Healthcare quality improvement is a systemic approach towards improving the ways care is delivered to the patients. The characteristics of the healthcare quality improvement process can be analyzed, measured, improved, and controlled. Quality improvement is important in healthcare because it helps in enhancing safety, effectiveness, and efficiency. Healthcare improvement tools play a significant role in monitoring, assessing, and improving quality healthcare standards.
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What a fantastic reunion we had at the NEC, Birmingham bringing the care community together once again after such a long time. We are overwhelmed by the positive response and feedback we have received, and we hope you had a great time. The show had such a packed programme full of informative and inspiring content and so many great exhibitors to visit and network with. Care Show is supported by educational grants from various companies who have not influenced the meeting content or the choice of speakers.
Since the publication of the NHS Patient Safety Strategy in July 2019, there have been several changes to the patient safety landscape; the strategy has expanded to include the Incident Response Framework, Primary Care Networks and Managing Deterioration Safety Improvement programme, among others. While a lot of progress has been made in patient safety, recent surveys and publications indicate that there is still plenty of room for improvement. For example, the Government’s Call for Evidence in 2021 for the Women’s Health Strategy concluded that women’s voices are not being heard within the healthcare system, leading to poorer outcomes and avoidable errors. By engaging with best practice strategies in improving patient safety and reducing medical error, health professionals can continue to improve outcomes for all patients in the NHS.
In the Department of Health and Social Care’s 2021 ‘Call for Evidence’ survey, 84% of respondents said that there had been instances in which they felt as though a healthcare professional was not listening to their concerns
There was a 29% decrease in Never Events recorded in the period between April 2020 and March 2021 compared to the period between April 2019 and March 2020
The NHS waiting list reached over 6 million patients by the end of 2021, the largest backlog in the UK to date
Stillbirths and infant deaths per 1000 patients between 2017 and 2019 were roughly twice as high amongst Black and Pakistani ethnic groups than White patients
Join us at the Patient Safety 2022 Conference: Driving Improvements Across the NHS to Reduce Medical Error to hear the latest patient safety policy and updates from policymakers and experts. Engage with a range of best practice case studies to learn about leading strategies and clinical practices to embed a culture of patient safety across your organization, engage with patients, and creating new care pathways. You will also have the opportunity to network with senior colleagues from across the NHS sharing experiences and improve outcomes for patients in your community.
Leadership in the NHS is the responsibility of all staff. This one day masterclass in Quality Improvement will allow all healthcare staff to learn about QI methodology, tools to use and how to lead change. The day has been developed to provide both practical and appropriate QI training to all staff. You will learn what QI tools to use and how to maintain the improvements. You will explore how to avoid common mistakes that staff make.
Key Learning Objectives:
Learn QI methodology
Develop QI skills
Learn how to lead change and avoid common resistance to change
We can’t wait to welcome attendees back to live and in-person learning! With inspirational plenaries and informative breakout sessions, participants will have ample opportunities to meet experts face-to-face and enjoy spontaneous networking.
The ACS Quality and Safety Conference strives to:
PROVIDE a professional forum to discuss and apply the most recent knowledge pertaining to national, international, and local quality and safety initiatives in the field of surgery.
PRESENT methods used to analyze data from ACS Quality Programs and demonstrate practical ways to use the data for quality improvement.
ASSIST hospitals and providers in managing, analyzing, and interpreting data by providing education on proven methods that will empower hospitals and centers to make a positive impact at their facilities.
ENHANCE the learning experience by offering breakout sessions that educate attendees on the topic areas of their choice and with consideration of their level of programmatic experience.
The objectives of the HCSRN conference are to showcase scientific findings from HCSRN research projects, and to spur collaboration on research initiatives that improve health and healthcare for individuals and populations. The annual conference has been a mainstay of the HCSRN since its inception, serving as a venue for research teams to disseminate scientific findings, stimulate new collaboration, and share insights about conducting research in real-world care delivery settings.
Founded in 1994, the Health Care Systems Research Network (HCSRN) is an innovative consortium of research centers based in community-based health delivery systems. Members of the HCSRN share a commitment to rigorous public domain research that addresses critically important questions for improving health and health care. Formerly known as the HMO Research Network, the HCSRN consists of 19 members (19 based in the US, and one in Israel). Leadership is provided by a representative Board of Governors and an Executive Director.
International Conference on Healthcare Quality Management aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Healthcare Quality Management. It also provides a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns as well as practical challenges encountered and solutions adopted in the fields of Healthcare Quality Management.
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