Medical Tourism Training and Temos International are pleased to announce the presentation, “Meeting the Needs of Patients: Strategies to Improve Quality & Safety for Health Care Organizations”, to be delivered by Harvard professor, Dr. Sharon Kleefield on September 1st in Kingston, Jamaica.
Dr. Kleefield, a faculty member at Harvard Medical School, has extensive experience in the design and implementation of Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) management programs for hospitals and health care systems, – a cornerstone of successful healthcare systems and a prerequisite to international accreditation. She provides consulting, education, and training in strategic planning, quality management, outcome & performance measurement, patient safety, risk management, and pre-accreditation preparation to health care systems and hospitals around the world. Dr. Kleefield works with Temos and Medical Tourism Training to promote excellence in healthcare worldwide.
The presentation has the support of the Ministry of Health & Wellness of Jamaica, the Medical Association of Jamaica, and JAMPRO. It takes place in the Grand Caribbean Suite at the Knutsford Court Hotel, Kingston, Jamaica on September 1st at 10:00. Registration is free except for those participants seeking CME credits. Seating is limited.
To register for the program, contact Ms. Kareen Dixon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
With special thanks to the Minister of Health & Wellness, Dr. the Honorable Christopher Tufton, Dr. Clive Lai, President of the Medical Association of Jamaica, and Ms. Diane Edwards and Ms. Carol Straw plus the JAMPRO team for their kind assistance in organizing this event.
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