2015 Precision Healthcare

Please join us in Sacramento this October 29 & 30

We are pleased to announce our 2015 Conference Keynote Speaker

Lorry Schoenly PhD, RN, CCHP-RN

First, Do No Harm

Most of us entered health care to help those who are ill, injured, or suffering. Yet our patient care systems can get in the way, leading to patient harm instead of the quality care we intended. A Patient Safety framework for care delivery can reduce clinical error, manage risk, and improve clinical quality.

  • Why patient safety is a better framework than risk management or quality improvement to guide care delivery

  • The four-part model for evaluating patient safety in the correctional setting

  • How to overcome three main barriers to improving patient safety in the correctional setting

  • Four improvements to make right now improve patient safety and reduce harm to your patients



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