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Hardwiring Best Practices in Hospitals - UWF

Dr. Julie Smith – Hardwiring Best Practices in Hospitals Using a New Behavior-Based Management System - UWF

Presenter: Dr. Julie Smith: Filmed at the 2014 Behavioral Safety Now Conference, Buffalo, NY

CEU: 1.0 units Type II BACB® CE Credit

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Course Description:Over $1 trillion can be captured in the next decade by reducing variations in the cost and quality of care. To capture this prize, best practices will need to be developed and scaled aggressively. West Virginia University Hospital, in partnership with Dr. Julie Smith, is developing a behavior-based management system that accelerates adoption of checklists in the fast-paced hospital environment in order to "hardwire" best practices. This data-based management system, powered by a user-friendly, foolproof app, transforms checklist usage from "mechanical" to "meaningful." The unique elements of the management system will be presented including the app, the new metric for calculating "Behavior Momentum" across a large system, and the evidence-based research that makes the system meaningful to even the most skeptical physicians.

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