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Mei Kong

Chief Operating Officer

HHC ACO Inc

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HHC ACO Inc

125 Worth St. Rm. 401

New York, New York 10013

United States

Company Description

HHC provides a unique and exciting work environment where healthcare professionals can practice their skills with excellence and share their passion for our mission to care for all New Yorkers regardless of their ability to pay or immigration status. We s ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Assistant Vice President

New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation

Assistant Vice President for Corporate Patient Safety

NYC HHC

Adjunct Clinical Nursing Professor

Long Island University

Adjunct Professor

New York College of Health Professions

Patty's Doctor

Switching

Education

MSN

Master's Degree

Nursing Administration

Hunter-Bellevue School of Nursing

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2005 Nurses Recognition Week

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Mei Kong, RN, MSN Acting Deputy Executive Director Patient Care Services, Nursing Bellevue Hospital Center


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Mei Kong RN, MSN, Assistant Vice President, Corporate Patient Safety and Employee Safety, NYC Health and Hospitals Corporation

Mei Kong is the Assistant Vice President, Corporate Patient Safety and Employee Safety at New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation. She leads the patient safety and employee safety initiative and programs for the Corporation. Mei directs a range of strategic initiative to successfully target process improvements and change culture such as TeamSTEPPS, Just Culture, Disruptive Behavior, Coaching, Patient Engagement/Involvement, Medication Safety, and other clinical and patient safety processes. She has presented locally and nationally on patient safety and nursing topics. Mei is a published author in several peer reviewed journals including Gastroenterology Nursing and Clinical Simulation in Nursing. She is an adjunct professor at Long Island University and New York College of Health Professions, teaching Bachelor of Science Degrees in Nursing and Masters in Nursing Administration, as well as hot topics for health care professionals.
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You can find Mei Kong and her colleague Marlene Dacken in theCreating and Sustaining Joy & Meaning and Safety in the Workplacetrack in Session 102 from 9:45AM â€" 10:45 AMon Thursday during Congress.
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Mei Kong RN, MSN, Assistant Vice President, Corporate Patient Safety and Employee Safety, NYC Health and Hospitals Corporation


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This week's Speaker in the Spotlight: Mei Kong RN, MSN , Assistant Vice President, Corporate Patient Safety...


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This week's Speaker in the Spotlight: Mei Kong RN, MSN , Assistant Vice President, Corporate Patient Safety...


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Patients, their caregivers, and other members of the public also might be unfamiliar with palliative care, says Mei Kong, RN, MSN, assistant vice president of corporate patient and health safety for New York City Health and Hospitals Corp.

"We encourage patients, advocates, and family members to learn about palliative care," Kong adds.
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One way to do this is through a palliative care pamphlet that talks about when patients/caregivers should contact palliative care, and what the criteria are, Kong says.
"A booklet teaches patients to speak up about their care," Kong says. "We hope we're fostering a healthy relationship and exchanging information."
Health systems should teach their staff to speak to patients about their disease process and treatment options, she says.
"Have patients tell us what they want, what their articulated goals are," she says.
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Doctors and case managers might think they know what the patient wants, but until they ask, this isn't certain, Kong says.
"We have to communicate and ask patients what they really want and work with the team to make sure we're all on the same page," she adds. "It's an important component."

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