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Quality and Safety Week 2016

Quality and Safety Week 2016 - Departments & Programs, UW Health, Quality, Safety and Innovation (QSI), Quality and Safety Week 2017

Focus

Join us for a variety of engaging talks and activities October 10-13. All talks (except for the "Take Five" sessions) will be available via live stream video (Scroll down to “Upcoming Webcasts” header on left side). Live Stream Password is: QualityWeek16 

Printable Schedule (8.5 x 14 Size)

MONDAY-THURSDAY

ActivityTimeLocation
Poster Fair: Peruse a showcase of improvement work All day HSLC Atrium
Environment of Care Safety Fair: Enjoy food, games, prizes and learning opportunities  11am-1pm  University Hospital near cafeteria (M-W); TAC (Th) 
Sound the Alarm! Test your recognition of patient care alarms in this online quiz All day  U-Connect

 

MONDAY, OCT. 10

ActivityTimeLocation

Kickoff Celebration

Pick up treats, giveaways and schedule info

11:30am- 1pm University Hospital near cafeteria

Seven Secrets to a Successful Handoff

Featuring Mark Juckett, MD, Vice Chair for Clinical Affairs and Quality, Dept. of Medicine; and Tosha Wetterneck, MD, Medical Director for Patient Safety

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2-3pm HSLC 1345 

 

TUESDAY, OCT. 11

ActivityTimeLocation

Take Five: Improvement Stories

Hear highlights of five projects in just a half hour 

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9:30-10am  HSLC 1220 

PSN as a Catalyst for Change

Stories from the Frontlines: Leadership, frontline clinicians, and staff discuss how they investigated and addressed safety issues related to information technology and equipment. Moderated by Tosha Wetterneck, MD, and Amy Marver, MSN, RN, CCRN, Clinical Nurse Specialist, Nursing Quality and Safety

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10-11am  HSLC 1325 

Keynote Talk: Our 21st Century Duty: Improving Health, Quality, and Cost of Care

Taking responsibility for outcomes requires new ways of organizing care delivery, new partnerships and cost control.  If we are to improve the health of populations and individuals, we need to be aware of implications for individual and organizational roles.

Featuring George J. Isham, MD, MS, Chief Health Officer at HealthPartners, and co-chair of the Roundtable on Population Health Improvement at the National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine. 

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Noon-1pm

 

Lunch provided (while supplies last) 

HSLC 1306

 

Live video stream via U-Connect 

iBed/zone functionality

Stop in for a demo/training on the new inpatient Stryker S3 bed features 

2-4pm  Simulation Lab H6/118 

Zeroing in on Safety

Hear how using evidence to develop bundle elements enabled AFCH to remain CAUTI-free for a year (along with several units for more than two years). Featuring Lori Williams, DNP, RN, RNC-NIC, CCRN, NNP-BC 

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3-4pm  HSLC 1306 

 

WEDNESDAY, OCT. 12

ActivityTimeLocation

High Reliability in Health Care: How to Keep the Plane from Crashing 

Let’s explore the principles highly reliable industries use to reduce adverse events beyond what was once thought possible. Can we use the same principles to keep patients safe? Featuring Jeff Pothof, MD, Medical Director for Quality

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10-11am  HSLC 1306

Panel: How Treating the Patient and their Families as Members of the Health Care Team can Affect Outcomes and Improve the Patient and Family Experience

Featuring a panel of patients and families. Moderated by Sue Rees, Vice President and Associate Chief Nursing Officer 

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Noon-1pm

Lunch provided (while supplies last)
HSLC 1306

Take Five: Improvement Stories

Hear highlights of five projects in just a half hour

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2-2:30pm HSLC 1220

iBed/zone functionality

Stop in for a demo/training on the new inpatient Stryker S3 bed features

2-4pm Simulation Lab H6/118

 

THURSDAY, OCT. 13

ActivityTimeLocation

Take Five: Improvement Stories

Hear highlights of five projects in just a half hour

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9-9:30am HSLC 1220

Panel: The Power of Connection: Improving Connections with Patients and Families

A panel discussion featuring Mark Juckett, MD; registrar Brian Lamboley; Elizabeth Perry, MD; Crosby Reuvers, BSN, RN; and valet Kevin Smith.

Moderated by Emily Winslow, MD, FACS, Medical Director for Patient Experience; and Julie Becker, DBA, BSN, Director of Patient and Family Experience 

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Noon-1pm

Lunch provided (while supplies last)
HSLC 1306

Safe, Effective Pain Management

Gain evidence-based insights about the management of chronic pain in the age of the opioid epidemic. Featuring Alaa Abd-Elsayed, MD, MPH, UW Health Pain Services Medical Director; Brooke Anderson, MSN, RN, Academic Detailer and Special Projects Coordinator for Safe Communities-Madison/Dane County

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3-4pm HSLC 1345

RISK MANAGEMENT CREDIT AVAILABLE

During Quality and Safety Week,  Risk Management (RM) education credit will be provided as a means of satisfying the UWHC Medical Staff Bylaws RM education requirement for UWHC Medical Staff physicians and  Advance Practice Providers (APPs). To receive credit, staff physicians and APPs will need to sign in at the designated live sessions (please look for the sign-in sheet upon arrival).

For the keynote talk, you have the option to participate via live-stream video. If RM education credit is needed, please complete an online questionnaire (coming soon). Risk Management will issue RM credit based on whether you answered 80% of the questions correctly. Be sure to include your name and credentials on the questionnaire.

NOTE:  Credit will be provided from the sign-in sheets at the live sessions and for completing the questionnaire for the live-streaming keynote talk (if you participate in this way). Risk Management keeps a record of those receiving credit and provides this information to the UWHC Medical Staff office, which will record this credit as part of meeting the Medical Staff Bylaws reappointment requirement for staff physicians and APPs. A separate acknowledgement will not be sent to those who attended the sessions.

If you have any questions regarding RM education credits, please call (608) 261-1327 or email Sue Statz atsstatz@uwhealth.org.