Moving Forward with Patient- and Family-Centered Care: An Intensive Training Seminar—Partnerships for Quality and Safety
April 15-18, 2013
Loews Annapolis Hotel
The Moving Forward with Patient- and Family-Centered Care: An Intensive Training Seminar—Partnerships for Quality and Safety, with leadership support from the Anne Arundel Medical Center, is April 15-18, 2013 in Annapolis, MD.w The seminar provides comprehensive and practical sessions designed to provide participants the knowledge and skills to become more effective change agents for patient- and family-centered care in their health care organizations. Participants will learn patient- and family-centered strategies for safe, quality care and how to guide their organization to create partnerships with patients and families.
The seminar offers programming for health care administrators, physicians, nurses and other clinicians, and patient and family leaders in adult and pediatric inpatient care; primary care, medical home, and other ambulatory care; maternity care; newborn intensive care; mental health care; and emergency care. As hospitals and health systems struggle with issues related to quality, safety, cost efficiency, HIPAA and other privacy regulations, workforce capacity, the use of information technology, and the need to renovate or build new facilities, they are recognizing that patient- and family-centered approaches and the perspectives of patients and families are critical to their work.
Patient- and family-centered care offers a framework and practical strategies to respond to the increasing complexities of health care. Build capacity within your health system, hospital, or community program by sending a team to this seminar.
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Questions? Contact Julie Moretz, Director, Special Projects, (firstname.lastname@example.org) at the Institute, or call 301-652-0281.