The National Content Developer will be hosting a weekly webinar regarding the Partnership for Patients Initiative with each topic varying on quality and patient safety issues from week to week. Next week’s webinar (May 14that 3pm EST) will focus on Leadership Participation & Involvement in Quality Improvement-a great topic to get folks engaged on PfP. Content and log-in instructions are below. Please feel free to forward this to any organizations you collaborate with. There is no fee to participate.
The upcoming NCD Weekly Webinar on Leadership Participation/Involvement in Quality Improvement will take place at 3:00pm ET on May 14, 2012. Feel free to forward this information to the individual(s) and/or other organizations that you would like to attend. Pre-Registration for this event is not required but it is highly recommended.
Please take a moment to register and follow the instructions for testing your computer in advance to be sure the new platform will perform properly on your computer.
· Call-in and Log-in information for the Monday, May 14, 2012 3:00pm ET NCD Webinar is as follows:
2. Call-In 1-888-567-1602
§ If you are unable to dial in and participate in interactive discussion, you will be able to hear the audio portion of the webinar via your computer speakers.
3. When greeted by the live operator please reference the NCD Weekly Webinar & Chat Series
· Up –to-date call-in and log-in information can also be found on the Community of Practice (COP) on the Community Calendar
The following questions will be asked during the webinar. Please be prepared to give accurate responses.
1. What percentage of hospitals in your network have a commitment to the 40%/20% goals signed by the Executive Team?
2. What percentage of hospitals in your network have a commitment to the 40% / 20% goals signed by the Board?
3. What percentage of hospitals in your network utilize weekly Executive Rounding or Patient Safety Leadership WalkRounds™?
4. What percentage of hospitals in your network utilize Senior Leaders and Physicians to lead QI Initiatives?