Full engagement of families as a part of the healthcare team can facilitate improvements in patient safety. Learn how an inter-professional research team developed and deployed a family-centered rounds intervention that emphasized structured communication, health literacy principles, and family and nurse engagement across 7 North American sites, resulting in a 38% reduction in harmful errors, increases in family and nurse engagement, and improvements in the family experience of care.
This webinar will discuss ways in which general acute care hospitals can combat the opioid epidemic. Every year, more patients with opioid use disorder visit the ED and are admitted to the hospital. Through the California Bridge Program, hospitals offer rapid access, low barrier buprenorphine starts to treat withdrawal and link patients to long term treatment. This model allows the patients who are already in the hospital, but not in addiction treatment, to be efficiently started on lifesaving treatment. In this webinar, Dr.
Interested counsel may join a discussion group that offers support and an opportunity to learn about the new legal privileges and challenges of the Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Act of 2005. You can request to join the group by following this link: eepurl.com/rKJaf. This group generally holds conference calls quarterly.