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2022 MAPS Safety Conference

Safety at a Crossroads:

 Back to the Heart of Patient Safety

LIVE WEBINAR SERIES

Healthcare safety has declined in the past 2 years, and the public may learn less about mistakes. Post-COVID pandemic, there is a call-to-action for patients and providers alike to increase healthcare safety by rebuilding and strengthening their partnership.

Join us monthly for a live virtual series designed to boldly address the difficult situations and collectively recommit to doing whatever is possible to ensure safe care everywhere, for everyone! Hear experts answer tough questions and be part of the critical conversation as we journey towards co-creating a more just, safe, equitable, and innovative healthcare system.

We will offer certificates for attendance for each hour attended. 

 

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COMMIT

Thursday,
September 15, 2022

11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

COLLABORATE

Thursday,
October 13, 2022

11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

CREATE

Thursday,
November 17, 2022

11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

COMMUNICATE

Thursday,
December 15, 2022

11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

CELEBRATE

Thursday,
January 12, 2023

 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Commissioner Jan Malcolm:

  • Lessons learned from Covid

Patient Story- TBD

Patient Story- TBD

Jesse Bethke Gomez

  • Three Tenets of Patient Safety:  Better Outcomes for the United States

Small Group Breakout

Dr. Tejal Gandhi

  • Patient Engagement to Accelerate Patient Safety: Ensuring Safe, Highly Reliable Patient Visitation

Sheila Delaney Maroney

  • Patients and Families are Your Best Safety Allies

Patti Cullen

  • COVID-19 Visitation Restrictions Across the Continuum of Care

Panel Questions

Ronn Lehmann

Patient Story

  • What can we learn from hardhats?...outside perspectives on Safety

Dr. Brandi Sillerud

  • Creating safety from the Chaos

Interactive Activity

Karin Jay

  • The Intersection between Quality, Patient engagement and Person-Centered Care

Patient Story- TBD

  • Interactive Group Activity

Laurie Drill Mellum

  • Communication in the setting of harm events: What's Love Got to Do with it?

Shared Decision Making or Just Culture- Speaker to be forthcoming

Dr. Victor Montori

  • Careful and Kind Care is Safer Care

Mallory Weggeman Patient Story

  • Limitless: The Power of Hope and Resilience to Overcome Circumstance

Heidi Holste

  • MAPS 3.0 Update
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2022 MAPS Safety Conference

Safety at a Crossroads:

Back to the Heart of Patient Safety

Day 1:  COMMIT

Thursday, September 15, 2022

How do we re-commit to patient safety post-pandemic? (Especially when we’re all exhausted)

 

Commissioner Jan Malcolm, Minnesota Department of Health

Lessons From the COVID 19 Pandemic 

A brief recap of COVID data, reflect on the issues raised from a patient safety perspective, identify some lessons learned and opportunities for future improvements.

Patient Story – TBD

More information to come

Patient Story – TBD

More information to come

Jesse Bethke Gomez, CEO Metropolitan Center for Independent Living

Three Tenets of Patient Safety - Better Health Outcomes for the United States

The three tenets of Patient Safety include a culture of patient care, a commitment to patient rights, and medical responsiveness with patients over time. The three tenets can lead to better health outcomes for the United States. Institutional Healthcare that elevates patient safety by nurturing a culture of patient care, a commitment to patient rights and perpetually advances medical responsiveness with patients over time, can lead to better health outcomes for the United States of America.

Small Group Breakout

More information to come

 

 

2022 MAPS Safety Conference

Safety at a Crossroads:

Back to the Heart of Patient Safety

Day 2:  COLLABORATE

Thursday, October 13, 2022

How do we engage patients and families to improve safety? (Especially when we have restricted families in the past 2 years)

 

Dr. Tejal Gandhi, Press Ganey  

Patient Engagement to Accelerate Patient Safety: Ensuring Safe, Highly Reliable Patient Visitation

1. Describe the importance of patient engagement and partnership to advance our progress in patient safety

2. Discuss strategies for patient engagement at all levels of care, including patient visitation

3. Describe the impact of lack of visitation and strategies to ensure safe, highly reliably visitation

Sheila Delaney Maroney, Executive Director, The Patient Revolution

Patients and Families are your Best Safety Allies

More detail to come

Patti Cullen, President/CEO of Care Providers of MN  

COVID-19 Visitation Restrictions Across the Continuum of Care

 There is no question about the implications of visitation restrictions on patient safety and patient quality of life (and care) yet there continues to be a risk of repeating this unfortunate imbalance between infection prevention and quality of life. This session will review the stages of visitation restrictions due to COVID-19 outbreaks--as regulated by state and federal officials--and the discrepancies between visitation allowance between care settings, specifically acute care and long-term care setting.  Current challenges with changing visitation expectations across settings will also be reviewed.

Panel Questions

 

 

2022 MAPS Safety Conference

Safety at a Crossroads:

 Back to the Heart of Patient Safety

Day 3:  CREATE

Thursday, November 17, 2022

How do we innovate between systems and people to increase safety in healthcare? (Especially when they don’t speak the same language)

 

Ronn Lehmann

What Can We Learn From Hardhats?...Outside Perspectives on Safety

Ronn brings two perspectives to Safety: as a patient, and as a Construction Safety consultant. He shares his experiences from both, and what his construction clients have done to ensure the safety of employees, vendors, and the public. These best practices have resulted in tremendous strides in the reduction of illness, injury, and fatalities in the construction industry, and can provide useful insights for health care professionals.

Dr. Brandi Sillerud, Professor Minnesota State University Moorhead

Creating Safety from the Chaos

This session will provide learners with the opportunity to better understand and leverage chaos and change in creating a safety environment. As leaders, we tend to believe that chaos is bad, but in reality, properly managed chaos can help a culture grow and evolve. As healthcare providers we watch patients change in front of our eyes and we react in attempts to create a positive outcome but change to workplace practices can be unwanted and uncomfortable. So the question remains, how do we help staff realize that change helps an organization grow and evolve? This session will explore the utilization of chaos and change theory, along with transformational and quantum leadership theories to understand how chaos and change can actually create a safer environment for our staff and patients. It is important to note that unmanaged chaos can lead to staff burnout and worker harm/violence, which can negatively impact patient safety. COVID has accelerated burnout and individuals leaving healthcare; this certainly is placing our patients at risk. We know that if staff are not happy and safe, patients are likely not happy and safe. Understanding change to drive systems safety is an important leadership skill in our post-pandemic healthcare world. This session will provide interactive opportunities that can help enrich and develop those change management leadership skills.

Interactive Activity

More Information to come

Karin Jay , Senior VP Global Services, Planetree International

The Intersection between Quality, Patient engagement and Person-Centered Care

Despite efforts for health systems transformation towards person-centeredness, many healthcare organizations fail to analyze the intersection of quality, patient safety and person-centered care. Departmental siloes and segmented data analysis fail to provide a complete picture of how patient-centered care approaches correlate with and improve patient safety and the quality of care.  In this session, we will provide real-world examples, from around the globe about the ways in which patients and families can identify near misses and adverse events to improve patient safety in partnership with the healthcare organizations that care for them.

 

 

2022 MAPS Safety Conference

Safety at a Crossroads:

 Back to the Heart of Patient Safety

Day 4: COMMUNICATE

Thursday, December 15, 2022

How do we promote honesty and transparency in patient/provider relationships? (Especially when mistakes are punished)

 

Interactive Group Activity

More information to come

Dr. Laurie Drill-Mellum

Communication in the setting of harm events: What's Love Got to Do with it?

Description: Communicating under emotionally trying and often-timed charged circumstances in the healthcare environment is filled with both challenges and opportunities for connection.  Being prepared for these situations requires organizational readiness, preparedness, and alignment around both the philosophy and approaches to communication among all of those impacted.  To answer the questions of why, what, how, and when, this presentation will introduce some tools, resources, and examples of how patients, families, clinicians, and healthcare organizations may be better served by aligning on the goals of communication and resolution programs, rather than getting mired in the historical "deny and defend" approaches to harm events.

Shared Decision Making or Just Culture- Speaker to be forthcoming

More information to come

 

2023 MAPS Safety Conference

Safety at a Crossroads:

 Back to the Heart of Patient Safety

Day 5:  CELEBRATE

Thursday, January 12, 2023

How do we inspire people to get back to the heart of patient safety? (Especially when time is of the essence?)

 

Dr. Victor Montori- The Patient Revolution & Mayo

Careful and Kind Care is Safer Care

More information to come

Mallory Weggeman- Patient Story

Limitless: The Power of Hope and Resilience to Overcome Circumstance

More information to come

Heidi Holste - Executive Director, Minnesota Alliance for Patient Safety

MAPS mission is Safe Care. Everywhere.  MAPS works to achieve its mission of safe care everywhere by engaging our diverse stakeholder coalition of both healthcare professionals and patient partners.  Update on the future work of MAPS

 

We thank our sponsors!

 

Gold Sponsors

M Health Fairview

 

Stratus Health

 

Allina Health

 

Silver Sponsors

Care Providers of Minnesota

 

Bronze Sponsors

MN Department of Health

Leading Age MN