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Global Innovators Network

We are a global network of leaders from academia, industry, government, NGOs, philanthropy, and faith-based organizations who are collaborating on best practices in leadership of innovation. Spawned to meet the global needs of innovators in healthcare and patient safety, our work has expanded to multiple sectors with a focus on mentorship and development of great leaders. There is no specific commercial purpose of this website and no required financial relationship between the collaborators. The information available through this website is entirely free.
Global Patient Safety Forum

The GPSF is a convening alliance with a mission to save lives, save money, and build value in the community it serves.  The Forum was expressly founded to make available important content that the collaborators want to share more broadly. This website is not intended to compete with any other initiative and will meet its objectives if collaborators and those interested in the topics share the information with their communities. There is no financial requirement of users of the site.
 

Prior Global Programs

In collaboration with TMIT found at www.safetyleaders.org, we have produced a number of global webinars and programs that may be viewed below.

In 2016, a Healthcare Cybercrime Classification and Research Report was produced following analysis of national polling results of quality and safety leaders regarding their interest in the impact of healthcare cybercrime on the medical identities of patients and healthcare professional identities of caregivers and academic leaders. Click here for the report.

Throughout 2017, webinars and training will be posted here including content specifically for consumers in association with CareUniversity, our affiliate content developer.

Title Date Resources
Sepsis and Triage: Maximizing Safety of Incoming Patients November 16, 2017 Audio and Resources
Health Information Technology: Patient Safety Issues & Cybersecurity October 19, 2017 Audio and Resources
Drug Diversion and the Opioid Crisis September 21, 2017 Audio and Resources
Sepsis: Bringing it All Together Part 3 August 17, 2017 Audio and Resources
The Opioid Crisis: New Threats to Caregivers July 20, 2017 Audio and Resources
Sepsis: Acute Care Part 2 June 15, 2017 Audio and Resources
Sepsis: The Basics Part 1 May 18, 2017 Audio and Resources
Failure to Rescue: Bedside Patient Rescue – A Great Opportunity April 20, 2017 Audio and Resources
Mayo Clinic Mortality Review Presentations – at the Texas Medical Center Threat Safety R&D Community of Practice March 1, 2017 Audio and Resources
Mortality Reviews: Great Learning from Our Early Journey February 16, 2017 Audio and Resources
Saving Lives Putting Mortality Reviews to Work – It does pay off! January 19, 2017 Audio and Resources
The Opioid Crisis: An Update for Safety Leaders December 15, 2016 Audio and Resources
A Safety Leaders Update: Is H.I.T. Evidence Based? November 17, 2016 Audio and Resources
Learning from Collaboration on Mortality Reviews: The Journey October 20, 2016 Audio and Resources
Harmonizing Healthcare Emergency Codes September 15, 2016 Audio and Resources
Learn from Mortality Review AND the Living: Part 2 – A Deeper Dive August 18, 2016 Audio and Resources
Learn from Mortality Review AND the Living: Next Generation Safety Learning System July 21, 2016 Audio and Resources
New Oral Anticoagulants: New Patient Safety Challenges June 16, 2016 Audio and Resources
High Impact Care Hazards: Opioid OD, Anaphylaxis, Cardiac Arrest, Choking, and On-site Transportation Accidents May 19, 2016 Audio and Resources
The Opioid Patient Safety Crisis: Actions and Reactions April 28, 2016 Audio and Resources
Health Information Technology Safety Community of Practice January 21, 2016 Audio and Resources
Bill George – Discover Your True North and John Nance – Patient Safety Cybercrimes September 17, 2015 Audio and Resources
ADE Triple Threat – Moving from Awareness to Action May 21, 2015 Video & Resources
Diabetic Agents – An Old Problem: New Focus (Part 3 of 3) April 16, 2015 Video & Resources
Opioid ADEs – An Old Problem: New Focus (Part 2 of 3) March 19, 2015 Video & Resources
Anticoagulation ADEs – An Old Problem: A New Focus (Part 1 of 3) February 19, 2015 Video & Resources
November 16, 2017
Sepsis and Triage: Maximizing Safety of Incoming Patients
Our audience continuously requests more on sepsis. Dr. Jeanne Huddleston, our lead speaker this month, will address this topic to complement our prior sepsis webinars. Her emphasis will be on the triage and safety of incoming patients and the safety of patients being transferred out to other centers. She has led the breakthrough mortality review work at the Mayo Clinic that identified both sepsis and triage as two very important Opportunities for Improvement.

Dr. Greg Botz and Chief Bill Adcox, both of MD Anderson Cancer Center, and Vicki King of the University of Texas Police at Houston, will provide an update on the Med Tac bystander care program that is focused on patient safety during emergencies threatening the lives of previously healthy children, youth, and adults in their workforce years.

October 19, 2017
Health Information Technology: Patient Safety Issues & Cybersecurity
Patient Safety issues related to Health Information Technology (H.I.T.) and the impact of cybersecurity adverse events are directly in the wheel house of quality and patient safety leaders. Through multiple recent research surveys, we have found our audience needs help at the frontline.

Ross Koppel, PhD, Adjunct Professor of Sociology, University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, has provided tremendous insight to our TMIT audience in the area of E.H.R. patient safety in multiple webinars. He is a leading scholar of healthcare IT, and of the interactions of people, computers, and workplaces. His articles in JAMA, JAMIA, Annals of Internal Medicine, NEJM, Health Affairs, Journal of Patient Safety, the Journal of Clinical Care, Journal of Managed Care, Chest, and AHRQ-M&Ms, et cetera, are considered seminal works.

September 21, 2017
Drug Diversion and the Opioid Crisis
The opioid crisis is touching everyone in our caregiver community. Through multiple recent research surveys, we have found our audience has realized that drug diversion is a patient safety crisis and that we need help at the frontline.

Kimberly New is a specialist in controlled substance security and DEA regulatory compliance and consults with healthcare facilities across the country. She is an attorney and an RN who will provide practical and powerful insights to the exploding drug diversion problem. She is widely published and advises a number of leading medical centers.

August 17, 2017
Sepsis: Bringing it All Together Part 3
This is the third webinar our sepsis series. Sepsis, according to Dr. Jeanne Huddleston our lead speaker this month, is one of the most common “Opportunities for Improvement” and a great area to have impact. Dr. Huddleston is the leading researcher in mortality reviews at the Mayo Clinic. Our national surveys have revealed that opportunities of omission and sepsis in particular have been identified as a major interest area of our research test bed.

Dr. Huddleston will sum up the terrific presentations in Part 1 and Part 2 and tie what we have learned to what has been gleaned from the Mayo Mortality Review process.

July 20, 2017
The Opioid Crisis: New Threats to Caregivers
Dr. Gladstone McDowell is one of our nation’s leading pain management experts who has practiced as a urologic oncologist, anesthesiologist, and pain management physician. He frequently speaks to caregivers as well as youth on the dangers of pain medicines and our current opioid crisis. He will address the latest life threatening developments from the introduction of Fentanyl additives to street drugs that are now threatening our first responders, emergency caregivers, and our patients.
June 15, 2017
Sepsis: Acute Care Part 2
This is our second webinar in a series on sepsis. Sepsis, according to Dr. Jeanne Huddleston, the leading researcher in mortality reviews at the Mayo Clinic, is one of the most common “Opportunities for Improvement” and a great area to have impact. Our national surveys have revealed that opportunities of omission and sepsis in particular have been identified as a major interest area of our research test bed.
Dr. Huddleston will introduce the topic with a review of the new sepsis related knowledge that has been gleaned from the Mayo Mortality Review process.

Casey Clements, MD, PhD, is a renowned emergency medicine physician at the Mayo Clinic who will build on our prior webinar in this second installment on the state of the art care of sepsis.

May 18, 2017
Sepsis: The Basics Part 1
Sepsis, according to Dr. Jeanne Huddleston, the leading researcher in mortality reviews at the Mayo Clinic, is one of the most common “Opportunities for Improvement” and a great area to have impact. Our national surveys have revealed that opportunities of omission and sepsis in particular have been identified as a major interest area of our research test bed.

Dr. Ryan Arnold is an emergency medicine physician at Christiana Care Health System and is the Director of Research participating in over 60 different research projects, which include several multi-center clinical trials and investigator-initiated studies. He will be the speaker of the first part of a three part series on sepsis and will provide foundational approach to the issue including important definitions and an evidence based introduction to the topic. A reactor panel of patient advocates and experts will react to the presentation.

April 20, 2017
Failure to Rescue: Bedside Patient Rescue – A Great Opportunity
Failure to Rescue, according to Dr. Jeanne Huddleston, the leading researcher in mortality reviews at the Mayo Clinic, is one of the most common “Opportunities for Improvement” and a great area to have impact. Opportunities of omission have been identified as a major interest area of our research test bed through multiple surveys. She will introduce the topic and lead our discussions.

Dr. Santiago Romero-Brufau of the Mayo Clinic, will present the Bedside Patient Rescue program developed from the information yielded by mortality reviews as a great opportunity for performance improvement.

March 1, 2017
Mayo Clinic Mortality Review Presentations at the Texas Medical Center Threat Safety R&D Community of Practice
Dr. Jeanne Huddleston presents two back to back sessions regarding the breakthrough work she and her colleagues at the Mayo Clinic have that have had enormous impact on improving quality across their system. She shared learnings on their journey of a detailed data analysis and stories of more than sequential 10,000 patient deaths. She shared the lessons learned through the development and evolution of the Mayo Clinic Mortality Review System and the opportunities to address issues of omission.

Mayo Mortality Reviews:  Next Generation Patient Safety – The presentation will provides a detailed look at how the Mayo Mortality Review System evolved, their findings, and how barriers were overcome to develop it.

Putting Mortality Reviews to Work – The Enormous Payoff! – The presentation provides a detailed outline and roadmap of how mortality reviews have been put to work at the Mayo Clinic and how other systems in Dr. Huddleston’s national collaborative are undertaking their journeys. The impact of the approach was presented using a comprehensive measurement and improvement approach.

February 16, 2017
Mortality Reviews: Great Learning from Our Early Journey
Patty Atkins, RN, MS, CNS, CPPS, is responsible for Quality, Patient Safety and Lean Six Sigma for Sharp HealthCare, the largest healthcare system in San Diego, CA. She will share the terrific learning her organization has gleaned from mortality reviews, having worked with Dr. Jeanne Huddleston from the Mayo Clinic who are the leaders in this field. Her insights are just what our surveys have told us from frontline safety leaders in our National Research Test Bed.

Dr. Huddleston's work at the Mayo Clinic has generated one of the strongest positive reactions we have ever had in our nearly 100 monthly sequential webinars. The breakthrough work that can have enormous impact on the patient safety of healthcare institutions.

January 19, 2017
Saving Lives Putting Mortality Reviews to Work – It does pay off!
Dr. Jeanne Huddleston from the Mayo Clinic generated one of the strongest positive reactions we have ever had in our nearly 100 monthly sequential webinars for her work in mortality reviews. She will now show how such information can be used to save lives.

She and her colleagues at the Mayo Clinic have undertaken breakthrough work that can have enormous impact on the patient safety of healthcare institutions. She will share how the learnings on their journey to analyze the stories of all patient deaths are being converted into results.

The information Dr. Huddleston shares helps us understand areas of critical importance that will compliment what we do in prevention of adverse events. Following her presentation, a reactor panel will discuss how the insights can be applied to frontline care.
December 15, 2016
The Opioid Crisis: An Update for Safety Leaders
The opioid crisis in America is breathtaking and demands our attention. Dr. Gladstone McDowell is a global leader in pain management who is the Medical Director of Integrated Pain Solutions. He is a trained specialist in Urology, Urologic Oncology, Anesthesiology, Pain Management, and Patient Safety. Dr. McDowell will address the current opioid crisis and updated numbers just reported by the DEA. He will address the issue of gateway drugs and how our healthcare staff, patients, and families are at risk. We will discuss the latest in drug diversion and what safety leaders need to know and watch for in 2017.
November 17, 2016
A Safety Leaders Update: Is H.I.T. Evidence Based?
Ross Koppel, PhD, Adjunct Professor of Sociology, University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, has provided tremendous insight to our TMIT audience in the area of E.H.R. patient safety in multiple webinars. He is a leading scholar of healthcare IT, and of the interactions of people, computers, and workplaces. His articles in JAMA, JAMIA, Annals of Internal Medicine, NEJM, Health Affairs, Journal of Patient Safety, the Journal of Clinical Care, Journal of Managed Care, Chest, and AHRQ-M&Ms, et cetera, are considered seminal works.

Dr. Koppel will address a great question: Is Health Information Technology evidence based and what do we need to know?

October 20, 2016
Learning from Collaboration on Mortality Reviews: The Journey
In response to the overwhelmingly positive evaluations of our webinars on Learning from Mortality Reviews by Dr. Jeanne Huddleston of the Mayo Clinic, we have engaged leading organizations who have joined the collaborative efforts.
Dr. Huddleston and her colleagues at the Mayo Clinic have undertaken breakthrough work that can have enormous impact on the patient safety of healthcare institutions. In our July and August webinars, she shared the lessons learned through the development and evolution of the Mayo Clinic Mortality Review System, and will be our introduction speaker for our webinar this month.

Our audience was polled and asked if they wanted to hear from groups at the front line who have learned from the Mayo Clinic work and are actively studying and collaborating on mortality reviews. Hanan Foley, MSN, RN, CPHQ, the Director of Quality and Safety at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital, will share their experience on the journey.

September 15, 2016
Harmonizing Healthcare Emergency Codes
Leaders who have successfully harmonized their emergency codes will speak on lessons learned from this vital issue. With the frequency and severity of active shooter events, healthcare facility terrorism, and natural disasters striking healthcare institutions, coordination of the communication of emergency codes is critical. The discussion of the "how to" harmonize emergency codes and implementing plain language and simple text principles to improve effectiveness will be discussed. Stories illustrating how confusion regarding codes can lead to preventable deaths will be shared.

Dr. Bill Scharf and his colleagues at OSF have successfully accomplished harmonization of emergency codes across their health system and will share their experience. James Mitchell and Aaron Freedkin of Texas Children's Hospital will describe their journey to harmonizing their emergency codes and moving to plain language for the world's largest children's hospital.

In our reactor panel, Chief Bill Adcox, Inspector Vickie King, and Dr. Greg Botz of MD Anderson Cancer Center will discuss the importance of standardization at major medical centers where multiple institutions share common sky walkways and common areas as well as have caregivers and staff who rotate through multiple areas where differing emergency codes are used. Jennifer Dingman will discuss the perspectives of the patient and the family.
August 18, 2016
Learn from Mortality Review AND the Living: Part 2 – A Deeper Dive
In response to the overwhelmingly positive evaluations of our webinar last month addressing Learning from Mortality Reviews, we have asked Dr. Jeanne Huddleston to take a deeper dive into what can be learned from mortality reviews and how participants can start a program and learn from others. Following her presentation, a reactor panel will discuss the new information building on our July webinar shared by Dr. Huddleston.
July 21, 2016
Learn from Mortality Review AND the Living: Next Generation Safety Learning System
Dr. Jeanne Huddleston and her colleagues at the Mayo Clinic have undertaken breakthrough work that can have enormous impact on the patient safety of healthcare institutions. She will share learnings on their journey to analyze the stories of all patient deaths. She will share the lessons learned through the development and evolution of the Mayo Clinic Mortality Review System.

Patient safety events are increasingly recognized as the 3rd leading cause of death including the typical adverse events we count and measure in patient safety. These existing measurement systems do not identify actionable opportunities for improvement nor provide obvious direction for next steps. The information Dr. Huddleston will share will help us understand areas of critical importance that will compliment what we do in prevention of adverse events. Following her presentation, a reactor panel will discuss the new information shared by Dr. Huddleston.

June 16, 2016
New Oral Anticoagulants: New Patient Safety Challenges
Dr. Alan Jacobson is a pioneer and leader in the field of anticoagulation management, having implemented innovative strategies within the VA system to improve anticoagulation management and dramatically reducing risk with out-of-range INR and complications associated with anticoagulation therapy.

Dr. Jacobson addressed the challenges associated with the new therapeutic drugs, which require less monitoring, but bring new risks. There are new lessons being learned that can help keep patients safer when these innovative new medications are being used.

May 19, 2016
High Impact Care Hazards: Opioid OD, Anaphylaxis, Cardiac Arrest, Choking, and On-site Transportation Accidents
The May webinar addressed other leading causes of death of students K-12, colleges, and young employees. The topics include practical issues addressing Opioid Overdose, Anaphylaxis, Cardiac Arrest, Choking, On-site Transportation accidents, Bullying and Abuse of Power that can lead to workplace and school violence, active shooter events, and the value of a Rapid Response Team approach in schools and institutions. Our audience response to the May webinar covering Opioid related adverse events was terrific and led us to take a deep dive on the leading causes of death of young people – students at schools, colleges, and on the job.
We were proud to have Dr. Greg Botz, a national Intensive Care and patient safety leader, address the High Impact Care Hazards facing schools, colleges, and healthcare institutions. He will address the critical knowledge, lifeline behaviors or competencies that must be learned, and how assessment of such competencies may be undertaken. We introduced a new Medical-Tactical Certificate program that students can help lead in their school, college, or medical school.

Dr. Toff Peabody, a leading Emergency Medicine physician, updated us on the Dream Team concept successfully used in graduate training programs to combat burn out and introduce a new program being launched for Pre-med students. Students from leading Texas universities will reacted to the discussions as well as leading patient advocates.

April 28, 2016
The Opioid Patient Safety Crisis: Actions and Reactions
Opioid related adverse events have become a critical patient safety issue as evidenced by actions taken last month by the FDA (see link: http://www.fda.gov/NewsEvents/Newsroom/FactSheets/ucm484714.htm) and CDC (see link: http://www.cdc.gov/drugoverdose/prescribing/guideline.html).

We were proud to have Dr. Gladstone McDowell as our speaker; Dr. McDowell spoke extensively on the topic of pain management and the use and misuse of opioid medications. He discussed the latest patient safety developments and current strategies to optimize opioid use in the context of the "5 Rights of Pain Care®."  After his presentation, Dr. McDowell was joined by members of a reactor panel who discussed the key takeaways with our experts, and responded to questions from our webinar participants.

January 21, 2016
Health Information Technology Safety Community of Practice
TMIT was delighted to have Ross Koppel, PhD, Adjunct Professor of Sociology, University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. His presentation "From MU to MUch less? What is CMS telling us?" We were also delighted to have Christopher Peabody, MD, MPH, Assistant Clinical Professor of the Department of Emergency Medicine, University of California in San Francisco, lead the launch of our Community of Practice. He presented "Health IT: Front-line Problems and Solutions." John Nance, a world-class speaker, joined these presenters covering "HIT Accidents and Cybercrime Issues," along with Dan Ford, one of our nation's leading patient advocates, who gave his talk on "Reflections on Visioning E.H.R. Vendor Transition and Including Patient Advocates."
September 17, 2015
Bill George – Discover Your True North and John Nance – Patient Safety Cybercrimes

TMIT was delighted to welcome Bill George, former CEO of Medtronic, Harvard professor, and author of an entirely updated book, Discover Your True North Expanded and Updated Edition, found at http://www.discoveryourtruenorth.org. We highly recommend it and Bill's presentation on leadership, based on 60% new content and interviews with global leaders. They will inspire and inform your growth as a leader. Bill has spoken on one of our prior webinars and is a co-author of a paper in the patient safety literature entitled "Leading in Crisis: Lessons for Safety Leaders," which may be found here.

John Nance, also a world-class speaker, addressed the new and exploding area of patient safety cybercrimes, which is landing squarely in the domain of quality and safety officers. He addressed medical identity breach, theft, and the daunting problem of medical-record contamination that can cause enormous risk to patients and caregivers. He also addressed the harm that can be done to caregivers and healthcare professionals through computers and networks, for which regulatory and legal safeguards have yet to be developed. John is also a best-selling author of Charting the Course, which is a "how-to map" for those who want to create the ideal safe hospital. It may be found at http://www.whyhospitalsshouldfly.com/thebook.html. John is also the co-author of a paper proposing an NTSB for healthcare entitled "An NTSB for Health Care – Learning From Innovation: Debate and Innovate or Capitulate," which may be found here.

May 21, 2015
ADE Triple Threat – Moving from Awareness to Action

Dr. Alan Jacobson, from VA Loma Linda, is a pioneer and leader in the field of anticoagulation management, having implemented innovative strategies within the VA system to improve anticoagulation management and dramatically reducing risk with out-of-range INR and other complications associated with anticoagulation therapy. Dr. Gladstone McDowell and Dr. Charles Denham spoke on the topic of pain management and the use and misuse of opioid medications. Also discussed were current strategies to optimize opioid use in the context of the "5 Rights of Pain Care®." Dr. Mary Andrawis, PharmD, MPH, Senior Advisor, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid, addressed the topic of anti-diabetic agents and the use and misuse of anti-diabetic medications.She also discussed current strategies to optimize anti-diabetic agent use in the context of the "Inpatient: Scope of Problem and Challenges." Leonard Pogach, MD, MBA, FACP, provided an overview on "Prevention of Serious Hypoglycemic Events in Outpatient Settings."

April 16, 2015
Diabetic Agents – An Old Problem: New Focus (Part 3 of 3)

Dr. Mary Andrawis, PharmD, MPH, spoke extensively on the topic of anti-diabetic agents and the use and misuse of anti-diabetic medications, and discussed current strategies to optimize anti-diabetic agent use in the context of the "Inpatient: Scope of Problem and Challenges." Our second speaker was Leonard Pogach, MD, MBA, FACP, who provided an overview on the "Prevention of Serious Hypoglycemic Events in Outpatient Settings."

March 19, 2015
Opioid ADEs – An Old Problem: New Focus (Part 2 of 3)

Dr. Gladstone McDowell spoke extensively on the topic of pain management and the use and misuse of opioid medications. He will discuss current strategies to optimize opioid use in the context of the "5 Rights of Pain Care®." Following his presentation, we will heard from Jodie Trafton, PhD, who will addressed the National Action Plan for Opioid Adverse Drug Event Prevention.

February 19, 2015
Anticoagulation ADEs – An Old Problem: A New Focus (Part 1 of 3)

For the first of the series, we had Dr. Alan Jacobson from VA Loma Linda as our lead speaker. Dr. Jacobson shared his work in both the inpatient and outpatient settings, and discussed challenges associated with the new therapeutic drugs which require less monitoring, but bring new risks. Following his presentation, we heard from Nadine Shehab, PharmD, MPH, of the Division of Healthcare Quality Promotion, CDC, who addressed the anticoagulant ADE burden and the anticoagulation safety agenda identified in the ADE Action Plan.

Prior Global Summits

We have held a number of global summits and national meetings of leaders who are focused on high impact innovations. Videos of these meetings may be viewed below. The meetings were also broadcasted over the internet.
Title Date Resources
Greenlight Meeting – Washington, DC October 27, 2010 Video & Resources
Patient Safety and High Performance Leadership Summit: Issues in Governance, National Collaboratives, and HIT – Washington, DC April 27, 2012 Video & Resources
Board Engagement and the 5 Rights of Imaging™ – Austin, TX May 3, 2012 More info
 
    Patient Safety and High Performance Leadership Summit:    
Issues in Governance, National Collaboratives, and HIT

Friday, April 27, 2012
The following presenters participated in a fast-paced day of multimedia presentations, front-line success stories, and interactive panels. Click on the links for their bios to get more detail about their backgrounds and expertise.
Charles Denham, MD: TMIT; Harvard ALI
David Hunt, MD, FACS: U.S. Department of Health & Human Services
Dana Rohrabacher, MA: U.S. House of Representatives, R-CA
Dennis Wagner, MPA: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
Chesley B. (Sully) Sullenberger III: Pilot, U.S. Airways (Retired)
John Nance, JD: Best-selling Author and Pilot
James Bagian, MD, PE: University of Michigan
David W. Bates, MD, MSc: Brigham and Women's Hospital
David Classen, MD, MS: University of Utah
Paul McGann, MD: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
Samantha M. Chao, MPH: Institute of Medicine
Leah Binder, MA, MGA: The Leapfrog Group
Perry Bechtle, DO: Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, FL
William Munier, MD, MBA: U.S. Department of Health & Human Services
Arjun Srinivasan, MD: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Jean D. Moody-Williams, RN, MPP: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
Farzad Mostashari, MD, ScM: U.S. Department of Health & Human Services
Stephen Swensen, MD, MMM, FACR: Mayo Clinic College of Medicine
J. Michael Henderson, MD: Cleveland Clinic Health System
Mike Williams, MD, MBA: Hill Country Memorial Hospital
Robert Chapman, MBA: Barry-Wehmiller Companies, Inc.
Regina Holliday: Patient Rights Arts Advocate
Trisha Torrey: Patient Advocate
Lygeia Ricciardi, EdM: U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services
Mary Foley, RN, PhD: University of California
Nancy Conrad: Conrad Foundation
Sharon Rossmark, MBA: Zayos Global Ventures, LLC
David Parda, MD, FACP: Allegheny General Hospital
Ellen Canepa Brzytwa, RN, MSN, MPH: Ellen Brzytwa and Associates
Gladstone C. McDowell, II, MD: Integrated Pain Solutions; TMIT
Franck Guilloteau: Texas Medical Institute of Technology (TMIT)
Thomas Zeltner, MD: Fondation Science et Cité, Switzerland
Edward Kelley, PhD: World Health Organization, Switzerland

Click here to view the official agenda for the Global HIT Summit.


Advanced Leadership – Boardroom Action
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Global Patient Safety Education and Awareness
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NTSB for Healthcare Concept & IOM Report
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Patient Champions: Making Their Voice Mainstream
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National Safety Programs
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HIT Reporting and Analytics
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Leadership Engagement and Development
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CPOE-EHR Flight Simulator & Simulation
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5 Rights of Imaging™ and High Performance Imaging
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New Horizons: Imaging, Pain Management, Rural, and Vulnerable Populations
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