CONFERENCE> Performance Measurements in Ambulatory Care

dsohn at PLANET.NET dsohn at PLANET.NET
Mon Jun 3 14:50:06 EST 1996

Announcing an upcoming conference:

Techniques to Monitor, Measure, and Track Performance
June 26-28, 1996 * Washington Vista Hotel * Washington, D.C.

Attend this conference and discover the methods and tools 
used by leading organizations for developing indicators,
measuring outcomes, and improving quality in ambulatory
care settings. Topics covered include: data management tactics
to meet NCQA and Joint Commission requirements, measuring 
patient satisfaction, applying measurements to improvement
planning, methods for reducing waits and delays, applying
measurements to rural and high-risk populations, how to 
measure performance across a continuum of care, using 
measurements to develop effective clinical practice guidelines, 
and the list goes on and on. 
>>>>>>>>>>>Space is very limited, so sign up today!<<<<<<<<<
The conference includes presentations and workshops by: 

Pam Matthews, RN, Piedmont Medical Care Foundation
Beverly Clemens, Columbia/HCA Healthcare Corp.
John Wasson, M.D., Dartmouth Primary Care Cooperative
Manuel T. Lowenhaupt, M.D., William M. Mercer
Joel Jaglin, University of Chicago Hospitals
Jennifer Hill Brockman, Virginia Health Quality Center
Laura Conklin, RN, Henry Ford Cottage Hospital
Georgene Sorenson, Fairview Physician Associates
Melissa Barrett, Fairview Physician Associates
Carol N. Lau, Montefiore Medical Center
Amy Goldman, Ernst & Young
Renee Miles, Ernst & Young
Elita Rosillo Christiansen, Inova Health System
Elisabeth Z. Klein, RNC, Invoa Health System
Sharon M. Snyder, RN, OSF Saint Francis Medical Center
Marilyn E. Rudolph, Sewicky Valley Hospital
Scott E. Wells, RN, North Iowa Mercy Medical Center
John E. Yox, North Iowa Mercy Medical Center
Hilary Ann Wood, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
Linda Farber, RN, Quality Healthcare Resources
A conference brochure can be obtained by sending your 
request to: info at (please include your fax number)

Or by by calling 1-800-882-8684 and speaking
with Tony Yauch at extension 5165.

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