Hosted by IHA’s Indiana Patient Safety Center (IPSC), the Indiana Patient Safety Summit brings together CEOs, CNOs, nursing caregivers, case managers, pharmacists, and other health care professionals for a full day of education on effective strategies and best practices for improving patient safety statewide. The 2018 Patient Safety Summit will be held at 502 East Event Centre in Carmel on June 5. Registration for the 2018 Indiana Patient Safety Summit closes May 29.
IPSC leads Indiana hospitals as they collaborate on quality and patient safety, encourages the implementation of evidence-based practices, and forges the nation’s most comprehensive network of patient safety coalitions. The Patient Safety Summit is its biggest event of the year and offers Hoosier hospitals the opportunity to come together and share what they have learned.
Agenda highlights include the following:
View the full agenda and register at regonline.com/IPSC18summit.
As part of its Hospital Improvement Innovation Network (HIIN) contract, the American Hospital Association’s Health Research and Educational Trust (AHA/HRET) developed the UP Campaign to help hospitals implement proven strategies to reduce harm and improve care.
Specifically, the campaign is designed to simplify safe care and streamline interventions, reduce multiple forms of harm with simple easy-to-accomplish activities, and consolidate basic interventions that cut across several topics to decrease harm. The UP Campaign is made up of four components:
IHA has been leading Indiana hospitals in the AHA/HRET HIIN and hosted a four-part webinar series on each of the first three components of the campaign over the last year. The webinars featured leaders at member hospitals and staff from IHA’s Indiana Patient Safety Center (IPSC) discussing key aspects of each component. Download the slides and recordings for all 12 webinars at IHAconnect.org.