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Improving Quality Through Teams and Technology: Lessons From Research at #CHEST2016

By: Taylor Pecko-Reid

Improving the quality of care we provide is a major focus in pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine. In recent years, technological advancements have developed that have the potential to dramatically improve the quality of the clinical care we provide. Additionally, an increased focus on providing a team-based approach to medical care has the potential to improve care even more. And at the CHEST 2016 meeting, there are many projects that highlight these efforts. We’ve chosen a few to discuss at this month’s #pulmCC Twitter chat.

Whether you’re in Los Angeles, London, Lima, or Lucerne, we hope you’ll join us!  Our chat will be held from Monday, October 24, from 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm PST. If you are attending CHEST 2016, please join us in person at JW Marriott, Room Olympic 2. There are snacks!

Topics

T1: How can technology improve the patient experience & understanding of complex treatment regimens?

T2: How can improving team-based care improve the patient experience & understanding of complex treatment regimens?

T3: How can technology & team-based care be leveraged to improve clinical care?

T4: What other interesting research have you seen presented at #CHEST2016 that you’d like to talk about?

CHEST 2016 Abstract Prereadings:

And again, we really enjoy your participation in our online Twitter chats and would love to meet you in person! We’ll gather in Room Olympic 2 at JW Marriott on Monday, October 24, beginning at 6:00 pm PST for networking and then jump into the Twitter chat at 6:30 pm! If you’re not able to attend in person, join us online and be a part of our Twitter chat live from CHEST 2016!