Safety Culture Assessment-Long Term Care

Culture impacts everything we do. The strongest cultures support employee engagement, promote open communication and the sharing of mistakes to foster improvement.  It’s no different in health care organizations.  But it can be hard to assess the culture in your own organization.

Learn about how the Center’s comprehensive safety culture survey can save you time and money and why measuring your culture is so important to improve resident safety.

FREE WEBINAR 6/13/2017

Tuesday, June 13th from 1-2pm (Central)

The Center for Patient Safety is hosting a webinar to share information and answer questions on how taking the Survey on Patient Safety can help you improve patient safety:

Benefits of CPS Safety Culture Survey Services: •Deepest feedback reports in the industry!

  • Comprehensive reports at the organization and department-level!
  • SAVE TIME & MONEY! Save 30+ hours of administrative time. You’ll need about 2 hours for the entire process and we’ll take care of the rest!
  • ACCESSIBLE – online, anonymous survey with access via computer, smart-phone, tablet, etc
  • DATA ANALYSIS – data is analyzed for you
  • SUPPORT – we’ll talk with you about your results and guide you to your next steps

To Register, Click Here.

Long Term Care PSO 101 – What you should know

The Center for Patient Safety is hosting a webinar on 9/7/2017 to share information and answer questions on how joining a Patient Safety Organization (PSO) can help you improve resident safety:

• What are the benefits of joining a PSO?
• How can a PSO support your patient safety efforts?
• How can PSO protections apply to your organization?

This webinar is open to healthcare professionals in LTC with a desire to improve patient safety and reduce patient risk, including professionals working in quality, risk, patient safety, quality improvement, and legal staff, executive leaders, and outside counsel and consultants for long term care or health systems.

REGISTER HERE!!

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Long Term Care PSO 101 – What you should know

The Center for Patient Safety is hosting a webinar on 6/6/2017 to share information and answer questions on how joining a Patient Safety Organization (PSO) can help you improve resident safety:

• What are the benefits of joining a PSO?
• How can a PSO support your patient safety efforts?
• How can PSO protections apply to your organization?

This webinar is open to healthcare professionals in LTC with a desire to improve patient safety and reduce patient risk, including professionals working in quality, risk, patient safety, quality improvement, and legal staff, executive leaders, and outside counsel and consultants for long term care or health systems.

REGISTER HERE!!

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

LTC Safety Culture Assessment

Culture impacts everything we do.  And it’s no different in health care organizations.  The strongest cultures support employee engagement, promote open communication and the sharing of mistakes to foster improvement.

Learn about how the Center’s survey administrative survey can save you time and money and why measuring your culture is so important to improve patient safety.

Tuesday, November 1st from 1-2pm (Central) – REGISTER

The Center for Patient Safety is hosting a webinar to share information and answer questions on how taking the Survey on Patient Safety can help you improve patient safety:

Benefits of CPS Safety Culture Survey Services:

  • Deepest feedback reports in the industry!
  • Comprehensive reports at the organization and department-level!

SAVE TIME & MONEY! Save 30+ hours of administrative time.  You’ll need about 2 hours for the entire process and we’ll take care of the rest!

  • ACCESSIBLE – online, anonymous survey with access via computer, smart-phone, tablet, etc
  • DATA ANALYSIS – data is analyzed for you
  • SUPPORT – we’ll talk with you about your results and guide you to your next steps

For additional information visit our website.

Long Term Care Safety Culture Assessment 101

Culture impacts everything we do.  And it’s no different in health care organizations.  The strongest cultures support employee engagement, promote open communication and the sharing of mistakes to foster improvement.

Learn about how the Center’s survey administrative survey can save you time and money and why measuring your culture is so important to improve patient safety.

Thursday, March 9th from 1-2pm (Central) – REGISTER

The Center for Patient Safety is hosting a webinar to share information and answer questions on how taking the Survey on Patient Safety can help you improve patient safety:

Benefits of CPS Safety Culture Survey Services:

  • Deepest feedback reports in the industry!
  • Comprehensive reports at the organization and department-level!

SAVE TIME & MONEY! Save 30+ hours of administrative time.  You’ll need about 2 hours for the entire process and we’ll take care of the rest!

  • ACCESSIBLE – online, anonymous survey with access via computer, smart-phone, tablet, etc
  • DATA ANALYSIS – data is analyzed for you
  • SUPPORT – we’ll talk with you about your results and guide you to your next steps

MU School of Medicine – 26th Annual Caring for the Frail Elderly Conference

Join us for the 26th Annual Caring for the Frail Elderly Conference — the premiere Midwest conference dedicated to improving care for the frail elderly. This inter-professional meeting advances care for older patients in clinical, hospital, nursing home, and end-of-life settings. Since 1991, this annual event has provided state-of-the-art information on medical management, interdisciplinary care, and system change for physicians, nurses, social workers, state surveyors, nursing home administrators, attorneys, pharmacists, and other professionals. More information.

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