|Event Date/Time: Oct 20, 2010||End Date/Time: Oct 21, 2010|
Are you concerned about cutting the patient waiting times in your hospital?
Do you know how to get the best out of limited resources and cope with an increasing admission rate through the ED?
With the new 4 hour rule coming in to place on the 1st January 2011 it is imperative that stakeholders involved in the patient flow process constantly progress and learn new methods to improve the flow. Lack of space and experienced staff in hospitals can make everyoneâ€™s job even more difficult. Learning how to manage your resources more efficiently will help you and your organisation improve patient flow processes. Furthermore, looking for ways to solve the influx of patients to ED and utilising preventative methods will further assist all involved.
Waiting times in hospitalâ€™s is a highly publicised issue at present and learning first hand from your peers will play a crucial role in adapting to new processes that can be put in place to hit the new 4 hour target.
How confident are you that you are going to be able to achieve the new KPIâ€™s?
How are you going to engage the correct people and initiate change?
Do you know how you can prevent
admission to the ED?
By attending this event you will:
1. Gain insights into the latest patient flow methodology
2. Benefit from hearing case studies on overcoming difficulties of resource management
3. Learn and develop clear governance and communication strategies
4. Gain a better understanding of the clinical services available to prevent ED admissions
5. Learn how to reduce LoS for surgical patients
â€¦and much more.
Reserve your place now to be amongst the leading healthcare professionals who will be taking a positive step towards improving patient wait times and quality of care.
Call IQPC now on 02 9229 1000, email email@example.com or visit www.optimisingpatientflow.com.au for more information.
Book before 11 August 2010 and receive your early bird discount. I look forward to meeting you in October at this industry-leading event.