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High-Reliability Healthcare Boot Camp

Sunday, March 22nd

About the Session

Although high reliability is clearly possible in complex industries, the question remains how to achieve it in healthcare. This program will teach the organizational requirements for starting on a high-reliability journey and the tools to achieve it over time. The critical importance of leadership commitment at the board and CEO levels to achieving the ultimate goal of zero harm will be discussed, including the new report from ACHE and the Institute for Healthcare Improvement/National Patient Safety Foundation Lucian Leape Institute, Leading a Culture of Safety: A Blueprint for Success. The session will illustrate how the adoption of robust process improvement can provide an organization with a positive ROI while enabling substantial improvements in quality of care.

Continental breakfast and lunch provided.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify the leadership prerequisites for developing and sustaining a high-reliability culture and practice in a healthcare organization.
  • Describe the three major changes healthcare organizations must undertake to begin the journey to high reliability.

Attendees will be able to download electronic session handouts prior to the beginning of this program. Please note no printed handouts will be provided.

Presented By

M. Michael Shabot, MD

Founding Partner
Relia Healthcare Advisors

Mark R. Chassin, MD

The Joint Commission