Registration Closing Soon for Implementation Science Certification Course

Posted on August 23, 2019

Implementation Science Healthcare Performance Improvement Certification Sept. 8 is the last day to register for the Implementation Science: Health Performance Improvement Certification Course.

The multifaceted course will be hosted by the MHA Keystone Center and Vlasic & Roth. The collaboration between the MHA Keystone Center and the Birmingham-based consulting firm started in 2008 and has focused primarily on performance improvement and implementation plans for Hospital Improvement Innovation Network hospitals.

As part of the joint effort, a three-part program is being offered to MHA members to help break down barriers, close the gap between recommended and provided care, and improve results organizationwide. In addition, participants will go through the framework necessary to facilitate the implementation process and achieve measurable results.

The course will consist of a cloud-based, virtual training component that will take roughly eight to 10 hours to complete; an in-person boot camp event on Oct. 15 at the James B. Henry Center for Executive Development, Lansing; and an online exam. Upon completion of the three steps, trainees will receive a certificate of completion and designation as an Implementation Influencer. Members with questions should contact the MHA Keystone Center.


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