Sorrel King advocates for improving communication between caregivers and patients and families, and involving patients and families as active members of their healthcare team.
MOCPS speakers offer their expertise on Patient Safety, Just Culture, Transparency, Disclosure, Healthcare Acquired Infections, Reimbursement, Health Care Reform and more
Falls are the leading cause of injury deaths among elderly.Â We can help our older familyÂ members and friends by assessing their risk for a fall and taking action to change their environment and reduce those risks.Â It is also very important to be certain health care providers are aware when our loved ones are
MOCPS Press Release featured in the Aug. â€“ Oct., 2011, edition of the Missouri Board of Nursing newsletter, which goes to all nurses licensed in Missouri!
The Missouri Center for Patient Safety, MOCPS, an independent, nonprofit located in Jefferson City, announced Brent VanConia is a new member of its board of directors.
MOCPS is at the Missouri EMS Conference and Expo on July 28th in Branson, Missouri, with the Missouri Ambulance Association to focus on the Missouri EMS PSO Project, where we are today, and where we hope to see it five years from now!
Effective new strategies rally hospital unit team members to improve patient care and safety with a new level of practical collaboration citing â€œWhat you permit, you promote.â€ Jefferson City, Missouri – July 21, 2011 — As part of the Missouri Center for Patient Safetyâ€™s initiative, People, Priorities & Learning Together, 13 Missouri hospitals have joined