The dynamic and evolving healthcare industry is increasing risk for acute care organizations; but, should our focus be on risk mitigation, or patient safety and better outcomes? A better approach can be found in a simple, three-part framework, which Sandhya Gardner, Chief Medical Officer at Relias, demonstrates in conversations she has with three, respected healthcare voices. Each will share how they successfully applied this framework to reduce risk across multiple care settings.
Download this paper to learn how three respected healthcare providers reduced risk by putting patient safety at the forefront.
- Gerardo Carino, MD, Director of Intensive Care at Lifespan in Providence, RI, shares how he tackled the unseen menace to patient safety in health systems – hospital acquired conditions.
- William Binder, MD, Medical Director of Emergency Medicine at Relias shares how BETA Healthcare Group reduced risk in their emergency department by introducing personalized education to staff.
- Julya Miner, Perinatal Safety Program Manager at St. Luke’s Health System in Boise, Idaho shares her very targeted approach to reducing risk in OB which included assessments to identify knowledge gaps and then tailored education based on identified needs.