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Issues in Governance, National Collaboratives, and HIT

Friday, April 27, 2012

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Leaders were brought together for a summit addressing patient safety and high performance leadership in governance by trustees, national programs, and the adoption of healthcare information technologies. The program was broadcast live over the Internet. It was also broadcast as one of our monthly Webinars.

The documentary Surfing the Healthcare Tsunami: Bring Your Best Board™ was premiered that evening for national leaders and the public. Click here for details. The documentary may also be streamed via the internet. Click here to watch it now.

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Agenda Topics

A number of very important topics dealing with patient safety and Health Information Technology (HIT) were addressed. They include:

Friday, April 27, 2012 — National Press Club, Holeman Lounge

8:00 AM - 10:00 AM: Private screening of Surfing the Healthcare Tsunami: Bring Your Best Board™ for Greenlight Programs Team and organizations in the movie. Communications campaign initiatives will be addressed.

10:00 AM - 4:00 PM – Global Broadcast: A number of rapid-fire presentations of eight to ten minutes in length will be given by leaders in HIT, patient safety, and quality improvement. Panel discussions supported by social media input will be undertaken. Speakers include the following:
  • Charles Denham, MD: Will chair the summit and report on The 5 Rights of Imaging™ Program, a TMIT Greenlight Initiative, LEAD Global Healthcare Program, and moderate the NTSB for healthcare and Lessons from Aviation Panel.
  • David Hunt, MD, FACS: Office of the National Coordinator of HIT, will provide a context to HIT adoption, using imaging as an example.
  • Congressman Dana Rohrabacher, MA: Having served as Chairman of the Subcommittee on Space and Aeronautics from 1997 to January 2005 and a champion for aerospace innovation, he will speak on its application to healthcare.
  • Dennis Wagner, MPA: Co-Director of the Partnership for Patients Initiative and Associate Director for Campaign Leadership in the CMS Innovation Center, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, will provide highlights and a call to action for innovators.
  • Sully Sullenberger: Best-selling author, healthcare/aviation safety expert, and leadership educator, he will speak and be on a discussion panel addressing an NTSB for Healthcare and Lessons from Aviation Panel.
  • John Nance, JD: Best-selling author, healthcare/aviation safety expert, and leadership educator, he will be on the NTSB for Healthcare and Lessons from Aviation Panel and present the concept of a Red Cover Report.
  • James Bagian, MD, PE: Former Director of the VA Patient Safety Center, aviation and patient safety expert, and NASA safety consultant, will speak and be on the NTSB for Healthcare and Lessons from Aviation Panel.
  • David Bates, MD, MSc: Will present HIT innovation updates in sensing technologies, bar code, and the TMIT CPOE/EHR Flight Simulator results used to measure performance.
  • David Classen, MD, MS: Will present HIT innovation updates, including the TMIT CPOE/EHR Flight Simulator results used to measure performance at front-line hospitals, and the "NTSB for healthcare" concept.
  • Paul McGann, MD: Deputy Chief Medical Officer, CMS, and co-director of the Partnership for Patients will offer his contributions as a part of the National Safety Programs panel.
  • Samantha M. Chao, MPH: Senior Program Officer for the Institute of Medicine, will provide context to the recent Institute of Medicine report, "Health IT and Patient Safety: Building Safer Systems for Better Care."
  • Leah Binder, MA, MGA: CEO of The Leapfrog Group, will report on the results of the CPOE Flight Simulator.
  • Perry Bechtle, DO: Former Blue Angel Flight Surgeon and current neuro-anesthesiologist at Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville Campus will participate on the physician leadership panel.
  • William Munier, MD, MBA: Director, Center for Quality Improvement and Patient Safety at Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, will present key issues pertaining to common formats and health information technology.
  • Arjun Srinivasan, MD: Associate Director for HAI Prevention Programs in the Division of Healthcare Quality Promotion at the CDC, will present the National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN) and how the benefits may be utilized.
  • Jean D. Moody-Williams, RN, MPP: Current Group Director for the CMS Quality Improvement Group (QIG), will lend her perspective to the National Safety Programs panel.
  • Farzad Mostashari, MD, ScM: National Coordinator for Health Information Technology at HHS, will discuss national safety programs as well as the NTSB for Healthcare Concept.
  • Stephen Swensen, MD, MMM, FACR: Will address "Leadership at Mayo Clinic: New World ... New Thinking," discuss the next generation of leadership development, and speak regarding the Greenlight The 5 Rights of Imaging™ Program.
  • J. Michael Henderson, MD: Greenlight Program leaders will address the program's results in value performance engineering addressing hospital-acquired infections and leadership in addition to the view of the Partnership for Patients from the front-line.
  • Mike Williams, MD, MBA: CEO of Hill Country Memorial Hospital, will report on AmericaCAREs, a rural improvement collaborative, with specific focus on The 5 Rights of Imaging™ Program.
  • Robert Chapman, MBA: CEO of Barry-Wehmiller and leading industrialist will address cultural innovations across industries.
  • Regina Holliday: TMIT Fellow, patient champion, and social media expert will address the critical needs of HIT adoption on the Patient Voice Panel.
  • Trisha Torrey: Founder of Every Patient's Advocate and consumer health journalist for NYT About.com will serve on the Patient Voice Panel.
  • Lygeia Ricciardi, EdM: Senior Policy Advisor for Consumer e-Health at US Department of HHS, will serve on the Patient Voice Panel.
  • Mary Foley, RN, PhD: Nursing educator, former President of the American Nurses Association, and patient family champion will provide the voice of a caregiver whose family member is harmed.
  • Nancy Conrad: Patient Advocate and co-chairman of Community Emergency Hospital Initiative (CEHI) at TMIT, will serve on the Patient Voice Panel.
  • Sharon Rossmark, MBA: Trustee and Patient Safety Committee Chairman of Sinai Health System in Chicago, will participate on the Governance Leadership Panel.
  • David Parda, MD, FACP: Trustee and Chairman of Radiation Oncology at West Penn Allegheny Health System, will participate on the Governance Leadership Panel representing physician trustees.
  • Ellen Canepa Brzytwa, RN, MSN, MPH: Trustee with the Cleveland Clinic, will be on the Trustee Panel as well as the Nursing Leadership Panel.
  • Gladstone C. McDowell, II, MD: Medical Director of Integrated Pain Solutions, will be adressing new horizons in pain management on the Physician Leadership Panel.
  • Franck Guilloteau: Chief Technology Officer of TMIT, will report on SpeakerLink™, a national matching program of patient speakers and healthcare organizations. He will also sit on the Technology Adoption Panel.
  • Thomas Zeltner, MD: Global leader and former Director General of the Federal Office of Public Health in Switzerland, will address safety issues around the world.
  • Edward Kelley, PhD: World Health Organization, Coordinator and Head, Strategic Programmes, will address education issues across the globe.
  • Hospital Trustees: From front-line hospitals, will address Trustee Training and the TMIT CareBoards™ Program.
4:00 PM: The global broadcast ends.

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM: Speaker and Greenlight Meeting for after-action discussion, next steps, and proceedings documentation.
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