NAHQ data shows that 41% of those responding to the NAHQ Professional Assessment do not consider themselves responsible for integrating ethical standards into healthcare quality practice. This statistic is unexpected considering professionals who work in quality and safety have a responsibility to report and share data, even if it does not reflect their organization’s best work. Furthermore, this statistic creates a barrier to create a psychological safe space to deliver quality care.
Achieving zero errors is complex and the hierarchy in medicine makes it challenging to effectively speak up, even when it’s the ethical thing to do. This session will focus on how to approach creating a psychologically safe organization that leads with ethical practices to deliver quality care. Takeaways will include strategies that you can immediately implement in your organization.