Webinar Recordings

Nov 21, 2021
Creating a safety culture is a key to achieving high reliability in health care. David L. Feldman, Chief Medical Officer and Senior Vice-President of Hospitals Insurance Company reviews the necessary ingredients for such a change using the Operating Room as a typical, and challenging, example. Key…
Nov 21, 2021
Disrespectful work environments in health care represent a risk to patient safety and have negative impacts on patient outcomes and staff satisfaction. Bettina Siewert, MD and Suzanne Swedeen RN, MSN from Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center discuss the impact of disrespectful work environments on…
Nov 9, 2021
Dr. Abigail Carlson, Medical Officer for the Division of Healthcare Quality Promotion, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and Kristen Hayes, Director, Clinical Quality, AHA Center for Health Innovation, American Hospital Association (AHA) discuss the importance of teamwork in…
Nov 4, 2021
In this webinar, we’ll talk about the challenge, the parallels with the retail industry’s “omnichannel” evolution, and the role that analytics can play in developing a holistic access strategy. You will also hear first-hand insights into how RWJBarnabas Health is approaching this critical process…
Oct 22, 2021
The recorded webinar identifies the value of communication in a team-based setting introducing the evidence-based set of tools.
Oct 17, 2021
What happens when the first generation of TeamSTEPPS safety professionals moves on? Joe Carlucci, PT, MS, MBA, FAB, Patient Safety Officer and Missy Malkin, BSN, RN-BC, Medical/Surgical Clinical Nurse Educator from Stanford Healthcare ValleyCare, introduce concrete steps to enhance the sustainment…
Oct 17, 2021
This webinar explains how the Army leadership rolled out a world-wide standardized safety campaign operationalizing six key practices spanning each hospital’s C-suite to the front lines of care. Our presenters COL Bonnie Hartstein, MD, MBA, MHA, FACEP, board certified in Pediatrics and Emergency…
Oct 17, 2021
Colonel (Ret) Peter G. Napolitano, MD, professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Washington and director for Obstetric Simulation and Medical Team Performance for UW Medicine shares lessons learned from combat medicine and how they can be applied to create an integrated team…