As one of the nation’s elite hospitals, we at Brigham and Women’s Hospital embrace our role as leaders in many areas of health care – including quality and safety initiatives.
In 2014 and 2015 Brigham and Women’s Hospital hosted conferences focusing on Patient Safety, Quality Improvement and Performance Improvement. Clinicians and health care administrators attended from throughout the country and internationally. Attendees learned about quality, safety and process improvement trends and how to effectively translate these concepts into daily practice.
This program highlighted Brigham and Women’s efforts to increase the value of care by reducing preventable patient harm, improving patient outcomes and removing waste from the delivery system. Throughout the course, faculty highlighted specific projects and processes to help demonstrate successful approaches that are measureable and sustainable.
The next conference, “Patient Safety and Healthcare Quality Improvement 2016,” will be held in the Fall of 2016 in Boston. This program provides state-of-the-art strategies coupled with practical recommendations to effectively translate current quality and safety concepts, standards, and mandates into daily practice. To register, please visit the conference website.
Our Successful Improvement Efforts
Directing Quality and Safety initiatives at Brigham and Women’s Hospital are experienced and accomplished physicians, nurses and pharmacists who have devoted their careers to health care quality and safety and are viewed as thought leaders on this topic. Meet our quality and safety leaders.
Providing safe, high-quality, patient-centered care has always been our focus. We invite you to learn more about what we do as leaders to support this effort both within and outside our hospital walls.
This page was last modified on 12/3/2015