Foley Partner Kyle Faget, Co-Chair of the Firm’s Health Care Practice Group, will be speaking on the panel “Getting Rid of the Stupid Stuff – Fostering a Culture of Continuous Improvement” at the upcoming HealthIMPACT program on June 7.
In order to keep pace with increasing demands on health care technology teams, health care organizations must foster a culture of continuous improvement that prioritizes efficiency, effectiveness, and innovation. This means getting rid of the “stupid stuff” that slows down progress and undermines the quality of care. In this session, attendees will explore the importance of continuous improvement in health care technology and provide practical guidance on how to foster a culture of continuous improvement within your organization. Attendees will hear from technology leaders and experts who will share their experiences and insights on how to identify and eliminate the “stupid stuff” in health care technology.
- Key components of a successful culture of continuous improvement, including leadership, communication, and measurement
- Explore the latest tools and technologies that can support continuous improvement in health care technology
- Examine the importance of human factors in technology development and implementation, and strategies for involving end-users and stakeholders in the continuous improvement process
- Ethical and practical implications of continuous improvement in health care technology, including issues related to patient safety and data privacy
To learn more and register for the event, visit the HealthIMPACT Form website. Use code FOLEY30 for a 30% discount off your registration.