Quality Improvement and Patient Safety Program Click image to zoom Click image to zoom The quality improvement and patient safety program in the department of anesthesiology at the University of Florida College of Medicine – Jacksonville works to ensure that patients receive the highest quality and safest care. Quality improvement is a vital part of every anesthesiologist’s day-to-day practice. Assuring that patients receive the highest quality and safest care is a vital part of our mission as a department. Our quality improvement program is multifaceted, as we provide real-time feedback to providers on several benchmarked metrics. Patient cases are reviewed and presented at a monthly Quality Grand Rounds so we can ensure we are providing the highest standard of care. Our resident learners receive a robust education in quality improvement, which includes earning of the Institutes for Healthcare Improvement’s Open School course on patient safety and Lean-Six Sigma Yellow Belt training. In addition, each resident will complete their own root case analysis and quality project during their training at UF Health.