Why Attend the NEW Patient Safety Root Cause Analysis Course Before the TapRooT® Summit?
The NEW Patient Safety Root Cause Analysis Course is being held at the Horseshoe Bay Resort, near Austin, TX!
Why attend the NEW Patient Safety Root Cause Analysis Course on March 9-10 before the 2020 Global TapRooT® Summit? I’m glad you asked. I have five answers that will help you improve your root cause analysis and, thereby, improve patient safety.
Take Advantage of Your Only Chance to Attend this Type of
Patient Safety Root Cause Analysis Training
The TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis System has been proven to find and fix the causes of human error. Leveraging TapRooT’s® easy to use root cause analysis framework designed by human factor experts will help you protect your patients, families, staff, and organization. TapRooT® is not only a root cause analysis methodology but also a continuous improvement process whose reports are recognized by the Joint Commission. TapRooT® will help you eliminate blame and bias through the tools embedded human performance guidance.
The Patient Safety Root Cause Analysis Course is Comprehensive
In the TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis for Patient Safety Improvement Training, you will learn investigation best practices including SnapCharT®, the Root Cause Tree®, and the Corrective Action Helper® Guide. You will use the SnapCharT® to gather and organize evidence so it’s easy to identify Causal Factors. You will take each Causal Factor through TapRooT®’s Root Cause Tree® that includes human factors expert systems to find human error-related root causes. And you will learn how to use TapRooT®’s Corrective Action Helper® Guide to help build effective corrective actions to prevent reoccurring problems and reduce risk.
You’ll Learn How to Reactively and Proactively Use
Root Cause Analysis to Prevent Harm!
TapRooT® should be used both proactively and reactively for the best ROI. Using TapRooT® to analyze audit findings and survey results can help you fix problems before they line up to cause actual harm. If a patient safety event does happen, TapRooT® should be used to identify and fix the root causes of the event so it can’t happen again. TapRooT® is a true continuous improvement process.
You’ll be Proficient with a Patient Safety Root Cause Analysis Tool that Standardizes Your Efforts for Consistent and Reliable Results
The final course exercise allows you to analyze a real patient safety event from a member of your team. You will use the TapRooT® Process to find root causes and develop fixes. This exercise will help you prove your proficiency to use TapRooT® to protect your patients, families, staff, and organization. You will also receive a 90-Day free trial of the TapRooT® Software in addition to the standard course materials.
A Guarantee – We Stand by Our Training!
This training is GUARANTEED! Attend this course, go back to work, and use what you have learned to analyze sentinel events or other healthcare issues. If you don’t find root causes that you previously would have overlooked and if you and your management don’t agree that the corrective actions that you recommend are much more effective, just return your course materials and we will refund the entire course fee.
Register for the TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis for
Patient Safety Improvement Training
Click on the following link to begin the registration process for the TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis for Patient Safety Improvement Training: https://www.taproot.com/store/2-Day-Patient-Safety-Austin-TX-Horseshoe-Bay-Mar-9-2020.html
BONUS Incentive to Attend the Course
and the 2020 Global TapRooT® Summit
You can save $200 when you attend both the TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis for Patient Safety Improvement Training and the 2020 Global TapRooT® Summit.
Why should you attend the Summit? To learn even more about performance improvement and the latest root cause analysis best practices. See the complete Summit schedule (and all the sessions that will help you improve your hospital’s performance) at:
Here are five Best Practice Breakout Sessions (from a total of 30 to choose from) that will help you improve your hospital’s performance and make you a better improvement leader:
- TapRooT® Users Best Practices – Network and benchmark with TapRooT® Users from around the world to learn their best practices for root cause analysis and performance improvement.
- What Stopping Human Error Is All About? – Mark Paradies, a certified human factors expert, will share the secrets from his latest book, Stopping Human Error, a topic of great importance to healthcare professionals.
- Leading with Emotional Intelligence – Leadership is obviously needed to improve performance, and Emotional Intelligence is a hot topic for those looking to improve their leadership skills.
- Lessons Learned from Space – Hear Astronaut Jim Wetherbee explain how the practices used to guarantee excellent performance in space can be adapted to improve performance in any industry.
- Eliminate Failing Fixes, How to Measure & Improve Corrective Action Effectiveness – Listen to Kevin McManus, performance improvement expert, explain how you can stop using ineffective corrective actions and start implementing fixes that work.
In addition, click on the following link to find out about our five outstanding Keynote Speakers: https://www.taproot.com/summit/keynote-speakers/
We know you will return to work with great ideas and the motivation to make patient safety improvement a reality.
Register for the Course and the Summit and Reap the Benefits of Bringing a Team
I hope you are convinced that the course and the Summit are essential for improving performance at your hospital. If you are, you may decide to bring a team (including hospital senior management). This will unlock additional savings for each team member when everyone signs up at one time. See the graphic below to calculate your potential savings.
Space in the TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis for Patient Safety Improvement Training is limited. We expect this course to fill up fast. Act now to reserve your seats. Begin registration for the TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis for Patient Safety Improvement Course and the Summit by clicking on the link below: