SOURCE: Synensis, LLC


October 07, 2015 03:00 ET

Synensis Executives to Address the International Quality and Patient Safety Conference

Stephen Powell, CEO and President of Synensis; Julie Gapstur, Senior Consultant; and Daniel Baily, Director of Analytics Will Provide Patient Safety Insights to an International Audience, November 3-5, at the Park Hyatt in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

ATLANTA, GA--(Marketwired - October 07, 2015) - Three Synensis executives will headline the International Quality and Patient Safety Conference, scheduled for November 3-5 in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, the company announced today. In all, Synensis will present the keynote address, as well as four workshops. Stephen Powell, chief executive officer and president of Synensis; Julie Gapstur, senior consultant; and Daniel Baily, direct of analytics will all present at the Park Hyatt event.

Powell and Baily will team up to present the keynote, "Best Practices in Improving Culture and Using Culture Survey Data." The address will focus on proven strategies for measuring, analyzing, and improving a culture of safety.

Powell will also jointly lead four workshops with Gapstur:

  • Excellence Versus Compliance-Fostering a Culture of Excellence
  • Developing a Non-Punitive Response to Error Using the Just Culture Approach
  • Patient Safety in the Ambulatory Care Setting
  • The Missing Healthcare Team Member in The Medical Care Team

The conference, being held in collaboration with Houston Methodist and Johns Hopkins Aramco, aims at covering various topics related to improving healthcare quality and promoting patient safety. The event is being hosted by King Faisal Specialty Hospital and Research Centre, a leading organization in quality improvement in the region.

Core topics include:

  1. Leadership Role in Promoting Healthcare Quality & Patient Safety
  2. Development of Healthcare Quality Improvement Models
  3. The Value of Accreditation in Improving Healthcare Quality and Patient Safety
  4. Optimizing the Benefits and Minimizing Harms of Health Technology
  5. Advancing Safety Science Implementation
  6. Advances in Measuring Patient Experience
  7. Creating and Sustaining a Culture of Safety in the Workplace
  8. Effective Benchmarking and Challenges in the Implementation of Best Practices
  9. Engaging Patients and Families in their Healthcare Decisions
  10. Quality & Patient Safety Education in Colleges for all Healthcare Providers

For more information on the International Quality and Patient Safety Conference, or to register, go to

About Synensis

Synensis is committed to helping healthcare organizations worldwide achieve zero harm having supported more than 500 hospitals across the globe in measuring, analyzing, and improving patient safety and reducing costs. Synensis offers a suite of processes, products, and services that help organizations build internal workforce capacity and high reliability systems to reduce preventable patient harm, improve quality, and increase operating margins.

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