FREE Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) Opportunity from Kentucky Ambulatory Network


Posted on March 13th in Education, News


announcementAttention healthcare clinics in South and Southeastern KY (ADD Areas: Lincoln Trail, Barren River, Lake Cumberland, Cumberland Valley, and Kentucky River).

Is your clinic interested in learning Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) methods which could lead to better rates of Lung Cancer Screening and tobacco cessation in your patient population…FOR FREE?

The Kentucky Ambulatory Network is looking for Primary Care Clinics to participate in a potential National Institute for Health funded project to assess whether Continuous Quality Improvement implementation can increase rates of lung cancer screening and tobacco cessation referrals in a primary care patient population. All materials, training, and a practice facilitator are free to clinics, and clinics receive financial reimbursement for participation.

Please download the flyer: Lung Cancer Screening CQI project, and contact the Kentucky Ambulatory Network at KAN@uky.edu or (859) 323-6713.