2015 Patient Safety & Quality Symposium – Organizing for High Reliability
Premier health care leaders and practicing clinicians explore the intersection of culture and safety, including what high reliability organizing means for patients and organizations, from staff at the bedside to executive management.
Resilience Engineering to Create a High Reliability OrganizationDr. Drews will introduce you to the principles of resilience engineering and show you how to include elements of resilience and adherence engineering to your own organization.
Dealing with Alarm Fatigue in a High Reliability OrganizationAn alarming discussion pertaining to the human factors issues that impact health care worker's ability to respond to alarms on the floor. After this presentation, you will be able to minimize the noise-to-signal ratio to enhance response ...
Leadership Methods In A High Reliability OrganizationDr. Cox will demonstrate in detail how implementing rounding will influence 5:1 feedback as well as demonstrate the key components of an organizational Daily Safety Update.
High Reliability Organizing: A Model For Patient SafetyThis presentation describes the underpinnings of the concepts of high reliability and mindful organizing. After viewing, participants should be able to recognize how organizing practices underpin an organization’s safety culture.
Applying Personalized Medicine in the Cath Lab: Improving Reliability, Safety and Cost-Effectiveness of CareWhat is personalized medicine? Dr. Spertus translates the concept of personalized medicine to routine clinical care and everyday medical decision making. He will help prepare you to think through and plan for physician adoption of evidence-based ...
The Role of Hierarchy in High Reliability OrganizingThere are both positive and negative impacts that hierarchy has in an HRO. Dr. Knight leads you down the path of how to gain the benefits of hierarchy, while minimizing the costs of hierarchy.