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Mount Sinai Leaders to Share Innovative Approaches to Collaboration at International Forum for Quality and Safety in Healthcare in London

Mount Sinai Health System leaders will attend and present at the International Forum for Quality and Safety in Healthcare 2024, a preeminent healthcare quality event organized by the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) and British Medical Journal (BMJ) on April 11th at ExCel London, United Kingdom. Clinical and administrative leaders from Mount Sinai International, Tao Xu, MD, Medical Director, Jonathan Wetzel, MBA-H, Executive Director, will discuss the System’s expertise in delivering innovative, high-quality, safe, and effective health care with health care leaders from around the globe.

“We are delighted that Dr. Xu and Mr. Wetzel are participating in the London Forum and will have the opportunity to showcase Mount Sinai’s positive impact on quality and safety improvement around the globe,” said Szabi Dorotovics, MD, President of Mount Sinai International.

The International Forum for Quality and Safety in Healthcare will feature over 200 speakers represented from around the world and draws over 2,000 healthcare professionals and influencers annually. The event includes a variety of lectures, panel discussions, and poster presentations focused on improvement, innovation, and transformation in healthcare quality and safety.

Dr. Tao Xu and Jonathan Wetzel, MBA-H will participate in a workshop titled “Enabling Change Across a Whole System” on Thursday, April 11, 2024.  The discussion will focus on best practices in supporting quality and safety systems development and improvement in organizations around the world and co-presenters include other global healthcare quality and safety experts from Canada, England, and Scotland.  “Mount Sinai International has extensive expertise in quality and safety advisory initiatives.  We are excited to share our best practices and lessons learned with participants so that they can apply these within their own organizations, no matter their location,” said Tao Xu, MD, Medical Director, Mount Sinai International.

Mount Sinai International has a proven record of accomplishment in developing long-term partnerships and facilitating knowledge transfer and innovation in clinical medicine, hospital management, quality, safety, and other related areas with hospitals and health systems spanning Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, and Asia.  

“Over the past decade, Mount Sinai International has established itself as a leader in international healthcare collaboration and advisory services. We are principally focused on extending the best practices of Mount Sinai to organizations around the world, in order to help them achieve their objectives to bring the highest quality and safety standards to their local communities and patients.  It is an honor to share what we have learned and continue to learn from these relationships with the esteemed audience at the London Forum,” said Jonathan Wetzel, MBA-H, Executive Director, Mount Sinai International.

Conference participants may visit representatives from Mount Sinai International and Mount Sinai Health System after session A2 “Enabling Change Across a Whole System” on April 11th from 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM (British time) to learn about Mount Sinai’s rich history of innovation in quality and safety, its focus on global expansion, and opportunities for collaboration.