Webinar- Leveraging Technology to Improve Patient Safety and Mitigate Risk

June 18, 2020
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
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When leadership empowers their staff with technology and makes sure that they understand their integral part to the success of the organization, staff can more easily embrace recent technology allowing for a smooth cultural shift in process and workflow. When deploying innovative solutions, we have experienced great improvements in rounding compliance, staff accountability, efficiencies in workflow, and improved communication among staff. Our approach to patient safety improvement involves modern technologies to ensure observation compliance. These innovative technologies can be instrumental in driving transparency, and in turn, best clinical practice. However, technology alone does not drive positive change; people do. Leveraging technology, people, and process greatly improves patient care and safety.

Presented by:

Christopher Dunn

Christopher Dunn is a Senior Vice President with Invisalert Solutions, Inc., a healthcare technology company dedicated to improving patient safety and care. Chris has spent the last several years improving the way healthcare is provided through various technologies and has considerable experience in behavioral, as well as cardiovascular and orthopedic markets. Chris also has a financial background as he spent 10 years with the Vanguard Group in wide-ranging managerial roles within their Institutional Investor Division.

Melissa Larkin-Skinner, MBA, MA, LMHC

Melissa is the Chief Executive Officer at Centerstone of Florida, a $40 million non-profit behavioral health organization serving Southwest Florida for the past 65 years. Melissa has a Master’s in Business Administration and a Master’s in Counseling. She is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with 26 years of experience providing services in all aspects of behavioral health. Melissa previously served as Chief Clinical Officer and Vice President of Inpatient and Residential Services. She has operated diverse programs serving children and adults of all ages and levels of care, including inpatient hospital, residential, prevention, outpatient, crisis intervention, community based, and child welfare. Melissa designed and operated the first CAT team and was appointed by the Senate President to the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Commission and by the House Speaker to the Florida Alliance to End Human Trafficking.

 

 

This program has been approved for one contact hour of General CE by the Florida Board of Nursing:  CE Broker Tracking #: 20-698955.

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$50.00 Non Member Registration