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When and Where
  • 10/18/2020 – 10/25/2020
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  • Live
  • Career Advancement; Health Data Analytics; Leadership; Live; Patient Safety; Performance and Process Improvement; Population Health and Care Transitions; Quality and Accountability; Regulatory and Accreditation
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Healthcare Quality Week (HQW), brought to you by NAHQ, is a dedicated time to acknowledge the progress made by healthcare and quality professionals toward improving patient outcomes. Amid the global pandemic, quality has taken center stage and more healthcare professionals are being called upon to do this critical work. It’s clear that quality matters … now more than ever!

This event is FREE for NAHQ members and nonmembers.


Online: To access the content, click here.

Unlimited access until November 23, 2020

For HQW 2020, NAHQ is planning a week full of complimentary resources that provides meaningful value to the following audiences:

• NAHQ members 

• Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality® certificants 

• Healthcare quality professionals 

• Quality-curious healthcare professionals 

• Healthcare leaders and executives 

So ... as you mark your calendar, please also invite your leaders, co-workers, colleagues and others who share your passion for quality to save the date, too. The event will be FREE for everyone and will feature a wide array of engaging content, confidence-building tools and highly practical resources. 

NAHQ will also provide healthcare quality professionals with resources in advance of HQW 2020 to showcase this within your facility, system and local community. Begin thinking now about how Healthcare Quality Week can be executed locally and be on the lookout for more information soon from NAHQ to support your efforts. 

Continuing Education:

5 CPHQ credits 


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