MHA TeamSTEPPS Collaborative

The Mississippi Hospital Association, in partnership with LifeWings, will conduct a statewide TeamSTEPPS Collaborative. Increasing complexity and reimbursement changes in healthcare creates a critical need for more reliable and efficient systems to provide the safest, most cost-effective care for our patients. By participating in this Collaborative you will learn how to create a culture of accountability and safety that will improve core measures, eliminate patient harm, reduce hospital acquired conditions, lower nursing and staff turnover, and eliminate reimbursement penalties. The comprehensive curriculum will provide the skills and coaching you need to implement a proven system of change to make every safety and quality initiative in your organization successful.

LifeWings has combined the best practices of safety systems used by high reliability organizations such as commercial airlines and nuclear power plants with the AHRQ TeamSTEPPS program. The Collaborative will show you how to implement this proven system in your hospital. The Collaborative curriculum includes 9 webinars and 3 convenient live-multi-day workshops over 6 months. LifeWings’ experienced coaches will lead you through a step-by-step implementation blueprint to ensure your success. There are over 60 hours of instruction and coaching. Collaborative participants then received 6 more months of consultive coaching to help you through the rough spots of implementation.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Interdisciplinary teams and leadership from MHA member hospitals.

Assemble your change team 
Recruit physician champions
Revise your P&P manual
Create your measurement plan
Lead the cult
ure change process
Teach the TeamSTEPPS course
Create checklists, scripts and handoffs
Implement safety tools
Coach low performers
Conduct leader safety rounds
Conduct refresher training
Revise performance assessments
Sustain your improvements

Korky von Kessel, Vice-President of LifeWings

Korky von KesselLifeWings, a team of physicians, nurses, former NASA astronauts, former military flight surgeons, pilots, flight crew, former military officers, and healthcare risk managers, is a respected innovator in aviation-based healthcare performance improvement and was the first patient safety consultant to use the principles of the TeamSTEPPS program. The first generation of TeamSTEPPS, called the Crew Resource Management (CRM) program, has been proven to significantly and measurable reduce errors, increase patients and employee satisfaction, and cut healthcare cost.    

8/16/2017 - 8/17/2017
116 Woodgreen Crossing
Madison, MS 39110 United States


Wednesday, 16 August 2017

8/16/2017 9:00 AM - 8/17/2017 4:00 PM
8/16/2017 9:00 AM

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