October 2, 2012 | By: Calevir
The Center was pleased to host two 2nd Victim Workshops in September. They were inspiring and helpful to remind us how important it is to support health professionals that are impacted by unexpected clinical events and errors, in addition to patients and families! For more about the University of Missouri Health System’s 2nd Victims Program go to http://www.muhealth.org/body_foryouteam2ndvic.cfm?id=6833.
The Center is excited to be part of the most recent NAEMT report, Patient Safety in EMS, which helps the EMS community understand the role of Patient Safety Organizations (PSO’s) in supporting an e
Last week Dr. Donald Berwick, past CEO of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, stated, “To Me, Safety Fatigue Would Be Like Breathing Fatigue or Heart Beat Fatigue”. Read his interesti
Let Verge Health and the Center for Patient Safety help you meet the January 1, 2017, CMS requirement with ease. Join one of these webinars: Hospital PSO 101, December 15th at 2:00pm EST EMS PSO 101, De
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