Global Leadership Summit hosted by the Joint Commission International

24 October 2023 (pre-congress), 8:00-17:00 / Lisbon Congress Centre, Portugal

The case for quality: the value of accreditation from all perspectives

Global Leadership Summit hosted by the Joint Commission International (JCI)

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Bookings are now available for the JCI Global Leadership Summit during Congress registration at special discounted rates.

Based on decades of experience as the leading global healthcare accrediting body Joint Commission International (JCI) offers health care organizations the knowledge, tools, and resources necessary to advance their journey for providing high quality, safe care. Accreditation is a key milestone on this quality journey that symbolizes the organizations’ commitment to patient-centred care, but it is not the end goal. As expectations and challenges evolve, organizations struggle to achieve quality goals such as zero patient harm, sustained improvements, and a culture of safety. JCI continues to provide support in response to these emerging trends.

At this summit, you will hear directly from premier healthcare leaders across the globe who will share their experiences, best practices, and how JCI has positioned them to affect sustained improvements beyond accreditation. This interactive, in-person summit will include presentations, roundtable discussions, workshop activities, and opportunities for networking.

We encourage participants from health systems, government officials, policymakers, influencers, and industry consultants to join and engage in insightful discussions. The program content is tailor-made for participants to gain practical knowledge based on evidence-based practices.

At the end of the summit, the participants will benefit from:

  • Gaining insights on the Return on Investment (ROI) of JCI accreditation.
  • Understanding global leaders’ perspectives on how JCI accreditation has transformed their organization leadership, culture, processes, and performance outcomes.
  • Recognizing evidence-based methods and tools to engage leadership, including the governing body, in achieving quality outcomes
  • Identifying additional paths and tools to take your quality to the next level

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