17-20 April 2012, Le Palais des Congrès de Paris, France
The Forum has as its mission to support the movement for health care improvement. It aims to improve outcomes for patients and communities, provide practical ideas that can be implemented in the workplace, promote research into quality and safety improvement, foster effective innovation, and connect health care leaders and practitioners worldwide.
The way in which it meets these aims is through the annual Forum, a four day meeting that brings together an international group of people from chief executives and government officials to health care managers and clinicians who share a concern and a passion for improving quality and safety in healthcare.
Who is it for?
The 2012 Forum is the premier event for the leaders of the quality and safety in health care movement. It brings together over 2,000 senior level decision makers from over 70 countries who takepart in sessions that range from the basic disciplines of quality improvement to the latest thinking and innovation to quality and safety.
Why should you attend?
Over the 4 days, the ever-evolving Forum offers the opportunity for:
- Brainstorming and networking opportunities
- Acceleration to implementation
- Recognition of individual accomplishments
- Meeting with key opinion leaders
Click here to see the latest agenda.
Dr Foster at the conference
Dr Foster will be exhibiting at the conference this year, our Global Comparators team will be available for the three days to discuss and share how we operate in the international market. We welcome anyone who would like to come along and talk to our representatives.
“Working with hospitals and health systems across the world, our solutions enable our clients to benchmark their performance and to share learning and best practice.
A world first, our Global Comparators project is enabling top hospitals from across the world to share data to define comparable, worldwide indicators of quality and efficiency. The founding members of Global Comparators, comprising leading hospitals from the United States, United Kingdom, Italy, Belgium and the Netherlands, are working together to identify and deliver meaningful cost savings, improved clinical outcomes and increased efficiencies in care delivery”.
In the meantime, for further information on Dr Foster’s work with international hospitals, please visit our website: http://globalcomparators.com/ or call Nina Janda on 020 7332 8955.