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Aligning Safety & Quality with Flow
Oct 22, 2013 to Oct 23, 2013
|Location||1-5 Spencer Street, Melbourne, VIC 3008
Aligning Safety and; Quality with Flow conference will look at how hospitals can maximise patient access in a quality care setting whilst also strengthening safety imperatives.
Understanding how to meet the National Safety and Quality Health Service (NSQHS) Standards while increasing the efficiency of the patient journey needs to be evaluated by Australian hospitals. This conference will look at how hospitals can maximise patient access in a quality care setting whilst also strengthening safety imperatives.
Aligning Safety and; Quality with Flow will focus on how to balance efficiency of patient throughput and adherence to safety and quality standards.
From January 2013 the NSQHS Standards have provided hospitals with ten new standards by which they will be assessed against and accredited. Additionally the National Emergency Access Target has heightened pressure to increase efficiency, as all ED patients need to be processed as either to an inpatient bed or back into the community in 4 hours.
How the NSQHS Standards will impact flow
Strategies for strengthening redesign programs to enhance quality care
How your organisation can achieve both efficiency targets and; patient safety standards
Methods to achieve measurable outcomes for projects
Download the brochure for the full speaker line up and program http://improvingpatientflow.com
For more information, call 1300 316 882 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
From outside Australia please call +61 (2) 9239 5700
Inquiries : http://atnd.it/19TMRMW
Website : http://atnd.it/19TMUIu
Standard price after 13 September 2013: $2199
Register and; Pay by 23 August 2013: $1999
Register and; Pay by 02 August 2013: $1899
director of nursing, patient liaison, clinical redesign, acute care, general medicine, surgical, outpatient, bed, emergency, access, patient flow, planning, nursing, nurse, Policy, mental health
|Venue||Crowne Plaza, Melbourne|