Webinar: 5 Evidence-Based Leadership Practices That Can Reduce Harm In Your Hospital

Time and Date

2 p.m. to 3 p.m. EST
11 a.m. to Noon PST
Thursday, December 11


Stephen Powell
Chief Executive Officer and President


The pressure is mounting for hospital executives. Unless hospitals can reduce preventable patient harm, they run the risk of not only seeing reimbursement penalties, but also, with the increased transparency in public reporting, an attack on their brands. With so much quality data to analyze, it’s easy for hospital leaders to get lost in the weeds. But it doesn’t have to be that way, as Synensis Chief Executive Officer and President Stephen Powell will present five evidence-based leadership practices that hospitals can implement immediately that can have a sustainable positive impact on reducing harm, saving lives, and saving money.

What You’ll Learn
  • How to identify immediate safety culture improvement priorities
  • Strategies to engage leaders at all levels of the organization to accelerate operational transformation
  • Ways to integrate HSOPS priorities into existing performance improvement initiatives
  • How to maintain focus within a we’ve-got-to-fix-it-all cultural mentality
  • Sustainable methods for bridging the gap between corporate mandates and departmental realities
  • The importance of creating organizational transparency that is driven by a call-to-action
Benefits of Attending
  • Learn how to decrease preventable hospital-acquired conditions in your hospital, leading to greater reimbursement of VBP dollars
  • Learn how to decrease preventable complications during transitions from one care setting to another, shortening hospital stays, and once again, increasing reimbursement of VBP dollars
  • Learn how to build a pathway to effectively include board members, executive, and physician leadership in your patient safety efforts
  • Learn how patient safety programs pay for themselves in a very short period of time in direct cost savings, increases in patient and family satisfaction, the avoidance of costly legal problems, and the staff satisfaction that comes from knowing you are doing everything possible to provide safe care to your patients

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