**FREE** A COVID Year in Review: What We’ve Learned About Partnerships Across the Continuum
Thursday, Mar 11, 2021, 12-1 PM ET
This last year has been unlike any other as the pandemic has taken its toll across the globe. Despite the challenges, many healthcare organizations have renewed their commitment to patient- and family-centered care. Join this webinar to review the power of partnerships and how patient and family advisors have stayed connected to help promote safety, quality and resiliency. Emerging best practices and new tools will be shared, including IPFCC’s resource, “Family Presence During A Pandemic: Guidance for Decision-Making.”
This free webinar is made possible by the support of the New York State Health Foundation.
- Explore ways that organizations have strengthened partnerships with patient, resident, and family advisors (PFAs) in the midst of a pandemic;
- Learn how PFAs have influenced policy, programs, and services to help address the challenges of COVID to improve safety and quality;
- Review three new tools for “revisiting” recent restrictions on family presence in health care settings and learn how to use them with a collaborative decision-making team, including patient and family advisors;
- Reflect on the partnership lessons learned in the last year and identify emerging best practices that move us forward together to ensure a safe, equitable, and bright future for all