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Performance improvement (PI) activities are crucial to trauma centers of any level. A strong PI program not only ensures the highest quality of patient care, it is required for successful verification or designation by state and national organizations. Unfortunately, educational activities involving trauma PI are difficult to find. Trauma MedEd is dedicated to providing a wide-ranging collection of performance improvement videos, courses, and printed materials to help you enhance your PI skills!

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Trauma PI Clock

When Does The Trauma PI Clock Start Ticking?

Many trauma PI filters have time limits. When does the clock start ticking to determine if the filter has been exceeded?

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How To Ensure Timely Responses To Your PI Requests

Tired of waiting forever for those "other" providers to send back your carefully crafted PI requests? Here's how to get their attention and ensure fast responses.

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Understanding The New ACS COVID-19 Site Visit Schedule

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