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HUBweek OpenDoors | Pathways to Safer Healthcare

  • October 9, 2018
  • | 9:30 AM – 11:30 AM |
  • Van Ness Fenway

This event has passed, but as material becomes available, we will share it here. Join us as we share examples of successful efforts to reduce medical error and improve patient care in our hospitals and medical practices; creating clear pathways to safer health care. Questions? Contact: Missy Padoll

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ADDRESS

1325 Boylston Street

7th Floor

Boston, MA 02215

DIRECTIONS
Risk Management Foundation of the Harvard Medical Institutions Incorporated (CRICO)  >Map to our Office
FEATURED SPEAKERS:
Sigall Bell, MD

Director of Patient Safety and Discovery

OpenNotes Patient Safety Initiative

Associate Professor of Medicine
Harvard Medical School

Terrie Eleanor Inder, MBCHB

Neonatal Encephalopathy Cooling 

Chair

Dept. of Pediatric Newborn Medicine

Brigham and Women's Hospital

 

David Y. Ting, MD, FACP, FAAP

Closing the Loop: A Guide to Safer Ambulatory Referrals in the EHR Era

Associate Medical Director

Information Systems

MassGeneral Hospital for Children

 

Susan Haas, MD, MSc

co-Principal Investigator

Reducing Health System Expansion

Risks to Patient Safety

Ariadne Labs

 

Christopher P. Landrigan, MD, MPH

Founder and Board Member

I-PASS Institute

Principal Investigator

I-PASS Study Group

Mark E. Reynolds

President and CEO

CRICO

 

PROGRAM DETAILS:

Missed lab results, miscommunication between clinicians, and limited access to medical records. You’ve heard the negative stories, but how about the efforts to reduce medical error and improve patient care?

At CRICO, we support innovative efforts to improve the quality and safety of patient care now and into the future! Learn about the results and positive impact of data-driven scientific research including:

  • Neonatal Encephalopathy Cooling
  • Open Notes
  • Closed-Loop Referrals
  • I-PASS
  • System Expansion Toolkit

We’re pleased to collaborate with HUBweek by hosting this Open Doors program. We look forward to having a lively discussion with some of Boston’s leading physician innovators. Join us to learn how they are making medical care safer for us all.

 

HUBWEEK REGISTRATION PROCESS

  1. Click “Register  Now” below FREE “General Admission” Pass.

  2. Complete the registration form.

  3. Add us to your agenda: “Pathways to Safer Health Care”
    Tuesday, October 9th, 9:30–11:30AM

 

PARKING

Public Parking is available in the Van Ness Garage.

Access the garage from Richard B. Ross Way, which runs between Boylston Street and Van Ness Street.

Use the YELLOW office elevators on any level at the eastern end of the garage to access the lobby.

 

ABOUT HUBWEEK

Get immersed in the future at HUBweek, Greater Boston’s festival for the future founded by The Boston Globe, Harvard, Mass. General Hospital and MIT, this fall. Featuring hundreds of talks, live demos, robots, behind-the-scenes tours, live art experiences and more, this crash course in the future will bring you together with the most creative and inventive minds making an impact. Kicking off with events taking place all over the city October 8 & 9, HUBweek will then convene on Boston’s City Hall Plaza from Oct. 10-14 as it transforms into a “fairground from the future.” (The Boston Globe)