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CANDOR Part II: Leading an Effective CANDOR Current State Assessment and Gap Analysis

May 27 @ 8:30 am - 9:30 am PDT

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Dr. Donna Prosser is joined by Martin Hatlie, JD, Co-Director, MedStar Institute for Quality and Safety, Timothy McDonald, MD JD, Chief Patient Safety and Risk Officer, RLDatix, Aimee Samuels, DNP, RN, CPHRM, Patient Safety Officer, Director of Patient Safety & Clinical Risk, and Julie McCoy, PharmD, JD, Senior Manager of Pharmacy, Quality, & Medication Safety,   Providence St. Joseph Health; Partner, Pacific Apex Law Group, LLP, to provide the second of a three-part series around the CANDOR (Communication and Optimal Resolution) model. Here, the group will discuss the background of the AHRQ CANDOR program, domains, and toolkit and assess a current state and gaps analysis process through the Samaritan Health Services case study. Thereafter, the discussion will focus on the evidence for the effectiveness or impact of a Gap Analysis process. Recommendations for using a Gap Analysis process to assess organizational readiness, strengths and challenges will follow.

Moderator: 

  • Martin Hatlie, JD, Co-Director, MedStar Institute for Quality and Safety

Panelists:

  • Timothy McDonald, MD, JD, Chief Patient Safety and Risk Officer, RLDatix
  • Aimee Samuels, DNP, RN, CPHRM, Patient Safety Officer, Director of Patient Safety & Clinical Risk Samaritan Health Services
  • Julie McCoy, PharmD, JD, Senior Manager of Pharmacy, Quality, & Medication Safety, Providence St. Joseph Health; Partner, Pacific Apex Law Group, LLP

Objectives:

  • Understand the AHRQ CANDOR (Communication and Optimal Resolution) toolkit and domains.

  • Explain the Gap Analysis process, and why it’s crucial to implementation.

  • Assess who to engage in the CANDOR Gap Analysis process.

  • Identify the roles and skills needed in an effective CANDOR Gap Analysis team.

  • Examine the Samaritan Health Services experience in doing a CANDOR Gap Analysis.

  • Discuss challenges, successes and lessons learned from a CANDOR Gap Analysis.

Agenda: 

  • Background of the AHRQ CANDOR program, domains, and toolkit

  • The current state of doing a CANDOR Gap Analysis through a Samaritan Health Services case study

  • Evidence for the effectiveness or impact of a Gap Analysis process

  • Recommendations for using a Gap Analysis process to assess organizational readiness, strengths and challenges

Details

Date:
May 27
Time:
8:30 am - 9:30 am PDT
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