Join us on March 13th for the Best Practices in Safe Care Panel – Sharing Successful Safety Programs

February 10, 2015    |   By: Calevir

We hope you will join us for updates and strategies for success of key safety practices that the Center has been involved in over the past decade. Come listen to and participate in discussions with these panelists at the Center’s 9th Annual Conference, March 13th! Visit our website for more information including registration.

  • Pat Posa will return for the Conference to share updates on successes of the CUSP program, challenges and potential for ongoing safety improvement
  • Rachel Wells, CoxHealth, will share successes in using the HSOPS safety assessments and system-wide implementation of Just Culture
  • Laura Hirschinger, MU Health Care will provide exciting updates on their Second Victim Program, including key learnings and growth into the future
  • Leslie Porth, MHA will discuss the importance of transparency, its debate and importance moving into the future for health care quality and safety improvement

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