Name and Description
Quality Improvement Special Interest Group

Quality improvement (QI) in clinical medicine is increasingly recognized as a robust approach to rapidly correct problems and improve the care of patients. QI is an iterative process that continues to modify the system to continuously improve outcomes, and insure that the improved outcome persists. QI projects of the ACMG SIG include: Metabolic Disease data collection and follow-up; Family History; Evaluation of Developmental Delay and Mental Retardation; Neurofibromatosis Type 1; Evidence-based interventions for Autism; Genetics Pedigree Project; Patient Satisfaction Survey Standardization.
Committee Members
Chair
Edina Torgyekes, MD, FACMG
Term: 2006 - 2025
Intl. Registry of Fetal Anomalies/Ironfan
3960 Broadway
New York, NY   10032
9176284988
edina.torgyekes@gmail.com
Co-Chair
Stephanie Santoro, MD
Term: 2006 - 2025
Nationwide Children's Hospital
700 Children's Dr.
Columbus, OH   43205

stephanie.santoro@nationwidechildrens.org