The International Forum on Quality and Safety in Healthcare is one of the world’s largest conferences for healthcare professionals committed to improving patient care and safety.
The conference is jointly organised by the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) and BMJ. The ambition of both organisations is to improve healthcare and outcomes for patients and communities.
Since it first took place in 1996, over 3,000 healthcare professionals choose the International Forum every year as the place to learn, connect and plan their improvement strategies every year.
Speakers from all over the world gather to discuss topics such as applied data intelligence, innovation in healthcare delivery, the importance of regularly reviewing policies, and how behaviour affects patient care.
MOIC attended to talk about the role of an innovation centre in medicines optimisation, and our knowledge transfer/hosting links with over 20 countries.
Pictured: Professor Michael Scott presenting on the role of an innovation centre.