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Quality Improvement Plans


According to a paper published by the Public Health Foundation*, a QI plan is "a living document and needs to be revised on a regular basis to reflect accomplishments, lessons learned, and changing organizational priorities. It is not a one-time static document but one that should constantly describe the current state and future state of quality in any local health department."  

The Public Health Accreditation Board requires a QI plan as documentation for measure 9.2.1 A of the Standards and Measures Version 1.5. Below are some examples and resources for QI Plan development.

 
 
QI Plan Templates

 
QI Plan Examples

Examples of QI plans from LHDs include:

 

  • Several other QI Plan examples can be found online at PHQIX - the Public Health Quality Improvement Exchange (login required).

PLEASE NOTE: The examples on this page have not been evaluated against PHAB’s standards and measures. They serve only as examples.

 
Other QI Plan Resources