Welcome to NACCHO's new Performance Improvement Peer Learning Network, or PIPL, as in “people”. PIPL is a virtual community for performance improvement practitioners, including people who work in the areas of accreditation preparation, quality improvement, performance management, CHA/CHIP, and health equity.
See below for FAQs about PIPL.
Q: Will the MAPP Virtual Network still exist?
A: The MAPP Network will now be part of PIPL. As the Performance Improvement team prepares new MAPP content this year, stay tuned for announcements about new MAPP modules through the PIPL Virtual Community, where you will have the opportunity to ask questions of fellow PI practitioners and NACCHO staff.
Q: Will the ACLC still exist?
A: Yes. Accreditation coordinators from local health departments that have applied to PHAB are invited to join NACCHO’s Accreditation Coordinators Learning Community. This group provides a space for accreditation coordinators to network with peers, share effective practices and lessons learned, and participate in a virtual community. To learn more about the Accreditation Coordinators Learning Community, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q: Why should I join?
A: PIPL will allow members to:
- Engage with fellow PI practitioners on performance improvement topics,
- Ask NACCHO staff questions about NACCHO tools, including Mobilizing Action for Planning and Partnerships (MAPP) and the Quality Improvement Roadmap (QI Roadmap), and
- Receive announcements and reminders about upcoming events, webinars, and new resources from NACCHO and partners.