The QPSi will offer a comprehensive Academy to provide fundamental and advanced educational opportunities in quality improvement, patient safety, healthcare delivery, and artificial intelligence applications.
Hybrid applied training program and Pathway+ programs providing experiential work in a health care system and training in the fundamentals of quality and patient safety to equip healthcare professionals with the knowledge and tools to promote excellence in quality of care.
Leading-edge team-based initiatives enhancing quality in the systems and delivery of care.
An incubation program that explores develops and applies AI solutions to quality and patient safety improvement challenges.
The UF College of Medicine has received $10 million annually in state appropriations to launch an artificial intelligence-enabled Quality & Patient Safety initiative, or QPSi.
AI/QI Innovation spotlight
Protected health information requires special security. While research use-cases of health care data can generally use de-identified materials, QI and clinical operational use-cases may occasionally require the use of patient and clinician identifiers. These use-cases also carry a wider array of stakeholders beyond publishers and funding agencies and can include department chairs, division chiefs and college leadership. We created the AI Labs for Patient Safety, or ALPS, to address this need.
Rapid AI Prototyping and Development for Patient Safety (RAPiDS) is an internal mechanism for developing, testing, and advancing innovative AI quality improvement efforts by bringing physicians and the AI/QI Incubator together to translate AI models into clinical improvements.
AI education and training
Learners and trainees are taking a deep dive into one of the nation’s first curriculums at the intersection of AI and medical education. The series of interactive online courses leverage animations and videos to teach medical students and clinicians how AI can improve medicine. Distinctive in both content and approach, these courses put UF at the forefront of AI in medical learning. The courses are also eligible for CME credit.
Partnering with the UF College of Medicine Office of Research, we offer several programs and events at the intersection of AI and health care delivery.
The University of Florida’s inaugural AI4Health: Improving Health through Artificial Intelligence conference in April explored how AI-enabled discoveries will change clinical practice and improve patients’ health.
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