Mohawk Valley Health System’s (MVHS) 2014 Campaign For Quality (CFQ) promises to give everyone in attendance a new perspective on today’s ever changing healthcare system.
Note: Joanna Dolgoff, MD, a speaker scheduled for the 1:30pm session is no longer able to attend due to an unexpected emergency. We apologize for the inconvenience.
This popular educational event, celebrating its 13th anniversary, features international, national and local experts presenting on current trends in healthcare, patient experiences, population health topics and patient safety initiatives. CFQ will be held at Hamilton College in Clinton, New York, on Friday, October 17, 2014, and is free to attend. A special evening presentation and dinner ($15 charge per person) will be held on Thursday, October 16, at the Radisson Hotel in Utica, New York.
“Our community’s health is a shared responsibility – shared by our patients and residents, their families and our providers and healthcare staff,” said Scott H. Perra, FACHE, president/CEO of MVHS. “Joining forces for the fourth year with Iroquois Healthcare’s Annual Quality and Patient Safety Forum, the 2014 CFQ offers something for everyone.”
The conference offers 11 presentations in total, including topics on: readmissions, behavioral health, reducing diagnostic errors, communication in healthcare, stroke prevention in women, palliative care, childhood obesity and more!
“Any provider, any healthcare worker, or anyone concerned about their health or the health of a loved one should make time to attend Campaign For Quality,” said Perra. “This educational series brings together speakers of incredible talent and experience … speakers you’d normally have to travel to hear in major cities and at major academic healthcare institutes. Even if you only attend one session, you will come away with knowledge that may help change your healthcare experience in a very positive way.”