Chasing Zero: Winning the War on Healthcare Harm
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Chasing Zero documentary included for free!
Total Run Time: 53 minutes
Format: DVD VIDEO
Free Hospital Leaders Toolbox on DVD, including documentary, Chasing Zero: Winning the War on Healthcare Harm.
TMIT is committed to sending four free DVD copies of the Hospital Leaders Toolbox to the leaders of every hospital in America.
This set of resources has been created by TMIT for hospital leaders, including the governance board, executive officers, management team, safety leaders, nurses, physicians, and patients who want to know how to make the hospital environment safer.
Included in this Toolbox is the 53-minute version of Chasing Zero: Winning the War on Healthcare Harm documentary, as well as a set of QuickStart videos that address topics of potential harm in the healthcare setting and what others have done to make their environment safer. Also included are articles and reports provided as safety solutions for healthcare leaders.
Continuing education credit is available for watching the documentary until July 7, 2012. Click here for more information on how to obtain CE credit.
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Texas Medical Institute of Technology (TMIT) is a medical research organization, founded in 1984, dedicated to accelerating performance solutions that save lives, save money, and build value in the communities we serve and ventures we undertake. Our core values drive our behaviors and in turn drive our culture. TMIT applies the Institute of Medicine's (IOM) design principles of patient-centeredness, evidence-based medicine, and systems performance improvement.
Among other initiatives, TMIT is driving production of multimedia development of stories to improve patient safety in hospitals. Certain broadcast programs are being shown globally, and are available to hospital leadership and front-line performance teams. The stories include consumers, front-line caregivers, clinical and non-clinical leaders of hospitals, and international subject matter experts. The series of "arc to action" stories are being told to inspire both community and hospital leaders to act locally.
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