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Ballroom 1/2 ~ Welcome & Introductions ~ 8:15 a.m. to 8:45 a.m.
Jim Rost, MD, Medical Director, Patient Safety, Shady Grove Adventist Hospital;
Chair, MPSC Neonatal Collaborative; Lead Faculty, MPSC TeamSTEPPS™ Train-the-Trainer program
Welcome & Introdroductions: An Elephant's Tale - 8Mb
Ballroom 1/2 ~ Keynote Address ~ 8:45 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
Passion, Courage and the Power of Partnership
Susan E. Sheridan, MIM, MBA
, Co-founder and President, Consumers Advancing Patient Safety
Session Patrons: The Maryland Association for Healthcare Quality &
The Maryland Society for Healthcare Risk Management
Continuity of Care
Measurement
Patient & Family Voices
Safety Culture
Spread Excellence
Value
10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Room 331-332

Embracing a Culture of Teamwork to Achieve Outcomes in Dementia Care

Room 324-326

* Synthesizing Across Safety of Care Findings: A Continuum for Better Practices

Supplemental 1

Room 321-323

A Call for Help: Implementing Patient and Family Activity of the Rapid Response Team - 5Mb

 

Room 327-329

Session Patron:
The Maryland Organization of Nurse Executives

Saving Lives/Patient Safety

 

Room 318-320

Patient Safety Solution:
Teamwork

† Safeguarding Perioperative Handoffs Against Miscommunications and Reduced Teamwork: The Perioperative Handoff Protocol

Extra! Extra! Read All About It: How Interdisciplinary Teamwork Saved the Day and the Baby! - 28Mb

Room 316-317

Session Patron:
The Maryland Association of Healthcare Executives

The Value of Transformation

 

11:30 a.m. – 12:45 p.m.

Story Board Presentations, Ballroom Foyer – Lunch (Box lunches may be picked up in Ballroom 3/4)

12:45 p.m. to 1:45 p.m.
Room 331-332

Session Patron:
The Beacon Institute, LifeSpan’s Educational Affiliate

Disaster Planning Safety Measures for the Assisted Living/Independent Living Resident - 9Mb

Room 324-326

Update on OHCQ’s Maryland Patient Safety Program

Room 327-329

Being Open with Patients and Families About Medical Errors - 8Mb

Room 316-317

It’s Not About the Training: The Good, Not-so-Good, and Surprising Secrets to TeamSTEPPS™ Implementation and Sustainment Success

Room 318-320

Patient Safety Solution:
Infection Prevention

Mopping Up C. Diff

Waging the War Against C. difficile – radical Multidisciplinary Approaches from a Community Hospital

Room 321-323

* Process Improvement at Work: Recent Lean Kaizen Events in Maryland Hospitals

Carroll Hospital Center - 11Mb

2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Room 331-332

Session Patron: Health Facilities Association of Maryland

Side Rails and Restraints: Improve Safety By Involving Residents and Families

Supplemental 1
Supplemental 2

Room 324-326

Quality and Safety as a Continuum: Examples from Europe and the Americas

Evaluation of Quality and Safety in the Italian Healthcare System

Building Your Brand Around Quality

Room 321-323

* Why Community Coalitions are Important for Patient Safety Initiatives

Advancing Patient Safety through Community-Based Coalition Work

Room 327-329

Session Patron:
The Josie King Foundation

Rising Above the Ashes

TRUST: The 5 Rights of the Second Victim

NQF - Safe Practices for Better Healthcare 2009 Update

Supplemental 1
Supplemental 2

Room 318-320

Patient Safety Solution:
Process improvement

Improving Pain Center Processes Utilizing a Lean Team Approach - 3Mb

Emergency Physician-Nurse-Tech Care Team in Triage – Washington Hospital Center’s ED Gold Team is “Worth Its Weight…" - 3Mb

Room 316-317

† What Washington Doesn’t Get About Healthcare

3:15 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Ballroom 1/2
Putting Our Networking and Insights to Work
Dennis Wagner, Acting Director, Office of Health Information Technology and Quality, Health Resources and Services Administration
* This presentation has been approved for 1.0 contact hour (1.0 CEU) by the Maryland Pharmacy Continuing Education Coordinating Council.
† The handouts for this session will not be posted before the Conference.