Building Strong Hospital Partnerships:
The Architecture of Strategic Hospital Development

This two-day session examines the elements of hospital service planning with an emphasis on designing strategic solutions for improving outcomes. Throughout the session, learners participate in interactive exercises tailored to address common problems, generate new ideas, and exchange resources. During the training, learners will be requested to submit a specific hospital profile for review and workgroup discussions.

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Moving forward to build sustainable increases in donation and transplantation has increasingly required leadership and strategic thinking in hospital development. Creating strong partnerships to implement change and foster shared accountability for success is vital to the overall performance within your DSA.

This two-day session examines the elements of hospital service planning with an emphasis on designing strategic solutions for improving outcomes. Throughout the session, learners participate in interactive exercises tailored to address common problems, generate new ideas, and exchange resources. During the training, learners will be requested to submit a specific hospital profile for review and workgroup discussions.
 
The workshop faculty will include leaders with demonstrated records of achievement in regional and national hospital development programs.  With this collective expertise, the workshop will emphasize a practical skill building approach to navigating the common challenges encountered in the field.

Target Audience: Learners who have been exposed to the basic principles and practices related to hospital development for organ donation. The learner will need a minimum of six months of field experience within their DSA in a hospital development capacity for adequate contextual framework.

High-Level Topics Include:

- Framework for Hospital Assessment

- Strategic Planning

- Reviewing of the Basic Data-driven HD Work Activities in the Hospital Setting

Specific Discussions will Include:

- Cultivating Physician Champions

- The Role of Evidence in Gaining Commitment to Best Practices

 
In order to enhance the classroom experience, all registrants will complete five eLearning modules prior to attending the training. Each module is no longer than 20 minutes and requires a computer with speakers and internet access. These modules will cover:

An Introduction to Dual Advocacy®
Conducting the Physician Meeting
Engaging the Physician
Active Listening
Principle-Centered Leadership


Registrants will be contacted approximately two weeks prior to the start of the course with information on completing these modules.

Faculty:     Gweneth O'Shaughnessy
                  Jacki Giuffrida

Hotel: A block of rooms has been reserved at the Independence Park Hotel.  You will receive the group code with your registration confirmation.


CEUs:
The American Board for Transplant Certification has approved this training for 10.25 Category 1 CEPTCs.

Registration Fee: 
 
$1,200.00 includes all materials, meals and breaks.

  • When

  • Wednesday, March 29, 2017 - Thursday, March 30, 2017
    9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
    Eastern Time

  • Where

  • Gift of Life Institute
    401 N. 3rd Street
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19123
    USA
    215-599-2025

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