Catalyzing a Culture of Interprofessional Collaboration
Collaboration between and among physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and other clinical and administrative professionals will play an increasingly important role in the future of healthcare. This webinar highlights the findings of a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation study designed to identify practices that promote effective interprofessional collaboration (IPC). We define the practices, explore their potential to contribute to a culture of IPC, and look at their impact on high quality, patient-centered care through specific examples of innovative pilots and initiatives from leading healthcare institutions across the country.
Our speaker, Jennifer Tomasik, SM, FACHE, is Vice President and Healthcare Practice Leader at CFAR, Inc., a management consulting firm. She has worked with leaders in the healthcare sector for 20 years, and has expertise in strategic planning and implementation, governance, organizational and cultural change and interprofessional collaboration. She speaks and writes frequently on these topics as they relate to the evolving healthcare ecology. Jennifer believes that the challenges facing the healthcare industry require the input and commitment of all of its diverse players, and was pleased to be invited by RWJF to lead the project in today’s presentation. Jennifer earned a BA in American Studies from Tufts University and a master’s in Health Policy and Management from The Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
This Webinar is a non-commercial presentation sponsored by ZurickDavis
Posted on Sep 27, 2017