MyQ provides family physicians with support and programming to improve processes in their clinics. This will lead to a better work/life balance for participating physicians and improved quality of care for their patients. The program is unique and built-to-fit each family physician and their specific clinics. There are CPD credits available based on participation, physician reflections and/or practice changes. Additionally, there will be support from national experts, local physician champions, and MyQ practice facilitators to help guide physicians and their staff.
Practices will learn and apply methods to improve:
The Family Practice Renewal Program (FPRP) has engaged partners to design and deliver MyQ in response to the needs of family physicians in NL. After a comprehensive consultation process and requirements gathering, FPRP is providing the strategic leadership to guide and sustain quality improvement in primary care settings across NL.
Health Innovation Group, with Memorial University’s Office of Professional and Educational Development, have been engaged to bring these exciting new opportunities through the MyQ initiative.
Memorial University’s Office of Professional and Educational Development (OPED) is providing the academic rigour, information technology infrastructure, and web-based and virtual technology, making learning and implementation accessible to all practices.
Health Innovation Group (HIG) is a team of national health system transformation leaders with a strong focus on primary care renewal. HIG physician leaders and consultants are providing applied innovation expertise, working with primary care physicians, teams and practice facilitators throughout the implementation process. They will provide guidance, tools and resources to bring forth systemic primary care change and improvement.
FPRP launched MyQ on Jan. 14, 2020, and held an additional information session on Feb. 18, 2020.
Please click the appropriate link below to view the recorded webinar and identify how MyQ may be relevant to you.