advance for your consideration in this important step in our process. We look forward to releasing Version 2.0 of this tool in September 2018!
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