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Joint Commission International to Present at Health Care Events in Vietnam

Added on 9 September 2016 in General News, Press Releases

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Joint Commission International to Present at Health Care Events in Vietnam

Events Focus on Improving Patient Safety and Quality of Care

(OAK BROOK, Illinois, USA – X September, 2016) — Joint Commission International (JCI) today announced its participation in two upcoming health care events in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, in September 2016. The events will provide health care leaders and clinicians with information to be in compliance with JCI’s international standards and requirements, as well as to improve patient safety and quality of care.  

Hospital Management Asia (HMA) 2016, Sheraton Hotel, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, 7 September, 2016, 9:20-9:45 a.m. ICT

Speaker: Paula Wilson, president and CEO, Joint Commission Resources and JCI

Ms. Wilson will present, “Plenary I: Getting from better to best in patient experience,” on the real role of health care managers and physicians in quality improvement efforts.

Designing for Safety and Quality Patient Care, Sheraton Hotel, Ho Chi Minh City, 9 September, 2016, 2-5:30 p.m. ICT

Speaker: Kathy Reno, PhD, MBA, RN, EDAC, specialist for safe health design, JCI

JCI is collaborating with HKS Architects on a program for health care professionals involved in the facility design and construction process. This program will help participants articulate, translate and transfer JCI standards, evidence-based design principles and best practices into design decisions.

“As an international partner in health care quality improvement, we are excited to participate at these two important events in Vietnam,” said Joyce Chang, director, Asia-Pacific Office, JCI. “During these events, Ms. Wilson and Dr. Reno will emphasize the importance and benefits of international accreditation, as seen in the more than 259 health care organizations accredited by JCI in the Asia-Pacific region.”

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