March 30, 2016

A recent Robert Wood Johnson Foundation report profiles the experiences of more than 20 hospitals and community health centers, including Women & Infants Hospital, that utilize interprofessional collaboration to achieve better patient outcomes. The report, "Lessons From the Field: Promising Interprofessional Collaboration Practices," helps health care entities assess the potential benefits of interprofessional collaboration and offers a road map to implementing the approach.

Report author Jennifer Tomasik, SM, FACHE, reviews the research and leads a panel discussion among the Women & Infants Hospital team putting the tactics to use.
Panelists include:

    Raymond Powrie, MD, chief medical quality officer, Care New England Health System

    Angeleen Peters-Lewis, RN, PhD, senior vice president & chief nursing officer, Care New England

    Matt Quin, RN, MSN, senior vice president of patient care services and chief nursing officer, Women & Infants Hospital

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