The UK Quality in Health Show
26 November 2019 | Marshall Arena, Milton Keynes
Quality Improvement in healthcare is a science that uses sophisticated tools and techniques to systematically introduce and embed changes to healthcare delivery.
A lot of the time, these changes are focused on improving a specific local service, such as reducing the average turnaround time in a hospital’s Emergency Department.
Although all improvement involves change, not all changes are improvement. An important aspect of quality improvement is the use of accurate and powerful measurement tools to make sure patient outcomes are improving as a result of the change.
Quality improvement methodology, when applied to a healthcare setting, is a powerful force for good.
Healthcare workers who have trained with us have seen theory and methodology translate into tangible, measurable outcomes such as quicker access to care, fewer adverse events, cost savings, reduced length of stay and more prudent use of resources.
This conferences will focus on quality improvement and healthcare management tools to assist with national policy relating to the drive for quality and productivity. Hear from hands on healthcare professionals with examples of best practice. Delegates can take away practical tips for making improvements in their own organisation and advice for managing service changes and redesign.
Themes include how to demonstrate, measure and monitor quality improvement through patient experience, against clinical quality indicators and using clinical dashboards.
Dr. Keith Tsui
Ceo and Founder – Medwyse l.t.d.
Head of Techincal Services – BICS
Liz Ashall Payne
Founding Ceo – ORCHA
Global Industry Director – IFS
Chief Digital Officer – Patient Safety Learning