This April, the Society of Hospital Medicine (SHM) will offer two free live webinars on how two of its signature mentored implementation programs are changing the way hospitals manage two key issues: readmissions and glycemic control.
Project BOOST is an evidence-based approach to reduce preventable admissions, decrease average length of stay, and improve patient satisfaction. It includes one year of individualized mentoring from a physician leader with expertise in clinical quality, on-site mentoring and training from leaders in the field, access to an online tool kit with clinical resources, and more. Find out how to get involved with Project BOOST and take the first steps toward reducing readmissions with our complimentary webinar in April.
Learn more at www.hospitalmedicine.org/BOOST.
Another signature program, SHM’s Glycemic Control Mentored Implementation Program, has supported the development and implementation of glycemic control in more than 100 hospitals nationwide. Added benefits include data collection and analysis tools, monthly coaching calls with mentors, SHM-facilitated calls and live webinars, and access to an online web-based glycemic control collaborative to share best practices.
Join more than 100 hospitals working with SHM to improve glycemic control at an upcoming free live webinar. More information is available at www.hospitalmedicine.org/gc.
A comprehensive suite of mentored implementation programs offered through SHM’s Center for Hospital Innovation and Improvement is designed to provide institutions with coaching by national physician experts to map current processes, identify root causes of deficiencies, and tailor interventions to the unique needs of the institution for sustainable results.
For more information, visit www.hospitalmedicine.org and click on Quality & Innovation.