The Conference for Professionals Who Plan, Manage or Support Quality and Safety Initiatives

Within both ambulatory and inpatient settings, there is mounting pressure to improve quality, safety, and efficiency. The key question, however, is how? Attendees will leave this internationally attended two-day conference with evidence-based quality and safety strategies to enable them to effectively execute these approaches for sustainable daily practice.

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360-degree education is unique to this conference, delivering diverse perspectives from multidisciplinary quality and safety experts, including physicians, nurses, pharmacists, as well as legal, compliance, and risk management thought-leaders. Presentations provide practical “how-to” advice, sustainable strategies, and best practices in the areas of:

  • Maintaining Qualifications for CPPS, CPHQ and CPHRM
  • Addressing barriers to a culture of collaboration
  • Achieving better results on quality metrics
  • Preventing healthcare provider burnout through resilience
  • Peer-to-peer assessment
  • Utilizing Ambulatory Safety Nets in order to prevent missed and delayed diagnoses
  • Innovative transparency efforts to promote disclosure and a culture of safety
  • Encouraging non-punitive error reporting to promote the highest-quality care
  • Supporting patients and providers with communication and resolution programs
  • Responding to the Opioid Crisis with advances in addiction management
  • Improving medication safety to reduce risk of adverse events
  • Maintaining safe care during national medication shortages
  • Developing clinical decision support tools to improve electronic health record functionality
  • Equity in healthcare
  • Standardizing care to improve outcomes with sustainable clinical pathways
  • Rethinking care delivery method
  • Population health management solutions
  • Engaging staff to incorporate change management systems into practice
  • Utilizing project charters to define goals
  • Increasing the value of process improvement initiatives
  • Sustaining high performance through reliable processes
  • Aligning senior leadership, management, and frontline caregivers to deliver safe and effective care
  • Engaging leadership in risk mitigation and compliance strategies
  • Advancing successful quality and safety committee structures
  • Developing a supportive model of shared accountability with Just Culture
  • Leveraging analytics to transform care
  • Aligning clinical, financial, operational and research resources
  • Improving patient experience using non-traditional sites of healthcare delivery
  • Extending healthcare access through telehealth

Thank you to providers of educational grants: Celgene, KCI Acelity, Pfizer, and Taylor and Francis.