what we do
transforming healthcare is our passion
Jbara has helped and accompanied hundreds of hospitals and companies around the world for more than 25 years.
At Jbara, we work one-on-one with hospitals, healthcare professionals, and governments to support and transform their organizations onto new levels of excellence. We counsel healthcare executives on organizational alignment and integration strategies and quality management. We focus on continual organizational improvement in pursuit of excellence, and we are committed to a collaborative, interdisciplinary approach to our work. We have practical experience in helping you to address and reduce preventable patient harm and sentinel events – surgical site infections, patient falls, wrong sided surgery, medication errors and more.
A focus on Quality and Continuous Improvement is the hallmark of world-class hospitals and healthcare systems. In these organizations every individual is both aware of what quality means: total involvement, patient focus, the use of measurement, continuous improvement, and organizational support, as well as their role in the process of achieving organizational excellence. We also equip them with a set of analytical tools they can apply to critical processes to ensure on-going clinical and organizational continuous improvement.
who we are
Jbara Innovation is a global leader in healthcare system innovation. We develop simple, scalable solutions that dramatically improve the delivery of health care at critical moments to save lives and reduce patient harm.
The quadruple aim vision is in our DNA–these four interdependent goals consist of (1) enhancing patient experience and safety, (2) improving population health, (3) revenue enhancement and margin optimization, and (4) improving wellness, joy and satisfaction of healthcare workers.
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