Key Decision Points for Collaborative CQI-Part 1

This is the first post of a multi-part series on Collaborative CQI (Continuous Quality Improvement) Part 1: Creating Trust and Positive Impact by Nathaniel Israel Health and human service systems are composed of people. People make important decisions which shift the likelihood that children and families will meet their health and wellness goals. Having a common framework for understanding and improving decision-making is critical to system adaptation and child and family success. Responsibility and empowerment to make decisions cannot be left up to people at only one level of the system. Multiple… Read More