Building a Patient and Employee Safety HRO Program

November 4, 2016 Oi Hua Lee

Have you been wondering what it takes to become an High Reliability Organization (HRO)? We don’t blame you, we’ve been hearing tons about HROs lately and we know you have too. So, we set out to find out, and recently teamed up with our friends at the American Hospital Association (AHA) and Dr. Tom Peterson, President of One Safety, LLC to find out what the big deal is all about.

In this webinar, Dr. Peterson explains not just the benefits of an HRO, but also what is required to implement one, how it can be applied to virtually anywhere in your organization, some basic tactics and more!

Here's a glimpse of some of the valuable insight you can expect from our webinar:

How Do I Become an HRO?
 

Watch the on-demand webinar to learn if becoming an HRO is right for you, or how to augment your existing program.

 

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