Chicago-based association is launching new digital tool to allow organizations to assess their staff competencies in health care quality
Aug. 13, 2021
By Walt Williams
When the National Association for Healthcare Quality struck out on its own in 2017, after having previously been run by an association management company, the Chicago-based group believed the increased autonomy would give it room to maximize its potential. Four years later, the decision appears to be paying off.
NAHQ is on the verge of launching a “Workforce Accelerator” tool that gives organizations the ability to assess their employees and design training plans to give staff the health care quality skills they need to execute organization priorities. The new program is one reason why NAHQ is forecasting sunny days in terms of revenue growth.