Register today for the Quality & Behavioral Health Conference being held virtually AND in-person, Oct. 12-13, 2023.
THA is hosting its annual hybrid Quality & Behavioral Health Conference Oct. 12-13 online and in-person at the Sheraton Austin Georgetown Hotel. This is a very unique conference that brings together clinical leaders and behavioral health professionals such as yourselves for two days of education that addresses the most pressing issues in patient safety and behavioral health. Attendees will also have the unique opportunity to learn more about key outcomes from the 88th legislative session that have direct impact on quality and behavioral health.
Additional topics covered during QBH include:
- Emergency Preparedness: Regulatory Requirements for CMS and Joint Commission Compliance
- Mental Health Workforce Shortage
- Innovative Efforts to Recruit Providers
- Trauma-Informed Care
- Pediatric Behavioral Health
- Value-Based Care Initiatives
- Health Equity in Behavioral Health
- Resilience in Leadership: Key Behaviors for Self-Care and Caring for Others
We hope to see you in October!
Quality & Patient Safety is a division of the Texas Hospital Association Foundation, working to accelerate improvement in health care through collaboration and innovation. As a component of the Foundation and the Texas Hospital Association, we are able to work closely with hospitals and systems around the state to help in their quest to advance quality and patient safety in the care they provide.
Texas hospitals have intensified their commitment to quality and patient safety by working together – leveraging their collective experiences and dedication – to move the needle on health care delivery.
The Foundation has teamed up with numerous organizations and agencies to help implement innovative practices into care delivery while also offering a forum for hospitals and systems to share best practices and solutions. Currently, the Foundation is focusing on the following projects:
Resilient Manager’s Toolkit: 6 Weeks to Better Work, Life and Relationships Webinar Series
Patient Safety Organization
Peer Review Network
Nuggets of Knowledge – Infection Prevention Series
Critical Access Hospital Quality Improvement
Maternal Health Professionals
Hospital Level of Care Designations for Neonatal and Maternal Care
Wristband Standardization Initiative
Can’t find what you’re looking for?
Contact Karen Kendrick, Vice President, Quality & Patient Safety, at email@example.com or 512-465-1091
Download our program flyer HERE