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Free IHI Open School Courses: Are You Eligible?

Before you subscribe,
find out if you're eligible to take courses for free.

Benefits of the IHI Open School

With a large library of
self-paced courses in English, Spanish, Portuguese, and
French
, the IHI Open School brings health care students and professionals from around the world and across disciplines together to learn and join in discussion about the most pressing topics in quality improvement and patient safety — on their own time.

The
Basic Certificate in Quality and Safety, comprising 13 courses (17.75 total hours), provides a well-rounded introduction to quality, safety, population health, equity, health care leadership, and person- and family-centered care.

Advanced courses allow learners to go deeper into each of these topic areas and earn additional continuing education credit hours.

And our
Faculty Guide and library of teaching resources help group leaders engage all types of learners in unique ways.

With a group subscription, administrators can view group members' completion data and take advantage of the exclusive
Educator's Toolkit, including course summaries, teaching slides, assignments, exams, and recommended reading for each course in the Basic Certificate.

Learn more about all the IHI Open School has to offer:

 

Subscription Options

12-month subscription packages are currently available to professionals and groups:

  • Group Subscriptions (full access)
    • Professional Groups | Starting at $4,199 
    • Academic Groups  | Starting at $100
  • Individual Subscriptions (2 levels of access available)
    • Full Access 

      (30+ courses)

      | $349

    • Patient Safety Catalog Only (8 courses) | $199

 

Group Subscriptions

30+ courses | 12 months access | Starting at $100


 

Institutional faculty and organizational leaders around the world rely on the IHI Open School as an easy way to bring essential training in quality improvement and patient safety to students and staff — creating a common language around improvement and giving learners crucial skills to become leaders and agents of change in health care.

With a group subscription, administrators can view group members' completion data and take advantage of the exclusive Educator's Toolkit, including course summaries, teaching slides, assignments, exams, and recommended reading for each course in the Basic Certificate.

Professional Groups Pricing:

# of ParticipantsAnnual Subscription ($ USD)*< 50 
$4,19951–100
$6,299
101–250 
$10,499
251–500
$15,999
500+Contact OpenSchool@ihi.org


Academic Groups Pricing:
Please note: Organizations are eligible for academic groups pricing if all learners are students, faculty members, or residents. Groups that include other learners should view the professional group pricing listed above.

# of ParticipantsAnnual Subscription ($ USD)*< 50 
$10051–100
$200101–250 
$300
251–500
$400
500+Contact OpenSchool@ihi.org

*Note: Subscriptions will not auto-renew. We will contact you when your subscription is approaching expiration.
Scholarships may be available in cases of financial hardship.

Individual Subscriptions

Dozens of self-paced courses offer more than 35 continuing education credits for nurses, physicians, and pharmacists; Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Part 2 for members of select medical specialty boards; and a Basic Certificate in Quality and Safety to bolster professional resumes.


 

Full Access
12 months of personal access to the full catalog of
more than 30 courses.

Includes the following topic areas:

  • Quality Improvement
  • Patient Safety
  • Leadership
  • Person- and Family-Centered Care
  • Triple Aim for Populations
  • Graduate Medical Education

(For course titles, refer to the IHI Open School Curriculum)

$349

Patient Safety Catalog Only
12 months of personal access to the Patient Safety catalog, consisting of
8 courses.

Includes the following topic area with the following courses:

Patient Safety

  • PS 101: Introduction to Patient Safety
  • PS 102: From Error to Harm
  • PS 103: Human Factors and Safety
  • PS 104: Teamwork and Communication
  • PS 105: Responding to Adverse Events
  • PS 201: Root Cause Analyses and Actions
  • PS 202: Achieving Total Systems Safety

$199