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About Campaign For Quality
About Campaign for Quality
This popular educational event, celebrating its 11th anniversary, features international, national and local experts presenting on current trends in healthcare, quality improvement topics and patient safety initiatives. CFQ will be held at Hamilton College in Clinton, New York, on Friday, October 12 and Saturday, October 13, 2012. A special evening presentation and dinner will be on Thursday, October 11 at the Radisson Hotel in Utica.
Our community’s health is a shared responsibility, shared by patients, their families, providers, our hospital staff and caregivers. Understanding how we can all work together for the benefit of a healthy community, learning more about what other organizations are doing to improve patient care, as well as promoting community health is at the heart of CFQ. It’s a true community event open to all employees and medical staff from our three area hospitals, as well as the general public. In 2011, more than 400 physicians, healthcare workers, students and community members from across New York State were in attendance.
We hope you can join us at the 2012 Campaign For Quality! Be sure to register early as seating is limited. For more info contact us at (315) 624-6174 or email@example.com.
Keith A. Fenstemacher Center for Continuous Learning
Campaign for Quality is coordinated by the Keith A. Fenstemacher Center for Continuous Learning (KAFCCL) at Faxton St. Luke’s Healthcare and is sponsored by FSLH, FSLH Medical Staff, St. Elizabeth Medical Center Medical Staff, Iroquois Healthcare, Slocum-Dickson Foundation, Excellus, the American Heart Association and Go Red for Women.
“We believe a good approach towards achieving our goal of quality care and patient safety is to foster a culture of learning for our employees, medical staff, volunteers, and the community members at large,” said Daniel Kopp, MD, chief medical officer at FSLH. “Through the Center and programs like Campaign for Quality we are able to achieve our goal and support a future where lifelong education, excellence in healthcare, and maintaining good health endures.”