Institute for Healthcare Improvement: The 5 Million Lives Campaign Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Institute for Healthcare Improvement in (IHI) 100,000 Lives campaign ended in June 2006. This 18-month campaign sought to keep 100,000 people from unnecessary death in American hospitals and is the subject of an L-13. To successfully fulfill their goals, IHI accept a range of organizations, including hospitals, regulators, insurance companies, medical associations and other Healthcare-related groups to work together toward a common goal of improving patient safety. In December, IHI began subsequent campaign intended to prevent instances 5000000 medical harm over the next two years. This case describes the 5 million lives campaign, as it is built on the previous campaign, and issues faced by IHI at the end of the effort. "Hide
by Hayagreeva Rao, David W. Hoyt Source: Stanford Graduate School of Business 15 pages. Publication Date: Mar 05, 2010. Prod. #: L16-PDF-ENG

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