Mary Madison, RN, RAC-CT, CDP
Clinical Consultant – Briggs Healthcare
You are invited to attend a safety science orientation session by Collaborative Safety, LLC, to learn about opportunities for providers, stakeholders, policy makers and the public to identify the influences that cause violations in healthcare settings and discover ways to holistically address issues throughout the system.
Who: stakeholders, providers, policy makers and leadership. As a leader in public health, you have an integral role in developing solutions to systemic health and safety issues across Minnesota. Join us to learn more about safety science at the orientation session.
- For stakeholders: please use N/A in field specific to providers or 00000 for the provider number.
What: The orientation will give providers and stakeholders an opportunity to learn more about a new method HRD will use to evaluate past incidents, with the benefit of hindsight.
When: 9 a.m. to Noon on July 11 via Zoom
Session overview: This orientation session will provide a foundational understanding of safety science that will foster a collaborative effort with stakeholders, providers, policy makers and leadership. The orientation will give providers and stakeholders an opportunity to learn more about a new method HRD will use to evaluate past incidents, with the benefit of hindsight. We want to learn what influences the decision-making process and recommend solutions for improved outcomes. Safety science offers providers and regulators the opportunity to review critical incidents at a deeper level to discover issues, gaps or opportunities to improve the system and improve outcomes. It offers the opportunity to
- Understand why a decision was made given the circumstances, the influences and systemic structures at the time of the incident.
- Move beyond focusing on people and outcomes and learning why people with good intent were faced with unintended consequences.
- Reduce unconscious bias in the review process.
The Collaborative Safety initiative creates a system to develop and maintain looking critically at our systematic processes and ourselves.
“We’re excited about the opportunity to collaborate with providers and discover how we can make changes in our system, changes in the way we communicate with each other, changes in how we improve our systems, and create better outcomes in our health care systems”
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Register now to learn about Collaborative Safety and future opportunities to collaborate with MDH on developing strategies to address systemic issues in licensed home care and assisted living facilities. Providers [L(1] with interest in learning more about Collaborative Safety or opportunities to participate in critical incident reviews can register to receive news and updates about trainings and opportunities.