April 17, 2009 | Barb Carr

TapRooT® and FEMA for Healthcare Root Cause Analysis

TapRooT® instructors Tommy Garnett and David Davis will be presenting a 2-day Pre-Summit course, TapRooT® and FEMA for Healthcare Root Cause Analysis on October 5 and 6, 2009 in Nashville, Tennessee. TapRooT® Users will learn to use tools to perform JCAHO required healthcare FMEA as part of proactive risk reduction/performance improvement program.

Learn team-based, systematic, proactive approaches to identify how a process or design can fail, why it fails, and how to make it safer. These techniques can be applied to find and fix the root causes of issues to improve patient safety & stop healthcare sentinel events before they happen.


David Davis

Dave Davis is a Certified Nurse of the Operating room, and a Registered Nurse and retired U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel. He has an MS in Nursing Services – Administration, and an MS in Operating Room Nursing. He is a previous consultant in infection control & disease epidemiology for the U.S. Army and is Certified as a DoD Healthcare TapRooT® Instructor.


Tommy Garnett

Tommy Garnett has 20 years of experience in Patient Safety & Risk Management. He is a Registered Nurse, a Certified Trauma Nurse, and a Flight Nurse. Tommy graduated from the American Institute of Medical Law, and is a licensed and Board Certified Healthcare Risk Manager. He is also Certified as a DoD Healthcare TapRoot® Instructor.

Learn more about the TapRooT® Summit on our webpage, or register for this course at: http://www.taproot.com/store.php?e=822

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