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The American Heart Association and Laerdal Medical formed RQI Partners as their service provider for resuscitation quality improvement solutions such as RQI® and HeartCode®.
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NRP is an educational program that introduces concepts and skills of neonatal resuscitation
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The American Heart Association digital resuscitation portfolio is the preferred solution to uniquely and efficiently deliver safe and effective CPR quality improvement.

Our digital programs — deeply rooted in the latest science — lead healthcare organizations on an immediate journey to high-quality and verified CPR competence to maximize lifesaving outcomes.

The time for digital is now.

Prehospital and Public Safety programs built on the foundation of the Resuscitation Academy’s expertise and success in increasing OHCA survival rates and the proven RQI methodology of verified competence and mastery learning.

Programs for clinical and non-clinical staff for organization-wide consistency and responsiveness to help improve quality, reliability, and survival from in-hospital cardiac arrest.

RQI Partners, a partnership between the American Heart Association and Laerdal Medical, is dedicated to improving survival from cardiac arrest by bringing new solutions to resuscitation education and quality improvement.

In the United States, only 25% of patients survive an in-hospital cardiac arrest; just 10% survive out-of-hospital emergencies. High-quality CPR is the single highest determinant of survival from cardiac arrest.

RQI Resuscitation Excellence




Verified Competence

Clinical data




Latest RQI Tweets

“With RQI, you almost become entirely retrained on CPR because now you’re doing it at the right rate and depth — it’s like a whole new ball game.”
Heidi Dixon, RN
Charge Nurse, Post Anesthesia Care Unit, Harrison Medical Center
View RQI Harrison Medical Center Case Study
“I’ve visibly noticed our ventilation rates decrease and move into very safe zones over time — and this has occurred without prompting or specific focus. RQI has lowered our ventilation rates, and our muscle memory has shifted.”
David Slattery, MD
EMS Medical Director, City of Las Vegas, Las Vegas Fire & Rescue
View Las Vegas Fire & Rescue Case Study
“It’s the idea that my employees get to touch, see and perform high-quality CPR every three months — regardless of their schedule, when they’re working, or which patients they’re treating. Their ability to maintain mastery and proficiency, for me, is what sells this program.”
Michael Kurz, MD, MS, FACEP, FAHA
Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, UAB Hospital
View UAB Hospital Case Study

The time is now to save more lives. Learn how RQI can help.

The time is now to save more lives. Learn how RQI can help.

The time is now to save more lives. Learn how RQI can help.