Quality Talks: What Seven Observations Mean for 2016


Seven, short and sweet.

In the video "Seven Observations" below, we present a quick snippet of several speakers at last year's Quality Conferences. A simple sting sound does not do them justice. I encourage you to watch all the "Talks" here . But if you run out of time, these seven observations give you a quick look.

Rebecca Onie states that health care providers should meet the social needs of patients – food, shelter, security – in addition to medical care. Provocative, huh? Thompson Aderinkomi states that health care often fails in patients, not only for clinical reasons, but also for convenience. And Sachin H. Jain, MD says that if you think you know your patients upside down, then you're upside down, make no assumptions.

Let's go to the recording.

Now, Quality Talks 2016 .

There will be new speakers. There will be new topics. You can bet that a new stable of provocateurs and disrupters will make you think. Think about the quality of health care and how to improve it.

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Matt Brock is the Director of Communications at NCQA. After more than two decades in broadcast journalism, Matt now leads NCQA's efforts to develop unique content that engages and informs consumers and suppliers, plans and decision-makers via this blog, our website, NCQA.org and many social media platforms. Matt's goal is to educate consumers and direct them to the best resources when they consider the quality of their healthcare decisions.

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