Toolkits, triggers, bundles, protocols, and checklists are examples of tools that can be used directly by the clinician to facilitate improvements in quality of care and to lead to improvements in outcomes. A bundle is usually defined as a set of evidence-based best practices, that when implemented, are designed to achieve optimal patient outcomes. This initiative is defined as a ‘toolkit,’ to adjust for the fact that while there was an effort to present only evidenced-based suggestions for care, the evidence for some of these suggestions is limited, or somewhat controversial. There is recognition that currently we do most of the right things for most of the patients most of the time, and our goal is to reliably do all of the right things, for all of the patients all of the time. This toolkit is not meant to mandate exclusive ways of managing certain conditions or clinical situations. This is an effort to help standardize care so that all members of the team can work better together, and can come closer to achieving this ideal. Within a toolkit are tools designed to assess barriers and to assist execution to improve care in a wide variety of clinical settings. These materials are designed to strike a balance between standardization and clinical discretion.