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Engaging and inspiring patient safety cultures and highly reliable systems to prevent harm


Register Now for the 2017 Indiana Patient Safety Summit 
The 2017 Indiana Patient Safety Summit registration is open. The event will be held June 6 at the 502 East Event Centre in Carmel. The afternoon of the event will be dedicated to the UP Campaign. The fee to attend is $45 and includes meals and beverages. View the agenda and register here.       



IPSC 2016 Annual Report Now Available

Read Indiana Patient Safety Center's 2016 Annual Report here. 


Sepsis Awareness Month 2016 Case Study Now Available

Read the full case study of our efforts from our See It. Stop It. Survive It. Sepsis Awareness Month Campaign, which took place in September 2016.


HIIN Kickoff WebinarIPSC 2016 Annual Report Now Available

Check out this webinar for an in-depth introduction to the Hospital Improvement Innovation Network (HIIN). Whether your hospital has already committed and you want more details on the initiative or your hospital is in the middle of the recruitment process, click here to listen to the full recording and here to download the slides. For follow up questions regarding HIIN, contact Karin Kennedy kkennedy@IHAconnect.org, Annette Handy ahandy@IHAconnect.org or Cynthia Roush croush@IHAconnect.org

 

Coaching Call ​Recordings and Materials Available 

The IPSC hosted open office hours and topic-specfic coaching calls in April and May. These calls featured Cynosure Health subject matter experts for discussions on ​sepsis, adverse drug events, C. difficile, falls, readmissions and surgical site infections. A recording of a webinar demonstrating the HRET HEN Improvement Calculator, along with instructional slides, is also available.  

Listen to recordings and access resources at: ​http://inhen.org/news-and-events/​​ 








 

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Leadership for Patient Safety

Indiana hospital leaders emphasize changes in culture and staff engagement to enhance patient safety and reduce harm.

Chief executive officers from hospitals across the state talk about strategies they use to improve patient safety and quality outcomes.  View this and other videos on IHA’s Coalition for Care YouTube channel.​

 
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