--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--The Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI):
The Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI), a leading innovator in health and health care improvement worldwide
|The 25th Annual National Forum on Quality Improvement in Health Care|
|Sunday, December 8 – Wednesday, December 11, 2013|
|(Plenary events and keynote addresses take place on December 10 and 11)|
|Orlando World Center Marriott Resort & Convention Center|
|8701 World Center Drive, Orlando, Florida|
- Nearly 5,000 health care professionals from around the world will gather to launch the next 25 years of health care quality improvement at a time of unprecedented need and opportunity for transformation.
- Practicing physicians, nurses, quality leaders, health care administrators, executives, patient and family advisors, and students training to be health professionals will gain new insights on what this next phase of change and reform entails, as well as how to magnify and spread pockets of excellence that are simultaneously good for patients, good for communities, and cost effective.
- More than 100 workshops and presentations led by health care industry experts, that will enable participants to learn how to: navigate the new health reform environment with a growing focus on population health and moving from volume to value-based care; recognize and nurture the skills that support better health and better health care; remain vigilant, reliable, and insistent on reducing harm and achieving patient safety goals; co-design improvement and transformation with patients and families; cultivate leaders and harness the best ideas from wherever they emerge.
- Four inspiring keynote presentations from Maureen Bisognano, President and CEO of IHI; Donald M. Berwick, MD, MPP, President Emeritus and Senior Fellow, IHI; Erik Weihenmayer, World-class blind adventurer; and Nancy Snyderman, MD, Chief Medical Editor, NBC News, who will be interviewing Lindsay Beck, her patient and a two-time cancer survivor.
- More than 300 Quality Improvement Storyboards on display, demonstrating organizations’ improvement journeys and showcasing the approaches, results, challenges, and lessons learned from nearly every corner of the health care improvement world.
- Scientific Symposium (Monday, December 9), featuring the very best work in the science of health and health care improvement, with keynote speakers, rapid-fire presentations of peer-reviewed papers, interactive learning sessions, and networking opportunities.
- An exhibit hall featuring more than 130 companies showcasing products and services that assist health care professionals in improving the quality and safety of patient care.
A Sample of Sessions/Workshops of Interest:
- A Year in the Life: Living with Long Term Care
- Triple Aim Strategies for High-Risk, High-Cost Populations
- Daily Huddles: Developing Situational Awareness
- Stress and Its Impact on Physicians and Their Families
- Communication, Apology and Resolution After Error
- Go Shadow: See Patients’ Wants and Needs While Lowering Costs
- Reliable Application of Sepsis Bundle Elements
- Transitioning into a New Model of Care: Florida’s Story
- Getting by with a Little Help From … Students?
- Goal Zero: South Carolina’s Commitment to Safety
- The Invaluable Improvement Advisor
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About The Institute for Healthcare Improvement
IHI is a leading innovator in health and health care improvement worldwide. For more than 25 years, we have partnered with an ever-growing community of visionaries, leaders, and front-line practitioners around the globe to spark bold, inventive ways to improve the health of individuals and populations. Together, we build the will for change, seek out innovative models of care, and spread proven best practices. When it comes to raising the quality of health for all, IHI sees boundless possibilities and while we see the walls in front of us, we will not rest until we reach the other side. Learn more at ihi.org.