Patient Safety Summit
5 JUN 2018
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 170 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 psychological safety in creating effective teams
  • How the UP Campaign can serve as a tool to change culture 
The 2018 Patient Safety Summit took place on  June 5  at 502 East Event Centre in Carmel, IN. 

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Stress Management and Resiliency Training (SMART) Program, Debbie L. Fuehrer, MA, LPCC, Mayo Clinic
PDF version of presentation​ - PPT file is 100MB

2018 Patient Safety Innovation Award Recipient
Comprehensive Transitions of Care Pharmacy Program​
Presenter: Sun Lee-Such, PharmD, FACHE, MBA, BCPS Franciscan Health Administrative Director of  Pharmacy Services – Northern Division

2018 Patient Safety Service & Leadership Award Recipient
Presenter: Tim Hobbs, MD, MBA, Executive Vice Preside​nt, Clinical Transformation, Community Health Network

2017 Patient Safety Innovation Award Recipient, Franciscan Health Michigan City
Our Jou​rney of Mobility (slides not available, per request)
Co-presenter: Bobbi Herron-Foster, CNS
Co-presenter: Brooke Nack, Inpatient Therapy Manager, Mobility Program Manager
The presenters requested that we not share their slides from this event, but here are some resources available from recent webinars on this topic:
2017 Patient Safety Service & Leadership Award Recipient, Indiana University Health Paoli Hospital
Emergency Department Pain Management Committee​ (pending approval to share slides)
Presenter: Cheryl Lee, RN,  Pain Committee Coordinator


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

CATEGORIES:
Patient Safety


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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​

Speakers

Regina Holliday 
Artist, Patient Advocate

Regina Holliday is a Maryland-based patient advocate and artist known for painting a series of murals depicting the need for clarity and transparency in medical records. 

With her passion for advocating for patients to receive timely access to their health care data, her artwork became part of the national health care debate, earning her a platform to push for legislation that would provide better care for patients. Continuing her advocacy through art, she also started The Walking Gallery movement, where more than 350 volunteer members don blazers painted with their mission within health care. The members of Walking Gallery attend medical conferences with a powerful visual story painted on their backs. The paintings help to convey the fact that the people wearing them are living, breathing examples of patients impacted by health care decisions, as opposed to just a statistical number. Holliday’s jacket paintings depicting the patient story have been covered in The Wall Street Journal, Marketplace, and USA Today. 

Backed by her own patient and caregiving experiences, Regina Holliday travels the globe heralding her message of patient empowerment and inclusion in health care decision making. Holliday is passionate about the benefits of health information technology and timely data access for patients, which is why she was one of HealthTech's Must-Read Health IT Blogger’s in 2017.

Debbie L. Fuehrer, MA, LPCC
Mind-Body Medicine Counselor in Integrative Medicine and Health, Mayo Clinic
Debbie has a master’s degree in counseling and psychological services and is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor. Working closely with Dr. Amit Sood since 2010, she is an Instructor in Medicine and provides counseling services to patients, educational activities, and presentations related to IMH Mind-Body practices, and addresses the topics of stress management, anxiety reduction, and hypnosis.






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