Webcast: Safety first: Latest tools, techniques and strategies to ensure patient care is as safe as it can be

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This webcast was originally broadcast on Wednesday, December 21, 10:00 a.m. CT, 11 a.m. ET.

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About the Webcast

In the practice of healthcare, patient safety is the true bottom line. “First, do no harm” guides all practitioners and other staffers, from the C-suite on down. So as safety and quality of care become even more important given changes in reimbursement policies, how are providers responding? How far has the industry come in performance improvement, and what are some key challenges ahead?

Key Takeaways

Attend this editorial webcast and learn:
  • How hospitals can prioritize their safety agendas and use resources effectively
  • How safety and quality leaders can mobilize clinician support for improvement initiatives
  • How providers can best balance meeting the myriad requirements for measuring and reporting clinical performance


Dr. Mary Reich Cooper
Senior vice president and chief quality officer
Lifespan Corp.

Dr. William Conway
Senior vice president and chief quality officer
Henry Ford Health System

Dr. Stanley Hochberg
Chief quality officer and vice president of quality and patient safety
Boston Medical Center


Maureen McKinney
Modern Healthcare

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