Transplant administration

Change Management


Speaker: Gwen McNatt, PhD, MS, CNN • Northwestern Memorial Hospital
Moderator: Marian O'Rourke, RN, CCTC • Jackson Memorial Hospital

After participating in this webinar, the learner will be able to:

  1. Describe at least two change models and how to apply them.
  2. Discuss change readiness and how to assess readiness.
  3. Discuss the change curve during implementation of a change.
  4. Describe strategies to sustain change.

Fourth Annual Transplant Quality Institute

Fourth Annual Transplant Quality Institute


Building on the enormous success of the Transplant Quality Institute, the fourth annual TQI will provide general and advanced breakout sessions, information, tools and resources to ensure your program’s performance meets the rigorous quality expectations to remain competitive and compliant in today’s transplant healthcare marketplace.

Who Should Attend?

The scope of this course is focused transplant quality training making it an ideal opportunity for: • Transplant program leadership with oversight responsibility for quality • Transplant Physicians and Surgeons with responsibility for quality in transplant • Transplant Clinical, Data, and Operational Managers • Transplant Quality Coordinators/Officers • Transplant Compliance Coordinators/Officers • Transplant/Hospital Improvement Engineers/Staff • Transplant/Hospital Educators with responsibility to educate and engage staff in quality • Hospital Quality/Patient Safety/Risk Management Staff • Hospital Administrators and Executives responsible for transplant programs • Transplant Administrators

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Disrupting the Status Quo

Disrupting the Status Quo

The Organ Donation and Transplantation Alliance (The Alliance) invites key hospital system, transplant, OPO and physician/surgical leaders to convene for a 1 ½ day national critical issues forum. The primary goal of this event is to identify novel collaborations and strategies to increase the number of transplants done in the United States. Expert leaders will discuss the science of decision-making as it relates to organ utilization, and analyze how existing practice patterns may limit the number of transplants performed. Examples of unconventional strategies implemented by transplant centers, organ procurement organizations, and hospitals that have been successful in expanding organ utilization will be presented and discussed. This Forum will allow for an interactive environment so crucial conversations can occur and normative behaviors can be disrupted. Working groups will be formed to identify mutual and transferable solutions that can be implemented at all OPOs and transplant programs across the nation.

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