MHA Keystone Center Spring Workshop
Hospital leaders in Michigan have taken the first steps in the journey to high reliability and enhanced patient safety by completing the OroTM 2.0 High Reliability Assessment. The assessment revealed strengths and opportunities in the foundational areas of leadership commitment, safety culture and performance improvement processes. The leadership teams are now prepared to assist and support the journey toward high reliability.
At the MHA Keystone Center Spring Workshop, participants will learn how to use systematic, interdiscplinary daily organizational briefings. In addition to learning how to perform briefings, participants will receive tools for implementing and developing strong systems for follow-up. Michigan colleagues leading HROs will explain how they are advancing high reliability in their hospitals, and interactive sessions led by the Joint Commission Center for Transforming Healthcare will help participants develop action plans for their individual hospitals.
Registration is free for all Michigan Hospital Improvement Innovation Network (HIIN) member hospitals. Michigan HIIN member hospitals are encouraged to send representatives, which should ideally include members of the leadership and safety & quality teams.
Information about the MHA Keystone Center Spring 2018 Workshop will be available in early 2018.
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