The CT Center for Patient Safety is looking for volunteers to join us in fulfilling our mission to advance high quality, safe health care, and to protect the rights of patients. We do this by educating, empowering and working with patients, clinicians, students of the health sciences and community members. Email us at Lisa.Freeman@CTCPS.org or call us at 203 610-0610 to discuss your interest or to learn more about our available opportunities.
CTCPS OFFERS VIRTUAL WORKSHOPS AND SPEAKERS
The Connecticut Center for Patient Safety is uniquely positioned to represent the voice of the patient. Lisa Freeman, our Executive Director, and other experienced presenters are available to conduct workshops and for speaking engagements to address all audiences.
Our areas of expertise include, but are not limited to: • patient safety across the board, • patient education, activation empowerment, and engagement • the patient experience in health care, • patient- and family-centered care, • patient and family engagement, • the patient voice/role in health care, •the caregiver experience and role in health care, • becoming a more effective patient advocate, and • the patient's role in health care policy.
To request a speaker, please send an email to SpeakerRequest@ctcps.org letting us know the name of your organization, the potential date(s)/time(s) for the speaker, the event location (city and state), and the type of event.
REMOVING BARRIERS. CREATING HEALTH CARE ACCESS FOR CONNECTICUT'S NEWLY INSURED
The CT Center for Patient Safety has completed a study examining the profile of the newly insured. It identifies barriers that exist for individuals in getting health insurance coverage and obtaining safe and reliable health care. Based on findings from a national literature search as well as perspectives from a panel composed of national and local leaders, this report proposes a plan to address the problems by focusing on strategies, materials, and proven solutions from Connecticut and national experts. The study was funded by the CT Health Foundation. Lisa Freeman was the lead researcher. The complete report can be read here.