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Synensis Chief Executive Officer and President Stephen Powell will present, 5 Evidence-Based Leadership Practices That Can Reduce Harm In Your Hospital, Thursday, July 24. The event is free and open to the public.
ATLANTA (PRWEB) July 15, 2014
Synensis, a leading provider of patient safety tools and training, today announced that Stephen Powell, the company's chief execution officer and president, will deliver a webinar, 5 Evidence-Based Leadership Practices That Can Reduce Harm In Your Hospital, Thursday, July 24.
Registration for the webinar, which is scheduled for 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. EDT, is complimentary and available at the company's webinar registration site.
The webinar is timely, as pressure is mounting for hospital executives. Unless hospitals can reduce preventable patient harm, they run the risk of not only seeing reimbursement penalties, but also, with the increased transparency in public reporting, an attack on their brands.
With so much quality data to analyze, its easy for hospital leaders to get lost in the weeds. But it doesnt have to be that way, as there are five evidence-based leadership practices that hospitals can implement immediately that can have a sustainable positive impact on reducing preventable harm, saving lives, and saving money.
Improving patient safety is a strategic imperative for hospitals, Powell said, yet many organizations are unable to sustain measurable improvements simply because they are overlooking critical leadership practices that are easy to implement.
During the webinar, Powell will provide:
Synensis was formed to create healthier organizations, improve the quality of healthcare around the world, and help save thousands of lives each year. The company provides the tools, knowledge, coaching and training to make every member of the healthcare team more effective. Synensis works with clients to help them transform healthcare systems to become safer places for patients and more satisfying workplaces for those who care for them.
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