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Thank you again for joining us at the 2013 Quality and Patient Safety Innovation Summit hosted by Cleveland Clinic. We hope you found the summit valuable. We also hope you took a moment to complete the evaluation form that was distributed at the event and return it. If not, we would greatly appreciate you doing so. Your feedback is important to our future planning strategy. Please print the evaluation form, complete and return via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax it to 216.932.0444.
Empathy & Innovation Summit
May 19-21, 2013
Consider attending both the Quality and Patient Safety Innovation Summit AND our sister summit on Patient Experience.
What's Unique About this Summit?
Most national meetings on healthcare quality and safety focus their programs on the stakeholders who are directly responsible for measuring and improving quality and safety. This Summit expands that focus to address value in healthcare as viewed by patients, payers and providers. It is a forum for new ideas, the exploration of evolving opportunities and models, and forging new relationships that can be converted into transformational improvements in patient care.
This Summit provides a forum where all stakeholders can develop mutual awareness and explore opportunities for leverage, collaboration, and "cross-fertilization".
The 2013 Cleveland Clinic Quality and Patient Safety Innovation Summit builds upon the tradition of the highly acclaimed Cleveland Clinic Innovation Summit Series. Since 2004 these Summits have provided a national and international forum to explore and advance opportunities for innovation in patient care.
Who Should Attend?
Health professionals who are committed to participating in the real-world transformation of health care through new models of care delivery, value assessment and payment. Anyone interested in participating in an intellectually demanding multi-perspective discussion of engagement, service, safety, efficiency and value in health care.
- Health System and Hospital Leaders
- Caregivers – Clinicians, Nurses, Healthcare Administrators
- Public and Private Payers – Medical Directors and Government Affairs Liaisons
- Large Employers – Medical Directors and Health Managers
- Government Policy Makers & Regulators
- Non-government Organizations
- Patient Advocates
- Medical Education Experts
- Healthcare Media Experts
- Individuals who share an interest in understanding, promoting, and shaping the future of healthcare quality assessment and patient safety.