The MHA Keystone Center Patient Safety Organization (PSO) hosted Outcome Engenuity’s (OE) Just Culture Certification Course Nov. 6 and 7 in Okemos.
Over the past three years, the MHA Keystone Center, in conjunction with the Joint Commission Center for Transforming Healthcare, has provided support for its member hospitals to adopt principles of high reliability.
Michigan hospitals voluntarily and regularly submit data to the MHA Keystone Center to be analyzed and used to drive improvement and help healthcare providers avoid future harm.
In 2017, the MHA Keystone Center hosted five simulations throughout Michigan that focused on sepsis. Due to great success, the MHA Keystone Center added more simulations in 2018 to help GLPP HIIN members address additional critical care issues.
The MHA Keystone Center held its annual Fall Workshop Oct. 23 at the JW Marriott, Grand Rapids. The event drew more than 100 nurses, critical care educators, intensivists, care transition coordinators and quality improvement professionals to learn how to drive improvement in the critical care settin...
Research has indicated that more than 300,000 patients in the U.S. annually require mechanical ventilation as a means of life support treatment.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, healthcare currently employs over 18 million people and is one of the quickest growing industries in the United States.
In 2016, Henry Ford Health System initiated a multidisciplinary approach across the entire continuum of care to reduce opioid prescriptions over a three-year period.
Brittany Bogan, executive director, MHA Keystone Center, discusses how the MHA and its member health systems work together to enhance healthcare quality and safety.
The MHA Keystone Center recently released its 2017-2018 annual report titled Improving Care Together. The report highlights the MHA Keystone Center’s 15-year anniversary and its accomplishments over the years.
The MHA Keystone Center will host three events in October to help member hospitals learn how to implement best practices and improvement initiatives to protect patients and staff.
Collaboration in healthcare is imperative for improvement, whether it occurs in the traditional hospital setting or in the communities that MHA members serve.
Pennye Hinz, certified surgical technologist, and Rebecca Brand, BSN, at Helen Newberry Joy Hospital, Newberry, were recipients of the MHA Keystone Center Speak-up! Award for third quarter 2018.
The MHA Keystone Center, on behalf of the Great Lakes Partners for Patients (GLPP), recently received a six-month Hospital Improvement Innovation Network (HIIN) contract extension from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
The 2018 MHA Patient Safety & Quality Symposium drew more than 250 clinical and administrative leaders to learn from national safety and quality experts and local hospital and health system teams.
The Michigan Health & Hospital Association (MHA) Keystone Center honored Kassandra Gauna, RN, Hayes Green Beach (HGB) Memorial Hospital, Charlotte, Sept. 19 with the 2017 annual MHA Keystone Center Speak-up! Award.
A recently published report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention indicates that Michigan experienced an 8 percent rise in opioid overdose-related deaths last year.
Clark Ballard, senior vice president of member relations and education, will be retiring from the MHA Oct. 12 after 35 years of outstanding leadership with the association.
The registration deadline is Sept. 11 for the 2018 MHA Patient Safety & Quality Symposium scheduled for Sept. 18 and 19 at the Ann Arbor Marriott Ypsilanti at Eagle Crest.
In 2014, Newberry-based Helen Newberry Joy Hospital began its focus on improving transitions of care by participating in an MHA Keystone Center initiative that concentrated specifically on moving patients from one setting of care to another.