Quality and Patient Safety
Quality
In this section of the website, you can find up-to-date information and reference materials to enhance the quality of care our patients receive, as well as information regarding the Kansas Healthcare Collaborative (KHC).
Patient- and family-centered care is associated with improved clinical outcomes, increased market share and patient loyalty, increased patient safety, and higher employee satisfaction.
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Human trafficking has increased at alarming rates and is a major public health issue. Research indicates that health care professionals in various settings are likely to come into contact with victims of human trafficking. This section contains resources for health care providers. 
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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 Healthworks. Learn more about QHi

Questions? Please contact Stuart Moore