Gundersen Health does Peer Review a little differently than most. With the implementation of RL6:PeerReview, they rolled out a new case outcome scoring system and determinations with action items. Being a teaching hospital with multiple regional sites and well-covered specialties, they encounter a variety of patients in situations vastly different from one to the next. One of the biggest changes they implemented was closing the loop on what happens to provider education items in Peer Review.
Workplace violence is a highly complex issue, and one that is top-of-mind for healthcare organizations as they look to improve safety for all staff and patients. Many organizations have developed workplace violence prevention programs to create awareness, encourage reporting and to show staff that their safety is a priority.
Jessica Behrhorst will share Ochsner's journey through the implementation of the new Root Cause Analysis and Action model (RCA2). This new model for RCA addressed many of the barriers previously experienced, provided the tools to create a more sustainable model and has helped foster engagement with the RCA process. Berhorst will share Ochsner’s successes and challenges with RCA2 and where they are today in their journey.
Join us for a webinar about how McFarland Clinic utilizes electronic reporting to submit HIPAA incidents and their journey migrating from a "homegrown" system and paper-based process to RL. You will learn: How they developed a process for customized reporting to assure adherence to HIPAA, challenges in customizing the process for the Clinic's and HIPAA's specific needs and results of improved efficiency since transitioning to reporting exclusively using RL6:Risk.
After 2.5 years of successful use of the Risk & Feedback modules, BayCare Health System made the decision to expand their RL products to include RCA and PeerReview. BayCare includes 13 acute care facilities and over 5,000 independent physicians and ancillary providers on medical staff. Learn about BayCare's journey through the transition of an old paper/Access database-driven process to a more effective and efficient electronic process.
To help guide organizations in deciding where to focus their patient safety efforts, ECRI Institute compiles an annual list of the top 10 patient safety concerns confronting healthcare organizations. The fourth annual Top 10 Patient Safety List was released in March 2017. This session will review each of the top 10 patient safety concerns as well as suggested risk mitigation strategies for healthcare organizations to address these concerns.
Infection prevention teams are being increasingly recognized as partners in risk management, auditing for compliance monitoring and proactively reviewing processes and procedures to avert potential litigation. Learn about the interconnectivity between Risk & Infection, interconnectivity between Quality & Infection, and the enhanced effectiveness when these relationships are in place
Using customer service principles in a healthcare setting seems like an “out-of-the-box” method to improve patient experience efforts. However, you’d be surprised with how transferrable the lessons learned from a quality customer service leader can develop your front-line staff members. This session will assist in understanding our unique customer mix, explain how to listen for the unmet need and establish behavioral expectations for staff by using these methods.
Sometimes simple changes can have a powerful impact. At least, that's what the folks at Brigham & Women's Faulkner Hospital learned after adding two new fields within the safety reporting system just prior to implementing EPIC. To their surprise, weekly safety reporting and safety reporting engagement from front line staff increased by 25% at a community hospital in Boston, MA.
Learn how Memorial Healthcare in Owosso, Michigan developed, implemented, and maintained process improvement through their Speak Up initiative - a program designed to assist staff awareness of the importance of reporting patient safety concerns.
When it comes to our facilities, it’s important to have the right tools in place to help identify, manage, communicate and monitor risk. In this webinar, Christy Rogowski and Diane Jansen share, their journey from before Risk Register to their implementation experience with RL. What’s more, attendees will hear how WRHA is currently using Risk Register and what’s in store for its future.
Bassett Medical Center embarked on developing a safety huddle structure and system that employed many novel approaches to encourage and sustain engagement and accountability. This presentation will show how the huddle quickly became an embedded and beloved part of the organization’s safety infrastructure, and the resulting success has exceeded expectations.
More and more healthcare organizations have implemented or are considering comprehensive Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) programs, as a practical means of managing risk and developing appropriate organizational strategies. This presentation provides an overview of the comprehensive Business Risk Assessment process, a critical element of an effective ERM program, and an important step in the move towards full implementation of an ERM program that provides continuous value.
By the end of this webinar, participants will have an understanding of: The importance of unifying your patient and employee safety reporting, how SCL Health uses successful HRO tactices like weekly safety huddles, and how to use your event reporting system to support an HRO culture.
In this webinar, you’ll hear stories from ProMedica, University of California, San Francisco, University of California, San Diego, and Providence Care and their experience with the RSA service. Our panel of experts will walk audiences through how the service supported them during periods of transition and change, and how it can be applied to any kind of organization.
In this presentation, attendees will learn how MEE has increased staff reporting, yielded greater physician and resident trust in event reporting as well as a stronger sense of the importance of safety event reporting among staff, which has contributed to allowing them to overcome obstacles.
Attend this webinar to hear insights on a few of these strategies, to reflect on your organization’s approach to improving the patient experience and to learn what you can do to help your organization achieve its patient experience goals.
In this webinar, Sue Corkill, Bryan Health's Clinical Systems Analyst will walk attendees through the health system's structure for reporting, and the methodologies used for capturing information on patient safety events.
Through the stories of those who have faced the life-threatening infection, attendees will learn about the tools available for MRSA tracking programs, strategies for prevention, and the need for transparency to improve your quality of care.
Long-time RL clients, Windsor Regional Hospital successfully moved to the current RL6 platform in 2013. Hear how the hospital developed customized forms, used RL6 data to track and monitor results and shared their performance with the organization. In addition, hear how RL6 ultimately enhanced the organization's processes—not to mention promoted a culture of safety.
Join representatives from University of California Davis, Los Angeles and San Francisco Medical Centers for this engaging panel discussion. Learn how different institutions produce, manage and ultimately report out their work to ensure the best patient experience possible.
Join us on September 16th, 2015 at 1:00PM EST for our latest webinar on patient experience. Presented by Palo Alto Medical Foundation's Adrineh Poulatian, this webinar will teach attendees key lean management principles that can be applied to any patient experience intiative within a healthcare organization.
This webinar will walk the audience through the process Kaiser Permanente North West took break down historical silos to create a interconnected risk management platform for previous disparate departments, such as employee health, workplace safety, interacted disability management, and regional security through RL6:Risk.
After noting an increased trend in IV pump events, Lehigh Valley Health Network developed a Failure Mode Effects Analysis (FMEA) which was conducted to determine the contributing factors that were causing colleagues to program pumps incorrectly.
In this session, Ms. Nicole Donoghue and Dr. Savithri Nageswaran will describe why and how the Declan Donoghue Collaborative Care Program was developed, the model of collaborative care and clinical outcomes of the program.
Learn specific strategies that healthcare leaders can use to unleash a culture of of service and empathy.
Learn how focusing on system failures rather than on individual ones results in a peer-review process built on strong interdisciplinary relationships.
Learn strategies for managing occurrence report data.
Explore how Infection Preventionists can partner with other departments to create effective antimicrobial stewardship initiatives.
Hear a summary of the current status of ACO formations and an overview of the recently-released Stage 2 MU objectives.
Learn how St. Joseph Mercy Hospital developed a program that addresses family and patient concerns after emergency department care.
Learn tips to including the patient and his or her family in the patient's safety to help ensure the best outcomes.
Learn valuable information from RL Solutions clients about Board Reports to improve software utilization and outcomes, and increase your software knowledge.
Learn how CMS' rules for value-based purchasing incorporating clinical outcomes and patient’s experience will have a profound impact on the reimbursement paid for inpatient hospitalization.
Learn best practices for establishing an effective protocol for managing disruptive behavior among patients and families.
Learn best practices in closing loops and the resulting affect on your organization’s quality of care and bottom line.