CS&E Educational Program News & Information
Around 20 teams with more than 100 participants began Session 20 of the Clinical Safety and Effectiveness Course on Jan. 10.
The course has trained 932 clinicians in quality methods that can be used to improve the safety and efficiency of care delivered at MD Anderson. The course curriculum calls for eight class days over a six-month period with requirement to conduct a project to graduate.
The TMA Council on Health Care Quality and TMF Health Quality Institute announce the second annual TexMed Quality Poster Session.
All TMA member physicians and their practices are encouraged to apply. This is a great opportunity to share patient-care quality improvement successes and best practices for quality patient care.
- Winners will receive special recognition at TexMed 2014.
- Texas Medicine magazine will list all selected submissions.
- Selected submitters who exhibit will receive a $100 travel voucher.
Attendees may earn 1 AMA PRA Category I Credit TM with ethics.
November’s University of Texas Systems Engineering in Healthcare Conference Achieving Transformational Change in Healthcare drew more than 212 attendees to MD Anderson Cancer Center.
The meeting held Nov. 7-8 was the second UT conference on systems engineering in health care. The date of the next meeting will be announced in the Spring.
|Dr. Stephen Swensen of the Mayo Clinic speaks at UT System Systems Engineering Conference.|