NAHQ members benefit from timely evidence-based research and informative, newsworthy information shared through several outlets.
Learn more about NAHQ’s award-winning publications.
NAHQ e-news is a monthly e-newsletter sent to all NAHQ members. View current articles or access the e-news archive.
The Journal for Healthcare Quality offers articles featuring evidenced-based practices. Mailed 6 times per year to all NAHQ members, anyone can purchase a subscription.
You can also earn 1 free CE credit per issue! Visit the JHQ CE page and follow the steps to start earning today!
Member Access to JHQ Online
NAHQ members can access full Journal for Healthcare Quality articles online. To access JHQ Online:
- Visit the Member Savings & Offers page under Member Resources
- Log-in when prompted
- Click on "Journal for Healthcare Quality Online"
- You will be directed to the Wolters Kluwer website where you can access current and past issues. Separate login is required.
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NAHQ publishes an annual report, providing members and the public an opportunity to review the organization's initiatives, successes, and financial status for the past year. View the most current annual report and read about NAHQ's achievements.
NAHQ creates and distributes press releases multiple times a year to highlight achievements of the organization, of its members, and within the healthcare quality and patient safety industry. View NAHQ's most recent press releases.
Call to Action: Safeguarding the Integrity of Healthcare Quality and Safety SystemsReleased October 2012
The Call to Action, developed in collaboration with several national healthcare organizations, serves to protect quality and safety of patient care, protects the integrity of the process for reporting and evaluating concerns, raises awareness of the issue among leaders and policymakers and fulfills NAHQ’s leadership role among its members and constituents by raising the issue and providing professional guidance.
Read the Call to Action (pdf).
In late 2012, NAHQ and the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) joined forces to research how to make quality departments in healthcare more effective and less costly. The two organizations sought to develop new ideas on how to provide core quality functions and at half the current average expense. The team was involved in a 90-day rapid cycle research and development project including scanning quality departments both in and outside of healthcare and focusing on a key problem or issue. At NAHQ's 38th Annual Educational Conference, results of the report were released for the first time.