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The Traditional Approach to HRO Training:

Fails to create a sustainable high reliability culture.

  • Focuses on tools and process – it doesn’t change how people think about safety.
  • Relies on a failed learning model
  • Doesn’t get physicians to embrace the concept.
  • Assumes that leaders are committed to high reliability and have transformational leadership skills.
  • Is cumbersome, expensive, and difficulty to scale.
  • Is seen as a “program,” and a cost – rather than the right way to do the work, especially in times of crisis.

 

The High Reliability DNA Program . . .

J3P Healthcare Solutions has partnered with Vizient Southern States and the technology platform, Rali, to create a new, transformative, approach…

 

Create a sustainable high reliability culture - Change the way that leaders, physicians, nurses, staff, and the organization, think about safety. Drive behavioral change – by altering your “High Reliability DNA

 

A customized, effective, efficient, and, cost-effective implementation model

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This is one of the best HRO courses I’ve taken.  Dr. Scott is truly an expert - relatable and an excellent presenter and trainer!”

Our Unique Approach to HRO:

An effective, sustainable culture of safety only occurs when the infrastructure and process improvement methodologies and tools are be built on a foundation of effective HRO leadership and medical staff engagement.

Marty Scott, M.D., MBA

Vice President, HRO Consulting

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Dr. Scott is a pediatric intensivist and widely recognized leader in patient safety and quality. He’s designed, implemented and consulted on high reliability organization programs at over twenty institutions.

He currently serves as Senior Vice President, and Chief Quality and Safety Officer for Grady Health System. Previously, he served in similar roles for Meridian Health, Hackensack Meridian Health, Wake Forest Baptist Health, and Memorial Health.

He received his MBA from UNC Charlotte Belk College of Business, after medical school at the University of Louisville School of Medicine and earning his undergraduate degree in Biochemistry from Lipscomb University.

He’s a Certified Patient Safety Officer, Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, TeamSTEPPS Master Trainer, and Transformative Change Leader

See Dr. Scott’s Ted Talk:

Marty Scott - "Is It Safe? Designing a Culture of Patient Safety" Vice President, Quality and Patient Safety at Memorial University Medical Center