AAMI Foundation Patient Safety Seminar: A Journey to Reducing Alarm Fatigue; Tips on What Not to Do
September 18, 2017
12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. ET
Hospitals are continuing to implement strategies to improve alarm management. When you register for the online seminar, you’ll hear the successes—and things that don’t work as well—from one hospital’s efforts. Peggy Bartholomew will share her experiences at UT Southwestern Medical Center.
You'll learn to:
- Identify operational barriers to impacting alarm reduction
- Identify clinician barriers to impacting alarm reduction
- Learn recommendations to reduce non-actionable alarms
- Peggy Bartholomew, MHSM, RN, PMP, Project Manager, Quality Project Management, UT Southwestern Medical Center (TX)
Who Should Attend
All the members of the hospital alarm management team: senior leadership; nurse educators; clinical nurse specialists; biomedical engineers; clinical engineers; IT; bedside nurses; respiratory therapists; physician champions; patient safety specialists; risk managers; quality specialists, and anyone who is involved in improving alarm management!
Complimentary seminar, no registration fees required.
If you are unable to attend this seminar, the slide presentation and recording will be available on the AAMI Foundation’s National Coalition for Alarm Management Safety website.
About the National Coalition
The work of the AAMI Foundation National Coalition for Alarm Management Safety is intended to be a helpful resource for healthcare delivery organizations, so that every organization does not have to reinvent the wheel or start their alarm management work from scratch. It does not constitute legal, regulatory, operational, or procedural advice, nor does it constitute a standard of care. It is essential that each healthcare delivery organization assess the material in the context of its own organizational needs, culture, technology, and priorities. - See more at: http://www.aami.org/PatientSafety/content.aspx?ItemNumber=1494&navItemNumber=3088#sthash.MM66mQ9Y.dpuf
Thank you Industry Partners!
The AAMI Foundation expresses its gratitude to the industry partners listed below for providing financial support in order to make this patient safety seminar series, as well as all of the deliverables from the National Coalition free of charge to all participants. The seminars do not contain commercial content and any industry speakers were selected for their topic expertise by the AAMI Foundation. None of the supporting organizations of the series were involved in any way in seeking, discussing, or otherwise participating in these partnership agreements. All of the costs of the seminar series were managed by the AAMI Foundation.
Diamond: BD, Connexall, ICU Medical, Masimo, Medtronic
Platinum: GE, Philips, Sotera
Gold: Bernoulli, Cerner, Dräger, Mindray, Nihon Kohden, Spacelabs, Vocera