Overview

January 23–24, 2015

The third annual Patient Safety, Science & Technology Summit was a huge success. Several hundred doctors, nurses, hospital administrators, medical technology executives, and patient advocates learned that more than 500 hospitals and dozens of medical technology companies have joined the Patient Safety Movement and made commitments to reduce preventable patient deaths. Joe Kiani, founder of the Patient Safety Movement Foundation, announced that ‘One Plus 6,411’ lives have been saved since hospitals began implementing a series of Actionable Patient Safety Solutions (APSS). Together, with all of us setting aside differences, we can reach the goal of ZERO preventable patient deaths by 2020.

Speakers

Keynote Speakers

Featured Speakers

Humanitarian Awards

Humanitarian Awards

Every year the Patient Safety Movement Foundation identifies the most influential advocates in patient safety and honors them with the Humanitarian Award at the annual Patient Safety, Science and Technology Summit. This award recognizes leaders who have made significant progress in eliminating preventable patient deaths so that we can reach our shared goal of zero by 2020. Congratulations to the 2014 winners!

  • Tom Kallstrom, MBA, RRT, FAARC, Executive Director & CEO, American Association for Respiratory Care (AARC)
  • Eileen Whalen, MHA, RN, President & COO, University of Vermont Medical Center
  • Anna Noonan, RN, Vice President, Jeffords Quality Institute, University of Vermont Medical Center

Videos

Keynote Videos

  • Vice President Joe Biden Vice President Joe Biden
    Vice President Joe Biden
  • President Bill Clinton President Bill Clinton
    President Bill Clinton
  • President Bill Clinton and Joe Kiani Q & A President Bill Clinton and Joe Kiani Q & A
    President Bill Clinton and Joe Kiani Q & A

Summit Photos

Photos

Media Coverage

Media

Sponsors

Sponsors

Thank you to our committed partners and sponsors for making this event possible.

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