Collaborative improvement networks are multi-site practice-based clinical networks that allow teams to learn from one another, effectively test and implement changes, use data to understand what works in practice, and improve care and outcomes. Networks are especially important in pediatric health care where no one center or group of physicians has a large enough sample of children to learn if what they are doing works.
To view the Objectives and Presentations from the National Meeting on Collaborative Improvement Networks in Children's Healthcare, held November 10-11, 2011
What are EPAs and why do we need them when we have competencies and milestones? What is the added value of EPAs to assessment? Also, we discuss example EPAs -- their descriptions and step-by-step mapping to competencies and milestones and explain why identifying EPAs is a "team sport."
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