I-TECH’s quality improvement approach emphasizes ongoing assessments of program aims and operations. Country projects apply continuous quality improvement (CQI) strategies targeting both programmatic and management activities. Small-scale, practical Plan-Do-Study-Act (PDSA) cycles are used to construct improvement goals, test proposed changes, and implement adjustments, leading to increased quality of operations, service delivery, and care.
I-TECH works with MISAU to expand a pilot project to provide an assisted partner services
intervention. The project is aimed at encouraging patients newly diagnosed with HIV infection to disclose their status to their partners, and bring them to the clinic for testing ...Read More
Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programs offers health care workers the chance to continue to improve performance, develop, maintain and update knowledge, skills and attitudes in order to provide safe, ethical, legal, and effective care to patients, clients and the community ...Read More
In partnership with CDC, I-TECH helps the Haitian MSPP to implement the national care improvement program, HealthQual, by training providers on quality improvement concepts and using data from the EMR, iSanté, for clinical decision making and improved care. I-TECH mentors are coaches for the implementation of quality improvement projects in ...Read More
Since 2013, I-TECH has led quality improvement (QI) collaboratives in the Caribbean region, enabling multidisciplinary teams based at health facilities to work together toward a common goal of improving care and treatment for patients with HIV ...Read More