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Edited by: PHF President Ron Bialek, PHF Senior Quality Advisor John W. Moran, and Quality Expert Grace L. Duffy.
Little in the current world is simple. Nothing comes in a box for us to add water and stir. There are those, however, who have been successful and who are willing to share their success. The messages in The Public Health Quality Improvement Handbook are from leaders, physicians, practitioners, academics, consultants, and researchers who are successfully applying the tools and techniques they share. The chapters are written to support the leaders and workforce of the public health community.
There has never been a better or more crucial time for QI in America’s health systems. This book provides a wealth of examples that will assist you with effectively expanding the use of QI tools and techniques to improve the nation’s health and the health of the communities you serve.
What others are saying about The Public Health Quality Improvement Handbook:
"A copy of this book should be on the desk of every public health administrator in the United States."
- Lou Rowitz, PHD, University of Illinois at Chicago. Read Dr. Rowitz' full review on his blog, Rowitz on Leadership..
"Truly an all-encompassing handbook, this serves as a reference guide for quality improvement as it applies to public health. It does not stop at quality improvement methods; it also includes case studies and other techniques. The quality of the writing is uniform."
-I. Elaine Allen, PHD, Research Director of Arthur M. Bank Center for Entrepreneurship, Babson College
"The Public Health Quality Improvement Handbook is an excellent resource, dense with information on the fundamental concepts of quality improvement and their applicability to the field of public health." -Pooja Verma, NACCHO