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Leading a Culture of Safety: A Blueprint for Success

This program has been developed and is presented locally by ACHE-NJ. ACHE has awarded 1.5 Face-to-Face Credits to this event!

Medical errors are the third leading cause of death in the United States at 220,000 to 440,000 people dying each year from preventable errors according to the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention. Clinicians and hospital staff face a devastating impact as a result of being involved with a medical error especially in organizations without a support system in place. It is important to build a culture in which all leaders and workforce understand principles of patient safety and supports the reporting of errors, lapses, miss-steps and adverse events. It allows the organization to learn and find ways to incorporate analysis to improve and embrace prevention of errors and adverse events. Establishing organizational behavior expectations allows the organization to understand current behaviors of the organization and promote transparency, effective teamwork, active communication, respect, and timely feedback, and provide rewards in sustaining a culture of safety.

To help healthcare leaders achieve total system safety across the continuum, ACHE, and the Institute for Healthcare Improvement/National Patient Safety Foundation Lucian Leape Institute have developed a guide “Leading a Culture of Safety: A Blueprint for Success”. This Blueprint is designed to help leaders shape, create and sustain the type of organizational culture needed to ensure patient and workforce safety and inspire healthcare leaders on the journey to zero harm.

Moderator: Cathleen Bennett, Esq. President and Chief Executive Officer New Jersey Hospital Association Speakers: Donna Lawson, RN, MSHA, MBA, CQHQ Vice President, Quality & Patient Safety Atlantic Health System Jason Kreitner, MHA , FACHE President and Chief Hospital Executive Hackensack-Meridian Health Emily Halu, RN, MSN Vice President of High Reliability RWJBarnabas Health

***Following the Eventbrite payment confirmation, another registration link will be sent to your email. This email will include instructions on how to register on the Learning Management System on ACHE website. This is to ensure you are registered for the course and can earn credit. Once the ACHE LMS registration is complete, a link will be provided for your webinar access. This is a non-refundable event, so please be sure to complete ALL steps of registration. ***

**Registration Deadline for both Eventbrite and ACHE LMS is July 25th by 12 PM**

How to receive your Virtual F2F Credits: This is our second webinar where face to face credit will be earned after the completion of the webinar. ACHE has adjusted their process for members to gain credit through webinars in response to the pandemic.

Please read the below information carefully. There is a series of events that need to take place in order for credit to be recorded on your ACHE Account.

  1. Register for the program through the Eventbrite link (above)

  2. Once payment is received, you will receive a confirmation from Eventbrite

  3. ACHE-NJ will send you another email with a link to complete the registration process by signing in through your ache account.

  4. You must register for the same course on the ACHE Learning Management System (LMS) to receive credit.

  5. These instructions will be sent to you once the Eventbrite step is complete.

  6. Once Registration is complete through the LMS system, a program link will be sent to you with further instructions on how to join the webinar.

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