View talks from first UC Center for Health Quality and Innovation colloquium.
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UCTV will air talks from the first UC Center for Health Quality and Innovation colloquium beginning June 5. The presentations and panel discussions also are available now to view online at www.uctv.tv/chqi.
More than 200 people attended the April 27 colloquium in Oakland, featuring investigators from the innovation center’s first round of grants, which seek to improve patient safety; recipients of the UC Health Fellowship, which supports projects to improve the quality and value of care; and other leaders in health care delivery innovations.
The talks include:
Quality Improvement and Technology: CT Dosage Optimization with Rebecca Smith-Bindman (UCSF)
First air date: June 13.
What Payers and Patients Expect to See in Coming Years: Panel Moderated by Santiago Muñoz, UC Health Chief Strategy Officer
Panelists include UCSF’s Mervyn Maze (episode of care, “bundling”), UCLA’s Daniel Uslan (antimicrobial stewardship), UC Irvine’s Lisa Gibbs (patient-centered medical homes) and UCSF’s Wendy Anderson (palliative care).
First air date: June 19.
The Challenges & Benefits of Systemwide Quality Improvement – UC Academic Medical Centers Chief Medical Officers and Chief Nursing Officers
UCSF Medical Center CEO Mark Laret moderates this panel with Chief Medical Officers Allan Siefkin (UC Davis), William Barron (UC Irvine), Thomas Rosenthal (UCLA), Angela Scioscia (UC San Diego) and Joshua Adler (UCSF) and UC San Diego Chief Nursing Officer Margarita Baggett.
First air date: June 20.
Quality Improvement and Health Care Reform: Patient Experience with David Feinberg (UCLA)
First air date: June 26.
UC Health launched its innovation center in October 2010 with funding from UC’s five medical centers. The center is charged with identifying best practices, convening key stakeholders to facilitate the exchange of knowledge and funding innovative projects that demonstrate improved value in the health care delivery system. Find out more at http://health.universityofcalifornia.edu/innovation-center.