Talent, training, teamwork & tech: Leaders share best practices for reducing hospital-acquired conditions 

Reducing hospital-acquired conditions is top of mind for clinical leaders working to realign their teams' expectations around quality and safety. 

To get a handle on what their priorities actually are and best practices for leading quality improvement projects, Becker's and Smith+Nephew recently convened a panel of chief medical and nursing officers. This brief summarizes how hospitals and health systems are shifting focus back to hospital-acquired conditions, and action items to reduce them. 

Learning points: 
  • How leaders are refocusing attention on quality and patient safety 
  • 3 HACs leaders are most focused on, & the changes they're making to reduce them
  • Technology's role in supporting clinicians in preventing HACs

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