SAVE THE DATE! APRIL 18, 2023

The Excellence through Quality Improvement Project (E-QIP), Ontario Health, the Knowledge Institute on Child and Youth Mental Health and Addictions and the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) are partnering again this year to deliver a QI Innovations conference on Better Data, Better Decisions, Better Outcomes taking place April 18th, 2023. This conference is for mental health and addiction providers and system planners who are interested in data driven decision making and quality improvement. We are pleased to announce we are currently accepting abstracts until January 6, 2023 . Click the button below to learn more.

About the Conference

Regardless of where you are there are lessons to be learned and things that were learned “the hard way” to achieve better outcomes. This year’s QI Innovations conference will explore four themes related to the ‘data journey’:

    • Getting Started: What Do I Do with All This Data?
    • Adjusting: Data Exhaustion Strategies and Learnings
    • Progressing: Telling Your Data Story and Engagement in QI, and
    • Contribution to the System

This conference is for mental health and addiction providers and system planners who are interested in data driven decision making and quality improvement. This one-day virtual event will offer networking opportunities, poster presentations, concurrent sessions, wellness activities and more! Watch this space for exciting conference updates! 

Conference participants will increase their knowledge of: 

    • How to use the data they collect from standardized tools for quality improvement
    • How other community mental health and addiction organizations (or integrated care systems like Ontario health Teams) are leveraging existing data to improve care
    • The linkage between local data, performance management and system priorities

The Excellence through Quality Improvement Project (E-QIP) is pleased to deliver this conference in partnership with Ontario Health, the Knowledge Institute on Child and Youth Mental Health and Addictions and the Centre for Addiction and mental Health (CAMH.)