Inspiring Change…Improving Care

Inspiring Change…Improving Care
Tuesday, April 5, 2011
Stoney Creek Inn
Columbia, Missouri

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Conference Agenda

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Conference Objectives

  • Describe how change concepts can be used to improve the quality and safety of care
  • Identify how personal behaviors affect our day-to-day work, and impact the health care we provide
  • Examine how proven successful safety practices can be replicated
  • Describe the impact of culture and health literacy on the safety of care
  • Discuss with industry leaders safety-of-care issues, applicable to any healthcare setting


PSO Case Law: Ungurian v. Beyzman, et al., 2020 PA Super 105:

A recent Pennsylvania case shows how courts narrowly interpret the PSQIA, ignoring the D & A pathway and the clear language of the Final Rule. (Ungurian v. Beyzman, et al., 2020 PA Super 105). The cour

Joint Commission New Sentinel Event Alert 61: Managing the Risks of Direct Oral Anticoagulants:

The Center for Patient Safety wants to share this important harm-prevention advice from The Joint Commission and its Sentinel Event Alert: Managing the Risks of Direct Oral Anticoagulants. The Joint Commis

CPS Safety Watch/Alert – Culture Can Improve the Control of Multi-Drug Resistant Organisms:

Issue: A number of events reported co CPS’ Patient Safety Organization (PSO) demonstrate poor handoff communication about the patients’ infectious disease status Examples include: Patient with

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The Center for Patient Safety believes that collaboration and sharing are the best ways to drive improvement. We strive to provide the right solutions and resources to improve healthcare safety and quality.