Improvement Sprints are a simple way to learn new skills, build or change habits, and amplify impact by applying concentrated effort to generate improvement over a short period of time.
A practical process for focused work and rapid implementation, Improvement Sprints provide guidance in policy development, address drift and help organizations get back on track, provide technical and educational resources, and support implementation of best practices around a given topic. Each sprint engages the Triple Aim framework of better health, better care and lower costs to improve clinical quality, safety and population health. Participants are assigned a sprint mentor, national subject matter expertise and the opportunity to share across their cohort, which provides a strong platform for rapid adoption and sustainability of best practices.
There currently are no Improvement Sprints scheduled at this time.