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RQI - Resuscitation Quality Improvement

Maximizing lifesaving outcomes

Digital CPR education - transforming resuscitation for life

Digital together

In a changing world that is still evolving, traditional healthcare education models are no longer possible. The RQI digital portfolio of programs provides safe, distanced, and self-directed resuscitation education, ensuring continuity of education and quality improvement for high-quality CPR.

CPR training has changed dramatically over the last years. RQI is a transformational way to show maintenance of competence, and for many, it is the new normal for in-hospital CPR training.

Big results

Low-dose, high-frequency training is the foundation of the Resuscitation Quality Improvement (RQI) programs that measure and verify competence, to help healthcare providers retain life-saving skills.

The results speak for themselves:
  • On average, more than 97% of all RQI users remain compliant.
  • In a study done by Mercy Health, they found that 82% of users felt they were more confident in their CPR skills after using RQI.
  • Healthcare institutions using RQI see a +20% increase in survival rates from cardiac arrest.


Learning RQI

Learn how the RQI program can help improve resuscitation quality at your hospital.
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Referenced research:

  1. Paramedic exposure to out-of-hospital cardiac arrest is rare and declining in Victoria Australia. Dyson et al. 2015. Resuscitation 89, 93-98.

  2. Part 16: Education, Implementation, and Teams 2010 American Heart Association Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care. Bhanji et al. Circulation. 2010;122(suppl 3):S920-S933

  3. Low-Dose, High-Frequency CPR Training Improves Skill Retention of In-Hospital Pediatric Providers. Sutton et al. Pediatrics. 2011;128:e145-e151

  4. - Research + Evidence Behind Resuscitation Quality Improvement