The Seniors Quality Leap Initiative (SQLI) was established by North America’s leading Long Term Care organizations in 2010 out of their collective desire to improve clinical quality and safety for seniors. Today, SQLI has grown into a strong community of practice, with 14 committed member organizations and 11 partner organizations across North America.
Our Mission: To enhance the quality of life and quality of care for seniors by utilizing a structured approach to quality and performance improvement and disseminating recommendations to the broader post-acute and long-term care sector.
Our Vision: To become North America’s leading post-acute and long-term care provider consortium for benchmarking clinical quality standards that reflect advancing innovative change ideas to raise the bar for excellence throughout our industry.
Our Strategic Directions:
SQLI has grown to include 15 committed member organizations and 11 partner organizations across North America. Members are involved in active improvement work to elevate performance across the post-acute and long-term care sector.
|SQLI Member Organizations||Location||Canada|
|Baycrest Health Sciences||Toronto, ON|
|Bruyère Continuing Care||Ottawa, ON|
|Providence Healthcare||Vancouver, BC|
|Shannex||Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Ontario|
|Sienna Senior Living||British Columbia, Manitoba and Ontario|
|The Perley and Rideau Veterans' Health Centre||Ottawa, ON|
|York Care Centre||Fredericton, NB||United States|
|Hebrew SeniorLife||Boston, MA|
|Presbyterian Senior Living||Dillsburg, PA|
|San Francisco Campus for Jewish Living||San Francisco, CA|
|Westminster Communities of Florida||Florida|
|SQLI Strategic and Academic Partners|
|Centre for Aging and Brain Health Innovation|
|Canadian Institute for Health Information|
|Canadian Society for Long-Term Care Medicine|
|Florida State University|
|Healthcare Excellence Canada|
|Institute for Aging Research|
|New Brunswick Association of Nursing Homes|
|Ontario Centres for Learning, Research & Innovation|
|University of Waterloo|