Free e-Book: Build and Manage a Strong Trauma Performance Improvement Program

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How do you establish, build and manage an effective trauma performance improvement and patient safety (PIPS) program? The American College of Surgeons provides detailed program requirements, and other resources supply a good theoretical framework. But according to Michael McGonigal, MD, bridging the gap between theory and practice can be difficult. This free guide for trauma program leaders discusses strategies for:

  • Speeding up issue resolution and PIPS loop closure
  • Ensuring complete and adequate documentation of PIPS findings and actions
  • Developing systems for capturing every trauma patient within the PIPS process
  • Tracking open items and organizing program records
  • Ensuring adequate and compliant PIPS meeting attendance
  • Addressing peer issues fairly and sensitively
  • Avoiding the risk of overwhelming your staff

This trauma leadership e-book is free to Trauma System News members. To register for a Free Membership, click hereMembers can download this resource now by clicking the link below:

9 Tips for Running an Effective Trauma PIPS Program (PDF)