“Leading on Quality and Safety Briefing for Hospital Trustees, Executives and Physician Leaders”
Date/Time/Location: June 3, 2013, 8:00 – 11:15 a.m. at the Massachusetts Hospital Association Conference Center, 5 New England Executive Park, Burlington, MA 01803
Description: Attendees will have a greater understanding of and engage in a dialogue about the following issues:
- What are the recommended practices for governance at the Board of Trustee, executive management, and physician leadership levels for improving quality outcomes and minimizing harm?
- How can organizations effectively create alignment for the above goals?
- How can organizations effectively engage and partner with physician leaders without creating more burdens?
- How should organizations deal with disrespectful practice within this structure?
These topics will be presented and discussed with consideration and focus on leading edge issues, such as the expanding continuum of care, including Accountable Care Organizations and the implementation and utilization of Patient Safety Organizations.
James B. Conway, MS, FACHE
Principal, Governance and Leadership Group, Pascal Metrics
Adjunct Lecturer, Harvard School of Public Health
Leslie G. Selbovitz, MD
Chief Medical Officer and
Senior Vice President for Medical Affairs
Clinical Professor of Medicine
Sponsors: Quality and Patient Safety Division and the Massachusetts Hospital Association
Registration: Darlene LeBlanc at (781)262-6016 or email@example.com
More Information: Jennifer Sadowski at (781) 876 8296 or Jennifer.Sadowski@state.ma.us
“Advancing Innovation & Sustainable Improvements in Patient Safety.”
Date/Time/Location: June 13, 2013 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Courtyard Marriott, Marlborough, MA.
Description: This program is designed for those in medical and administrative hospital leadership positions who have responsibility for the hospital’s PCA Programs, specifically Chief Executive Officers, Chief Medical Officers and PCA Coordinators. The primary goals for the program are to: (1) identify specific changes that are needed to create fail-safe processes; (2) define optimal solutions for resolving patient safety performance problems; (3) use behavior-based strategies to strengthen adherence to safe practices; and (4) create an action plan for achieving your organization’s safety improvement objectives.
Sponsors: This workshop is co-sponsored with the Massachusetts Society for Healthcare Risk Management and the Massachusetts Hospital Association.
Education Credits: CPD credits and CEUs have been requested.
More Information: See attached brochure
This information is provided by the Board of Registration in Medicine.