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Transplant Quality Foundational Concepts: October 18, 2022
The Transplant Quality Institute’s Foundational Concepts course provides educational programming for newcomers as well as a refresher course to those who would like to ensure they have the fundamental building blocks in place for a comprehensive Transplant Quality Program.
Transplant Quality Institute: October 19-21, 2022
The 8th Annual Transplant Quality Institute (TQI) remains true to its founding mission of providing high-quality education and resources to professionals responsible for transplant quality and patient safety. This three-day meeting, designed for professionals with transplant quality experience, is also suitable for those new to transplant quality when combined with the Transplant Quality Foundational Concepts course.
Foundation Concepts One-Day Course: $199
TQI 3-day Conference: $699
Foundation Concepts and TQI (All 4 days): $880
The Hilton Atlanta offers centrally located hotel rooms in downtown Atlanta near the most famous attractions and world class dining in Georgia. The hotel is a preferred hotel of the Georgia Aquarium, a mile away. Guests can enjoy the fitness center, jogging tracks, and tennis and basketball courts.
Hotel reservations should be made online at https://book.passkey.com/go/6d71431d prior to September 27, 2022. The group rate is $229 for single or double occupancy plus 16.5% tax per night. Inquire about the hotel’s cancellation policy to avoid a penalty.
Following the one-day Foundational Concepts course participants will be able to:
- Describe the essential aspects of transplant rules and regulations, QAPI structure, quality metrics, adverse event management, and QAPI reports
- Discuss specific policies and regulations related to Transplant Quality
- Identify emerging challenges within transplant quality programs
Following the three-day Transplant Quality Institute Conference participants will be able to:
- Discuss current and new initiatives of OPTN/UNOS
- Describe current and new SRTR performance metrics
- Explain the new CMS OPO outcome metrics
- Describe the NASEM report regarding kidney transplants and possible implications for transplant quality
- Describe the impact of broader sharing on transplant programs and OPOs
- Describe efforts to improve quality surveillance and reporting by leveraging EMR technology
- Describe utilization strategies of organs from Covid-19 donors
- Describe how the transplant program could participate in their hospital donation council
- Discuss the implications of broader use of DCD donors
- Describe how the Improving Renal Outcomes Collaborative is driving quality in pediatric kidney transplantation
- Discuss how increasing numbers of value-based care models are impacting transplant programs
- Describe how health care workers can develop resilience