Synensis Announces November and December Webinar Schedule

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All webinars are free to the public. Demand has been heavy, so all potential participants are encouraged to register early to secure a seat.

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Webinar presenters are top Synensis executives who will present strategies for improving quality, reducing preventable harm, and using storytelling to create a culture of safety.

Synensis, a leading provider of patient safety consulting, tools, and training, announced that it will host three webinars in November and December, each designed to help hospitals improve quality outcomes, save lives, and save money. Webinar presenters are top Synensis executives who will present strategies for improving quality, reducing preventable harm, and using storytelling to create a culture of safety.

Registration for all webinars is available at http://www.synensishealth.com/webinars.

“6 Ways to Use Your HSOPS Data to Reduce Preventable Harm”
Thursday, November 6, 2 p.m. – 3 p.m.
Presented by Synensis Senior Consultant, Daniel Baily

Leaders are under mounting pressure to monitor and improve quality, productivity, employee engagement, and patient safety. Baily will show how to release the pressure valve by using the Hospital Survey on Patient Safety Culture (HSOPS) as a strategic quality improvement tool that can move a hospital toward a zero harm environment. Baily will also demonstrate how to use HSOPS data to reveal important facts about a hospital’s safety practices and how to improve them.

“4 Little-Known Storytelling Principles Used by Effective Leaders”
Thursday, November 20, 2 p.m. – 3 p.m.
Presented by Synensis Chief Innovation Officer, Richard Stone.

Leaders rarely recognize that they have at their disposal one of the most powerful tools ever deployed for engaging their organizations with change and transformation. While stories on the surface seem quite simple, mastering the nuances of using stories effectively is both an art and a science. Stone, an early pioneer in the field of applied storytelling, will share the four key lessons that make for more effective leaders by intentionally using stories to win both the hearts and minds of an organization’s staff.

“5 Evidence-Based Leadership Practices That Can Reduce Harm In Your Hospital”
Thursday, December 11, 2 p.m.–3 p.m.
Presented by Synensis CEO & President, Stephen Powell.

With so much quality data to analyze, it’s easy for hospital leaders to get lost in the weeds. But it doesn’t have to be that way, as Powell presents five evidence-based leadership practices that hospitals can implement immediately that can have a sustainable positive impact on improving patient safety, reducing harm, saving lives, and saving money.

About Synensis

Synensis was formed to create healthier organizations, improve the quality of healthcare around the world, and help save thousands of lives each year. The company provides healthcare consulting, tools, knowledge, coaching, and training to make every member of the healthcare team more effective. Synensis works with clients to help transform healthcare systems into safer places for patients and more satisfying workplaces for staff. To learn more about Synensis, visit synensishealth.com or call 678-369-6317.

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