AvaSure Symposium Recap – Friday 2018
Our final Symposium day started off with wisdom and a beautifully passionate talk by Lee Woodruff. She instilled inspiration in everyone and showed us how far love and hope can go.
Following Lee’s talk, we hung out with local artist Erick Picardo, who throughout the day had a community painting piece where symposium attendees helped to paint sections of the piece which represented our growing community and coming together.
The last round of breakout sessions were fascinating and included topics on behavioral health, video monitoring in acute care and rehab, and how to effectively use video monitoring and create a stable base for successful implementation.
Susan Dentzer, a leading national expert in healthcare and healthcare policy, closed off the symposium with endless knowledge and insights into staffing retention and how to keep up with the many changes throughout the healthcare field.
We are sad to say goodbye to such an amazing group of people who came together to gain knowledge into video monitoring and learn how they can effectively help to enhance patient and staff safety in their organizations. We are excited to be a part of your organization and can’t wait to see you again next year.
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