Preventable Patient Harm*

(It’s Why We Do What We Do)

Synensis has helped more than 500 hospitals around the world
pursue zero preventable harm by measuring and improving quality
and patient safety, eliminating the costs of under-performing
processes, and, ultimately, saving lives.

*Patients harmed in the USA since January 1, 2016
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10 Leadership Secrets for Achieving Zero Preventable Harm

If your hospital wants to achieve zero preventable harm, save lives, and save money, then these 10 evidence-based leadership practices can start you on your journey while also accelerating your results.

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2 Secrets for Turbocharging the Effectiveness of Your Improvement Initiatives

2 p.m. EST, Thursday, January 21

Learn the two key factors that hinder success in most healthcare organizations.

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The Patient Survival Handbook: Avoid Being the Next Victim of Medical Error

Patient safety starts with the patient. The more your patients know, the more they are protected. Check out the book that could save a patient’s life.

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Healthy Organization Model

By creating healthier organizations, we can help save lives.

Synensis’s model for a Healthy OrganizationSM is the roadmap to zero preventable harm.

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Synensis Interviews from the Recent National Patient Safety Foundation Congress
“Synensis’s ability to make sense of the HSOPS [Hospital Survey on Patient Safety Culture] data, target areas for improvement, and provide specific and actionable suggestions and approaches to achieve those improvements has been invaluable. Synensis has been a real benefit to our teams.”
Laura Maynard, MDiv, Director, Collaborative Learning, North Carolina Center for Hospital Quality and Patient Safety
“As a result of the Synensis program being built into our continuous quality improvement plan, our teams have been able to improve some HCAHPS scores to the 75th percentile and our NDNQI Practice Environment Scale survey exceeded the mean of all hospitals in the database.”
Robert Dent, DNP, MBA, RN, NEA-BC, CENP, FACHE, Vice President & Chief Nursing Officer, Midland Memorial Hospital
“Synensis is one of the JCR HEN’s subcontractors and has significantly contributed to our work with hospitals. Each Synensis team member brings a wealth of experience and expertise to our project and continuously offers creative solutions to our HEN and the hospitals.”
Deborah Morris Nadzam, PhD, RN, BB, FAAN, Senior Consultant and Project Director, Joint Commission Resources, Inc.
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