Pharmacy OneSource, software-as-a-service provider of the Sentri7 real-time clinical surveillance system, is pleased to announce a complimentary webinar presented by industry expert Barbara L. Olson, MS, RN, FISMP titled "From Intention to Outcome: Things You Can Do Tomorrow to Manage What's On Your Mind Today."
As a result of active listening, learners will be able to:
- Describe how human vigilance contributes to positive outcomes in highly reliable systems;
- List barriers, redundancies, and opportunities to detect and correct errors as they relate to the medication use process;
- Describe how behavioral expectations, articulated in the National Patient Safety Goals, add reliability to the work of interdisciplinary teams;
- List 3 ways "old data" can be used to shape new expectations.
From Intention to Outcome: Things You Can Do Tomorrow to Manage What's On Your Mind Today
DATE: Wednesday, December 29, 2010
TIME: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EST
About Pharmacy OneSource
Pharmacy OneSource (pharmacyonesource.com) is healthcare's #1 Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) provider. Our more than 100 innovative team members provide best-in-class, SaaS solutions to current and future challenges within health-systems worldwide. Our SaaS solutions contribute to swift and safe healthcare through earlier, easier and better access to data. More than 1,300 healthcare organizations worldwide utilize our HIPAA compliant web-based services: Accupedia, Amplifi, MedBoard, Quantifi, ScheduleRx, Sentri7, Simplifi 797, and UnitStock.
About the Speaker
Barbara L. Olson, MS, RN, FISMP is a seasoned nurse and patient safety expert who serves as the Director of Patient Safety in the Clinical Services Group at HCA in Nashville, TN. Ms. Olson completed a one year Safe Medication Management fellowship with the Institute for Safe Medication Practices and sits on the Board of the American Society of Medication Safety Officers. She maintains a blog, "On Your Meds: Straight Talk about Medication Safety" which reaches an interdisciplinary audience on the Medscape platform. Ms. Olson received an ISMP Cheers Award in 2010 for her work promoting medication safety in social media. She passes along high end patient safety-sensitive information on Twitter (@SafetyNurse).