Attendees/registrants get the benefit of attending the “live” event as well as access to the recording for up to 90 days.

Join healthcare executives and clinical leaders to learn how health systems can minimize risk and reduce errors to patients during the provision of care.

Get solutions to drive better outcomes through dedicated patient safety initiatives from forward looking, dynamic solution providers who are ready to showcase their thought leadership.

MARCH 11

COMPLIMENTARY

Agenda

All times are listed in CST

Agenda subject to change

9:00 AM - 9:05 AM CST

Opening Comments from the Publisher      

Fawn Lopez, Publisher and Vice President, Modern Healthcare

           

9:05 AM - 10:00 AM CST

Opening Keynote: Learning Healthcare: Bringing 20 Years of Progress in Patient Safety to COVID 

Dr. Jonathan Perlin, Chief Medical Officer, HCA Healthcare

Referencing the National Academy of Medicine, the National Quality Forum and other organizations, this presentation discusses key achievements and continuing challenges in patient safety, especially as COVID brings critical healthcare and public health needs into compelling focus. Providing examples demonstrating how the largest U.S. health system is engineering patient safety and quality into care processes, the presentation offers optimism that applying accelerated learnings from COVID can improve the quality and safety of healthcare profoundly in the next 20 years.

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM CST

From quality measures to quality care: Turning data into action    

Moderator: Anna Daly, Vice President of Data Analytics and Innovation, Conduent

Panelists: 

Daniel Gell MS, RN, Market Director of Care Management, Adventist Health Simi Valley & Adventist Health White Memorial

Clark Wheeler MS, RN, Director of Quality Management, St. Elizabeth Healthcare (OH)

"There is a gap in healthcare safety culture and the way health systems use data (or think they use data) to address quality and patient safety issues. Much of the data collection is manual and not integrated with financial, operational, and other data, resulting in a fragmented approach to safety analytics that’s not actionable or predictive. Our panel will discuss the use of data to develop quality improvement measures that result in quality care, sharing examples of how they’ve integrated data and analytics to produce actionable insights for better outcomes. We’ll offer proven strategies for driving a culture of quality and safety across your organization.

This session will include:

  • Expert perspectives on quality measurement and reporting

  • Best practices for using data to build a culture of quality and safety

  • Tips for effectively integrating financial, operational and clinical data"

Click here to download information from Conduent.

 

 

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM CST

Strategies for Improving and Advancing Patient Safety Now and in the Future

Moderator: Steve Eck, Content Strategist, Modern Healthcare

Panelists:

Geoff Caplea, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Veradigm

Paul Savill, Senior Vice President, Product Management and Services, Lumen Technologies

Lisbeth Votruba, RN, Chief Clinical Innovation Officer, AvaSure

Reducing preventable harm requires a coordinated effort by all stakeholders, and a total system approach in which risks are anticipated and safety processes are established across the entire health care continuum. In this presentation, healthcare patient safety experts will discuss how to proactively achieve safer care, reduce harm to patients and explore opportunities for how the healthcare industry can advance system safety.

 

Click here to download information from Lumen Technologies.

             

 

         

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM CST

Closing Keynote: Achieving High-Value Care Through a Systemic Approach

Dr. Peter Pronovost, Chief Clinical Transformation Officer, University Hospitals

 

Healthcare is riddled with defects in value. Among them are challenges associated with helping people stay well (preventive services) and get well (managing chronic disease and acute illness). Defects in value lead to immeasurable suffering for patients and contributes $1.4 trillion annually in healthcare costs. Learn how one health system developed a systematic approach to eliminate defects in value by aligning the system around optimizing value, making defects in value visible and deploying a management system to ensure defects are eliminated.

 

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