In this engaging discussion, I-PASS Co-Founder Dr. Christopher Landrigan is joined by Dr. Robert C. Goldszer, Chief Medical Officer of Mount Sinai Medical Center to share residency-specific successes, benefits, and processes for adoption and sustainment of the I-PASS GME Program. Dr. Robert C. Goldszer began his role as chief medical officer and senior vice president for education and research at Mount Sinai Medical Center in Miami Beach, Florida in May 2008. Over the past several years he’s overseen the implementation of I-PASS methodologies within the institution’s GME Program, establishing a new standard in patient communication: the I-PASS handoff method. Today, residents, fellows, attendings, and medical staff are trained in the I-PASS method—including incoming residents and fellows before their first day—so they have a shared understanding of the importance of standardized, reliable handoffs.
As GME Programs look to enhance their curricula for the next generation of physicians, it is essential that a standardized patient handoff solution be incorporated into their training.
The webinar covers critical topics for implementing high reliability practices in your GME program, including:
The I-PASS GME Program, which fulfills Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) Transition of Care requirements, offers solutions for training incoming residents in an evidence-based handoff communication method that is clinically proven to reduce patient harm and improve provider workflow. You can learn more about our bundled GME solutions and pricing here.
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