2014 Texas Partnership for Patients Conference
Registration for this event is no longer available. Conference sessions will be recorded and available for viewing at a later date on our website. If you have any questions, please contact Sherlena Boehm at 512/465-1003 or email at email@example.com.
THA Foundation 2013 Annual Report Available
Download the THA Foundation Annual Report to learn more about the success of its 2013 programs.
For a list of all upcoming educational events, click here.
The Center is now a listed Patient Safety Organization with the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. To learn how your hospital can participate, click here.
What's the PSO about? Watch the video:
Share Your Stories of Success
Does your organization have a quality or patient safety process success story to share? Are you looking for an opportunity to showcase and share your organization’s hard work and best practices with other hospitals?
Use our Best Practices submission form to send us the details of what you've learned through best practices in quality improvement.
Have a question or need assistance? Contact us today if you are interested in leading change in your hospital. TCQPS' program are designed to help hospitals reduce errors and improve the culture of safety.
Save the Date!
Registration for TeamSTEPPS Master Trainer Course will open May 1. Sessions will be held on June 9-10 in Austin, TX and June 23-24 in Tyler, TX. For more information, contact Sherlena Boehm.
Join the next cohort!
The Center is currently recruiting hospitals for an initiative to help reduce catheter-associated urinary tract infections. Learn how your hospital can participate in the program by listening to the recorded webinar here.
Contact Rachel Hardegree at firstname.lastname@example.org or 512/465-1042 for more information.
Texas Hospitals: Leading the Way in Quality and Patient Safety
Because of Texas hospitals’ investment in and commitment to quality and patient safety initiatives, patients have access to safer, more effective care that produces better health outcomes. Through a number of national and state partnerships, Texas hospitals are learning best practices, learning from each other, and learning from patients and families how to more safely and more effectively deliver the best care.
These accomplishments translate to complications avoided and lives saved. Texas hospitals have much to be proud of and will keep building on these accomplishments to provide the safest, highest quality care possible. Read more here.