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Sunday 6:32 CST, April 22, 2018



Ultimately, what we would like to see the Hand-Off Communications project accomplish is improved patient safety, improved patient satisfaction, and improved satisfaction of the people giving and accepting hand offs.Read More

Ann Weinacker, M.D. - Stanford University Medical Center

The Joint Commission Center for Transforming Healthcare is the link from what to improve to how to improve by identifying challenging issues in care delivery, facilitating rigorous collaborative projects to design, test and provide interventions to health care organizations across the country. Read More

Anne-Claire France, Ph.D., CPHQ - Memorial Hermann Healthcare System

We will know if we have been successful with the hand hygiene initiative when we see the culture begin to change in our organizations. I hope that we will see people reminding each other to wash their hands, and those reminders will not be interpreted as punitive, but instead as teamwork.Read More

Beth Lanham, B.S.N, R.N - Froedtert Hospital

Transforming health care means taking what we have done, looking at it in a new way, taking it in a new direction, and rather than making incremental improvement, making revolutionary improvement.Read More

Brian Regan, Ph.D. - New York Presbyterian Healthcare System

The American College of Surgeons recognizes and prizes collaboration with quality improvement groups like the Joint Commission Center for Transforming Healthcare. Working with the Center has been a priority for us in identifying how we can improve the care provided to surgical patients.Read More

Cliff Ko, M.D., FACS - American College of Surgeons

Results: 24 Testimonial(s) Found.