This session will focus on the importance of collaborative leadership among custody command staff and medical and mental health administrators. All levels of the operation must work together to ensure the best care, custody, and control. Regular interaction that includes formalized meetings and impromptu problem-solving sessions will be discussed. The importance of data-driven decision-making and Continuous Quality Improvement programs will be explored.
- Identify leadership challenges in fostering collaboration between custody and health care staff
- Discuss Continuous Quality Improvement and its impact on interdisciplinary collaboration
- Describe methods of building collaboration through education, training, and awareness