In today’s current healthcare environment, change is constant.
Providers are trying to deliver high value care with good quality outcomes, as well as care that’s safe and free from medical errors.
When you add on to this new technology that’s being introduced to the way we deliver healthcare on an almost weekly basis, it is very difficult to then curb costs, become efficient and provide the care that we all strive to provide.
To this end Harvard Medical School’s program, Safety, Quality, Informatics and Leadership (SQIL) aims to provide you with the tools you need to become a global leader in health care delivery.
What is SQIL?
SQIL is a one-year certificate program consisting of three in-person, 3-day workshops, live interactive webinars, pre-recorded lectures, and peer collaboration. This program will give participants direct access to the world’s leading authorities in safety, quality, medical informatics and health leadership.
Who should apply?
SQIL is designed for people who work in leadership roles in clinical quality and patient safety. Medical doctors, nurses, administrative leaders, policy makers, researchers and industry professionals are encouraged to apply. For more information about whether the SQIL program is the right fit for you, visit the Admission page.