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How Data-Driven Safety Culture Changes Can Lower HAC Rates

February 23, 2017 — 10:30AM - 11:30AM EST
Orange County Convention Center
311E
Session ID: 
226

Description

In keeping with its vision of “keeping kids safe and healthy” in today’s value-based care environment, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin implemented a collaborative, data-driven initiative to reduce its rate of hospital-acquired conditions (HACs). Project leaders will outline how they reinvented their governance structure, implemented actionable analytics, and drove cultural change to reduce HACs by 30% and save $1.6 million.

Learning Objectives: 

  • Identify governance principles and team structures that create a sustainable safety culture to support the reduction of hospital-acquired condition (HAC) rates
  • Recognize how well-organized and trained frontline teams, empowered by accessible and actionable data, can reduce the rate of HACs
  • Employ selective safety data to obtain buy-in and create champions among stakeholders—from the C-suite to the sharp end
  • Prepare to identify resources and priorities within a large healthcare system to create a successful framework for data-driven HAC reduction

Audience: 

Physician, CMO, CMIO
Senior IT Executive
Nurse, CNO, CNIO

Level: 

Intermediate

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