Register Today for the Indiana Patient Safety Summit on Aug. 18

The Indiana Patient Safety Center, under the direction of the Indiana Hospital Association, will host the second annual Indiana Patient Safety Summit on Aug. 18 at the JW Marriott Indianapolis.

National and local experts will address critical patient safety issues facing Indiana hospitals and discuss tactics to meet those challenges. This will serve as the Indiana launch event for the national Partnership for Patients initiative.

We are excited to present sessions regarding the following topics:
• Role of nurses in leading patient safety efforts

• New research evidence about how to measure and eliminate all-cause harm

• Techniques for electronic surveillance to prevent patient injury

• Strategies to prevent postoperative respiratory depression

With its 10 regional patient safety coalitions covering every hospital in the state, Indiana is uniquely positioned to make significant strides in patient safety.

At a minimal cost of only $45, IHA encourages all hospitals to send teams, including front-line staff, physicians, and quality and patient safety leaders. Register online today!

For questions about the Indiana Patient Safety Center, contact Betsy Lee, IPSC director, at 317-423-7795 or

Target Audience: CEO, CMO, CNO, patient safety officers, risk managers, quality leaders, physician leaders, nursing managers, doctors, nurses, trustees, department directors, hospital attorneys, business and industry leaders, consumers, health professions faculty, and others who are responsible for leading change for improvement in their organizations.


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