Getting the Patient Involved in the Board Conversation
Noon – 1 p.m. Central
Patient and Family Engagement is much more than patient satisfaction and HCAHPS scores. Studies have shown PFE strategies to have had a significant impact, not only on patient satisfaction, but also on quality outcomes, the cost of care, and readmission rates. A vital role of hospital leadership is to define and communicate the organization’s vision and strategic plan. During this webinar we will discuss how PFE can and should be a part of your hospital’s strategy for success. We will also identify potential first steps, or next steps, to move your organization forward in this important initiative.
Participants will be able to:
- Define Patient/Family Engagement (PFE) and how PFE differs from and impacts Patient Satisfaction;
- Discuss the positive impact PFE efforts have shown to have in hospitals;
- Describe the role of hospital leadership in PFE;
- Discuss five Patient Family Engagement metrics as identified by CMS;
- Identify first/next steps to help their organization move forward with PFE.
Who Should Attend?
This program is for all hospital board members and C-suite executives.
Karen Kendrick, RN, Director, Clinical Initiatives, Texas Hospital Association Foundation
Karen Kendrick has over 25 years of progressive nursing leadership and management experience in a variety of hospital settings. For the past 10 years her work has primarily focused on hospital quality and safety initiatives, including Culture of Safety programs, patient and family engagement, regulatory compliance, quality assurance/improvement activities, and risk management oversight. Karen received her master’s degree in Nursing Leadership and Management from Western Governor’s University and currently serves as the Director of Clinical Initiative for the Texas Hospital Association Foundation.