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RQI programs comprehensively address the competency-based requirements for accreditation as established by The Joint Commission, which are focused on competence, interactive verification of knowledge and skills and promoting a culture of safety.

RQI Healthcare ProviderRQI Healthcare Provider

Verifies competence in basic life support for adult, child and infant patients. Learners demonstrate knowledge via esimulations and perform CPR skills on a voice-assisted manikin with live feedback and detailed debriefing. Successful participation results in RQI verified eCredential and CME/CE credit.


RQI Healthcare Provider ALSRQI Healthcare Provider ALS

Verifies competence in advanced life support for adult patients. This program is an extension of RQI Healthcare Provider. Learners demonstrate knowledge via eSimulations, but do not repeat the core skills. Successful participation results in RQI verified eCredential and CME/CE credit.


RQI Healthcare Provider PALSRQI Healthcare Provider PALS

Verifies competence in pediatric advanced life support for infants and children. This program is an extension of RQI Healthcare Provider, where learners demonstrate knowledge via esimulations, but do not repeat the core skills. Successful participation results in RQI verified eCredential and CME/CE credit.


RQI ResponderRQI Responder

A wholly new program for hospital employees not directly involved in patient care. RQI Responder verifies competence in Hands-Only CPR, preparing non-clinical support staff to respond effectively and efficiently to a cardiac arrest. Successful participation twice per year results in an RQI eCredential, but does not provide CME/CE credit.