Monday, August 13, 2012

Improve Patient Outcomes by Partnering for Performance

Now more than ever, hospital legal teams regularly depend on physicians and medical services professionals to work efficiently and create a culture of patient safety. Communication and collaboration are keys to achieving success in such an interdependent environment.

Looking for an opportunity to improve how you work with your colleagues to provide safety and optimal care in your facility? Join National Association Medical Staff Services, in partnership with American Health Lawyers Association, American Medical Association -- Organized Medical Staff Section, and American College of Physician Executives for:

Wednesday, September 5, 2012
San Francisco, CA

This full-day workshop features a comprehensive agenda tailored to physician leaders and the colleagues they rely on every day. Sample sessions include:
  • Investigations and Hearings: Controlling the Moving Parts
          Linda Haddad, JD
  • Dealing with Disruptive, Impaired Practitioners and Aging Practitioners               
          Michael Callahan, JD
  • The National Healthcare Crisis – How to Solve it Through Quality and Medical Staff Leadership
          Brent C. James, MD, MStat

Legal education, medical staff leadership, and credentialing tracks ensure that every attendee will receive information relevant to their field, and CME credits will be available. Download and print the Partnering for Performance brochure for information to share with your colleagues. Then, register online to learn how to better communicate and collaborate across departments and disciplines.

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