The 2016 Quality and Safety in Children’s Health Conference was a great success and there are many individuals to thank for contributing to that success.
- Thank you to all of the conference attendees for traveling to New Orleans and taking the time to network with colleagues, share ideas and innovations and to advance children's health care.
- Thank you to all of the conference speakers and poster presenters for sharing their knowledge and expertise.
- Thank you to the Conference Member Advisory Committees for dedicating their time and knowledge to building the conference program.
- Thank you to Children’s Hospital New Orleans and Ochsner Hospital for Children hosting tours of their hospitals.
The 2016 Quality and Safety in Children's Health Conference brings pediatric quality and safety professionals across the country to one place, one time a year, for the kind of lively conversations and collaborative learning that can spark change in children’s hospitals. Education sessions and posters presented by peer hospitals and industry experts offer you successful practices to improve patient and family engagement, manage the health care of children and foster patient safety.
Monday, March 7 - 5:00 p.m. - 6:15 p.m.
International expert on large scale improvement
Co-founder, Billions Institute
Tuesday, March 8 - 2:45 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
World-renowned game designer
Author, SuperBetter and Reality is Broken
- Improving Patient and Family Engagement
- Managing the Health Care of Children
- Fostering Patient Safety
New for 2016
Pediatric quality and patient safety-focused professionals:
- Quality and Safety leaders, administrators and clinicians
- CMOs and medical and physician leaders
- CNOs and nursing leaders
- Patient care professionals and leaders
- Operational leaders
- Clinical group leaders
Several affinity groups and programs will host meetings in conjunction with the conference. Association staff will share additional information about those meetings directly with participants.
CHA is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.