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John Curran Quality Improvement Award

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Purpose

The John Curran Quality Improvement Award annually recognizes a Florida delivery hospital that has made a measurable and sustained positive change in a major perinatal quality improvement indicator/issue through the implementation of quality improvement activities within the previous three years.

Major perinatal indicators are those indicators endorsed or recognized by national and other quality improvement efforts including the National Quality Forum (NQF), Vermont Oxford Network (VON), Leapfrog, Alliance for Innovation on Maternal Health (AIM), the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), and the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ).

Eligibility

All delivery hospitals in the state of Florida are encouraged to apply whether actively participating in the FPQC or not, and whether a well-established quality improvement program or a beginner. The hospital award recipient must be able to send representatives to attend the FPQC annual conference to accept the award in person: April 19-20, 2018. 

If you submitted an application for the Curran Award in the previous year and were not awarded, you may re-submit your project as long as it fits within the time frame described below. One member of the team that wins the Curran Award will be asked to serve on the Curran Award committee.

Criteria

  • Florida delivery hospital.
  • Demonstrable perinatal health care quality improvement initiative since 2015 leading to the change.  
  • Measurable and sustained improvement in a major perinatal quality improvement indicator.  
  • Tangible population impacts especially among high risk or vulnerable populations of mothers and infants. 
  • Have not been award the Curran Award in the previous two years (award cycles).

Application

Please submit a complete application and all attachments in one e-mail to FPQC@health.usf.edu by January 2, 2018.


Applicants will be notified of award status by February 15, 2018 

Previous Awardees

2017 Curran Award Recipients



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