September 30, 2013 | Barb Carr

Best Practices in Improving Healthcare Quality & Patient Safety

We are excited to offer the Improving Healthcare Quality & Patient Safety track at the 2013 Global TapRooT® Summit. Summit Week is scheduled for April 7 – 11, 2013 in Horseshoe Bay, Texas.

Learn how to identify the underlying causes of specific breakdowns in patient care and start planning improvements at your facility. Here are just two of the sessions planned for this track:


High Reliability Industry Lessons Learned for Healthcare: Come and learn how to reduce injury to patients as Kay Gallogly and Gard Clark share high reliability industry lessons learned. Lessons learned will focus on eliminating preventable harm to provides the safest, highest-quality care to every patient.


Reducing Risks in the Pharmacy: Medication errors have the potential to cause serious health problems or death. Christopher Jerry, President and CEO of the Emily Jerry Foundation, will be presenting this informative session on how to reduce these risks. The Emily Jerry Foundation is committed to educating families and lawmakers about Pharmacy Technicians, the need to increase the prerequisite training standards of their profession, and their important role in life or death medical situations across the United States.

LEARN MORE about the track schedule by visiting the Schedule Page and clicking the button next to “Improving Healthcare Quality & Patient Safety” (Visit the Schedule Page now.)


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