Thursday, July 26, 2018 | 2:00 PM EDT
Strong cultures of safety require strong leadership. Over the past few years organizations including the Joint Commission, American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE), and the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) have written at length about the role of executives and boards in leading patient safety culture. Unfortunately for many organizations, safety culture improvement is still owned by Quality and Safety Leaders. Join Beterra for a conversation about how to engage senior executives and boards in taking action to improve culture.
What will the webinar cover?
- A panel of leaders discussing improvement challenges and tactics
- Experiences from various organizations in engaging executives and boards
- Discussion of key missteps and barriers
- Open dialogue with webinar participants
Who should attend?
- Quality, Safety, and Risk Leaders
- Nursing Leaders
- Physician Champions and Leaders
- Anyone interested in quality and safety
Jeff Brown, Principal, Safer Healthcare, LLC
Jeff is a Principal of Safer Healthcare, a firm established to support development of safety management learning systems in healthcare. Jeff has worked on system safety and risk mitigation initiatives in diverse settings in the U.S. and abroad, including healthcare, flight operations, air traffic control, border security, electrical transmission, and naval operations, among others. Most recently he supported the Maine Primary Care Association in establishing an Agency for Health Care Research and Quality Patient Safety Organization focused on ambulatory patient safety. Jeff has authored, and co-authored peer-reviewed articles and books focused on system-based approaches to safety. His most recent book is A System-based Approach to Safety in Ambulatory Care (and beyond), in Patient Safety and Quality in Healthcare.