Delivering the right care at the right time in the right setting is the core mission of Kansas hospitals. KHA is committed to helping our members improve the quality of care they deliver every day.
Patient care that meets the highest standards of safety and quality - has been identified by the Kansas Hospital Association Board of Directors as one of our strategic issues. If you have questions regarding a quality or patient safety issue, contact Karen Braman at (785) 233-7436.
The following resources provide additional details about these changes:
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QHi is a Kansas born multi-state benchmarking program specifically designed, developed and driven by small rural hospitals and rural health clinics. Participants compare selected performance measures with other similar facilities in the realms of clinical quality, workforce, financial and patient satisfaction. Kansas hospital participation is funded by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment through FLEX funds. QHi is managed by KHERF.
Questions? Please contact Stuart Moore or Sally Othmer
The Kansas Hospital Association and the Kansas Medical Society founded the Kansas Healthcare Collaborative in 2008 as a provider-led organization dedicated to transforming health care through patient-centered initiatives that improve quality, safety and value. KHC embodies the commitment of KHA and KMS to act as a resource and continually enhance care provided to Kansans. KHC’s mission is to engage and align providers and stakeholders to establish Kansas as a role model for health care quality and a top-performer in health care outcomes. For more information regarding KHC and its current initiatives, visit khconline.org or contact the KHC office at (785) 235-0763.