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QHINewsletters QHi is a multi-state benchmarking project designed by small rural Kansas hospitals to evaluate and compare their clinical and operational performance. The Web-based tool includes a dashboard and a reporting application where hospitals create self-defined peer groups for comparison and benchmarking. The growth of the user driven QHi program has exceeded expectations and is now being used by more than300 hospitals in 16 states, including100 hospitals in Kansas. In May of 2013, the QHi site opened to include Rural Health Clinics. For more information, contact Sally Othmer or Stuart Moore (785) 233-7436.

Quality Health Indicators - QHi Website

QHi Brochure

QHi Hospital Measures

QHi Clinic Measures

QHi 020817 Back to Basics Presentation


It is important for hospital boards to understand what types of services patients in their region are seeking and where those patients are going for care. Please join KHA for a Noon Briefing on Friday, June 30, where Sally Othmer, senior director of data and quality, will explore how to use generated reports from the Analytic Advantage Plus website to support strategic market-share decisions by identifying trends in both inpatient and outpatient activity.
The Kansas Hospital Association is hosting a three-part management development webinar series that will take place over several months. This webinar series will provide new and more experienced managers with the nuts and bolts of management.
For more information regarding the KHA Leadership Institute, contact the KHA Education Department at cmadden@kha-net.org or (785) 233-7436.
For more information regarding this program, contact Tish Hollingsworth or Dee Lewis at (785) 233-7436.
The Kansas Hospital Association is hosting a three-part management development webinar series that will take place over several months. This webinar series will provide new and more experienced managers with the nuts and bolts of management.