Committed to providing design solutions
that reduce injury and error?
Now more than ever healthcare organizations are searching for tools and strategies that will reduce error, help mitigate risk, and optimize reimbursements.
Does design have a role to play? Of course. But it can’t be considered in a silo.
What is required? A systems approach that considers design in the context of the organization, operations, and people.
Join us for this day-and-a-half interactive, collaborative, problem-solving workshop where design, facility and care professionals will offer lessons learned and new thinking in both design and organizational strategies that support improved patient and staff safety.
What You’ll Learn
You’ll hear from healthcare design and safety thought leaders who will share real world experiences and future-looking insights into:
- How organizations can integrate “designing for safety”
to minimize risk
- Benefits and strategies for employing a systems approach
- Issues and impacts in six critical safety areas: infections, falls, medication errors, security, injuries of behavioral health, and patient handling
- Overview of the Safety Risk Assessment (SRA) Toolkit that helps teams proactively consider safety during design and meet requirements of the FGI Guidelines