Molly Horstman, M.D., is a hospitalist-investigator at the Houston Center for Innovations in Quality, Effectiveness, and Safety (IQuESt), a joint research center between Baylor College of Medicine (BCM) and the Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center in Houston, Texas. She is also an Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine section of Health Services Research at BCM. She is a former Chief Resident in Quality and Safety at the Houston VA Medical Center and completed a two-year Health Services Research Fellowship at IQuESt prior to starting her current faculty position. She is a faculty member at the Coordinating Center for the National VA Quality Scholars Program at IQuESt, a mentor for the Chief Resident in Quality and Safety Program at the Houston VA, and a member of the Department of Medicine Vice Chair Group for Quality Improvement and Innovations.View Full Biography
As part of its initiative to train faculty, support innovation, and promote scholarship in quality improvement and patient safety, the Institute seeks qualified candidates to serve as QI coaches for faculty or trainees involved in improvement-related activities conducted across BCM-affiliated institutions.
QI Coaches participate as Workshop Faculty in training courses offered by the Institute, providing assistance by leading breakout activities during the course (providing small-group coaching on improvement projects being conducted by the learners in the course). Additionally, QI Coaches may provide similar coaching to the learners in between the in-person workshop sessions to provide any additional guidance needed to prepare the learners for the next scheduled session.
The Institute's team of QI Coaches are selected via a formal application process. When applications are open, a "Call for Coaches" announcement is posted on the Institute's website, as well as circulated across various communication venues across BCM. For more information, please visit the QI Coaches page.