Patient Safety Summit
4 JUN 2019
Patient Safety Summit

​​​​The Patient Safety Summit: A day to focus on what matters most 

For more than a decade, IHA’s Indiana Patient Safety Center and our 167 member hospitals have set our sights on making Indiana the safest place in the world to receive care. The Patient Safety Summit enables us all to step back, assess the work we’ve done and determine the work we still have to do to reach our ambitious goal. ​

During the Indiana Patient Safety Summit, patient safety and quality leaders come together to learn effective strategies and share best practices that will improve patient safety statewide. From CEOs and CNOs to nursing caregivers, case managers and pharmacists, anyone responsible for patient safety and leading change for improvement will find the Patient Safety Summit an informative and inspiring experience. 

Recent national speakers have addressed the summit audience on a wide range of topics, including:

  • Sepsis prevention
  • The role the individual plays in patient safety
  • The importance of psychol​ogical safety in creating effective teams
  • How the UP Campaign can serve as a tool to change culture 

The 2019 Patient Safety Summit will take place on  June 4  at the Embassy Suites in Plainfield.


Patient Safety Awards 

2016 marked the inaugural Patient Safety Awards at the Patient Safety Summit, recognizing individuals and teams that show extraordinary dedication and enthusiasm for improving patient safety throughout Indiana. More than 36 individuals and teams were nominated in 2017. Learn  more about the Patient Safety Awards

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Patient Safety

June 4, 2019

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Audience

CEOs, CMOs, CNOs, patient safety officers, risk managers, quality leaders, nursing caregivers and managers, case managers, care transition managers, infection preventionists, pharmacists, and others responsible for patient safety and leading change for improvement​

Just Announced: Keynote Speaker

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Eva Kor
Holocaust Survivor, Forgiveness Advocate

Eva Mozes Kor is a survivor of the Holocaust, forgiveness advocate, and public speaker. Powered by a never-give-up attitude, Eva has emerged from a trauma-filled childhood as a brilliant example of the human spirit's power to overcome. She is a community leader, champion of human rights, and tireless educator.

Eva Mozes was born in 1934 in the tiny village of Portz, Romania. Through the first four years of Eva's education, she and Miriam attended a one-room schoolhouse. Eva's father, Alexander and mother, Jaffa had four girls: Edit, Aliz, and the twins Eva and Miriam. Though the Mozes family enjoyed a comfortable if rustic living as landowners and farmers, the family lived under the spectre of the Nazi takeover of Germany and the everyday experience of prejudice against the Jews.

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