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    • UT Southwestern University Hospitals Vision and Mission
    • The Role of the Hospitals
      • The University Health System includes the hospitals and the ambulatory clinics.
      • Excellence in clinical care is one of the key aims of the University Health System.
    • UT Sothwestern Clinical Enterprise Vision
      • Vision for UT Southwestern Medical Center’s Health System
      • UT Southwestern Medical Center is the premier tertiary healthcare provider in the region. Our physicians are regionally and nationally recognized as experts and innovators in their fields. Working together in integrated, multi-disciplinary programs, they provide the highest quality of patient-centered care and advance health through clinical discovery and education.
    • Mission of the Hospitals
      • Our first priority is always safe, excellent care for our patients .
      • To meet our mission, we set specific targets for:
        • clinical excellence
        • patient and staff satisfaction
        • financial strength
    • Safety Initiatives for 2009
      • For year 2009, our safety priorities are:
        • Reduce the number of codes outside the ICU
        • Reduction in cases of ventilator-associated pneumonia
        • Reduce infections associated with central line use
        • Reduce “pressure ulcers”
        • Reduce falls, especially those resulting in injury
    • One Key Tool for 2009
      • We’ll be using a “failure mode and effect analysis” to minimize the risk of complications from central line utilization. This performance improvement team is now focused on protocols for the selection, use and discontinuation of central lines.
    • Ask Your Manager...
      • How are the hospitals doing on each targeted measure for clinical excellence, patient and staff satisfaction and financial strength?
      • What is my work area’s target related to patient safety? And what is my role?
      • How are we doing?