EAHM IMPO Workshop 2016

EAHM IMPO Workshop

The European Association of Hospital Managers (EAHM) has been founded in 1970 under French law. It is the umbrella association for 28 leading hospital management associations in 25 European countries representing over 16,000 individual members. The EAHM serves explicitly and exclusively the public interest. It does not pursue any political, economical nor confessional goals.

The EAHM is one of the world's largest hospital management associations. It represents both the hospital managers of public and private hospitals in the European Union and at international level.

Targeting at the construction of a social Europe, the EAHM elaborates proposals regarding the hospital sector to the European authorities.

The EAHM is also an interlocutor for the health care industry.


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The European Association of Hospital Managers (EAHM) invites you to IMPO Conference During Medica 2016

The WHO describes patient safety as the reduction of risk of unnecessary harm associated with healthcare to an acceptable minimum (WHO, 2009), which links patient safety to risk management. Many solutions ensure patient safety by putting incident management in the center to reduce the risks.


Reducing the risk of unnecessary harm

The delivery and outcome of healthcare depends on many factors as the patient, the context of the incident as well as other contributing factors/hazards. The latter includes human factors, system factors (e.g. work environment) and external factors beyond the control of the organization like regulation.

Different measures are possible, from reactive measures like detection and mitigating factors to minimize the harm to the patient (incident recovery), to proactive measures as ameliorating actions and actions taken to reduce risk, so focusing on prevention and system resilience.

These approaches have a lot of potential, like comparing patient safety data on different levels and in time, examining the roles of systems and human factors, identifying potential issues and helping in developing priorities and solutions.

But how can they be integrated in the overall management of the health care organization?


The IMPO-model

During this workshop we will use the IMPO-model which is based on the experience of hospital managers brought together by the European Association of Hospital Managers. The IMPO-model consists of 4 interconnected pillars: the aim is to ensure the Outcomesthrough Processes steered by the Management, given the (external) Inputs to the organization


The target groups

Hospital directors, Healthcare executive, quality managers and risk managers of hospitals




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