RQI BLS (Pediatric Focus)

Designed for pediatric providers, the latest installment of RQI BLS training places a needed emphases on infant CPR skills by spending the first few quarters focused on infant skills, rather than waiting until later in the curriculum.  

eBook: Improving Outcomes through Low Dose, High Frequency CPR Training

Research as shown that the competency of providers decreases over time if they don’t frequently practice their skills. The Resuscitation Quality Improvement (RQI) was created to maintain quality CPR competency with its innovative “low-dose/high-frequency” learning model. This new model of learning integrates regular assessments over a two-year period, after which the cycle is repeated continuously. Download this eBook as a tool to learn more about the RQI program, which uses realistic eSimulation patient cases and a mobile Simulation Station for quarterly psychomotor skills activities, to help healthcare providers retain life-saving CPR skills and deliver the best emergency cardiovascular care.

Measure and Improve Resuscitation Performance 

Analytics for RQI® is a suite of tools that allows Administrators to manage, analyze, and visualize data from the RQI Program. The information is arranged in “stacks” and is presented visually to provide more information on compliance, skills activities, cognitive activities, as well as a leaderboard. 

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For more than 25 years, more than 4,000 healthcare organizations have partnered with HealthStream to fulfill their promise of high quality care.

Illinois Valley Community Hospital
This allows all patient care staff to have a comfort level that they are doing CPR correctly—they know because they’ve just done it. People believe that this is going to make them better at this skill. It provides them with the insight to do it better every time.
Renee Rebholz
Director of Education

Illinois Valley Community Hospital

IVCH learned about RQI and the Simulation Station—a mobile cart that contains everything needed for quarterly training— adult and infant Voice-Assisted Manikins (VAMs), bag-valve masks, and a tablet computer. The impact on competence and training efficiency was very persuasive. 

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The Heart of HealthStream

At HealthStream, we are driven by a passion to improve the quality of healthcare. This passion often stems from personal experience, and is the motivator behind the work we do every day. Watch as four HealthStream employees share their stories about the moments that influenced their commitment to improving high-quality resuscitation training.


The Heart of HealthStream

Watch as four HealthStream employees share their stories about how high-quality resuscitation training has impacted their lives, and learn how each story contributed to the choice to commit themselves to improving the quality of healthcare.

Kerry Cicero, Vice President, Marketing

As someone who witnessed her mother pass away of a heart attack prematurely, Kerry took matters into her own hands when it comes to her heart health. Watch how her experience forever changed her outlook on CPR training for healthcare professionals.

James Wilber, RN, Product Manager

Sudden cardiac arrest can often happen when you least expect it, especially even for those who are trained nurses. Watch as James discusses a time he witnessed a shocking car accident that forever changed his outlook on CPR.

Tonya Cooke, Project Manager

You never know when you'll put your CPR certification to use... it could be saving your own child's life. Watch as HealthStream employee Tonya describes a time when the unimaginable happened to her and why she's committed to high-quality CPR.

William Morris, RN, Resuscitation Coach

A heart attack can be a scary and stressful experience, especially when it happens to someone you love. Watch as Will discusses the loss of his father at a young age and how it reinforced his decision to go into healthcare.

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