Improvement Science and capacity and capability building
To apply the concepts, methods and tools of improvement science and develop meaningful and sustainable change that measurably improve health and healthcare during extraordinary time to manage the unexpected and maintain the day to day operations
To learn about putting people, patients, staff and care partners at the heart of every decision and partnering with them to improve care
Flow, Safety and Value Improvement
To explore means to accelerate a healthcare organization’s ability to support flow, patient safety and value improvement
To understand how to improve the health outcomes of a group of individuals, including the distribution of such outcomes within the group
Leadership, Resilience and Sustainability
To learn in inspiring and engaging leaders at all levels in a resilient driving and sustainability of results within health and healthcare, especially during extraordinary times
At the end of the forum, the participants will be able to:
- Identify how flow, safety and value improvement science is applied in health care and what are possible improvement outcomes for populations with diverse needs through partnerships between health systems and communities.
- Understand that a system is critical to improving a process, and what are methods and tools to achieve this and what is the level of leadership and resilience needed for the sustainable improvement efforts.
- Understand that interprofessional ‘joyful’ teams conducting improvement project, including an aim, measures, and iterative tests of change, evolve into reliable, standard work that results into better patient experience and patient safety