Thinking of joining a Patient Safety Organization (PSO)?
Is the Center for Patient Safety’s (CPS) PSO right for you?
Going through the steps to join a PSO can be confusing, time consuming, and financially restrictive.
We can reduce the confusion by helping you understand the benefits of PSOs. Please contact us to discuss the benefits of PSO participation for your organization. We’re happy to answer your questions.
We can minimize your time commitment to join our PSO. We’ve developed an onboarding program that we will customize to fit your organization’s needs. Our expert team members will walk you through every step. You’ll have direct, ongoing communication with our Patient Safety Expert and all the tools you need to implement quickly and efficiently. The sooner you join, the sooner you can begin receiving the benefits of participation!
We make participation with our PSO affordable to encourage participation.. CPS has been a federally-designated Patient Safety Organization (PSO) since 2009, and we’ve been working to improve patient safety since we opened our doors in 2005. We are one of the largest and most active PSOs in the country with an enhanced focus on patient safety. We make participation affordable to encourage participation.
We’re here to help you improve patient safety at your organization. We want you to be successful!
We work with thousands of providers across the country, and across the continuum of care, every day and we have the experience and knowledge to help you set up everything you need to become an active member in our PSO. See who we work with!
CPS works across the continuum of care
CPS works with providers across the care continuum, creating a broad-spectrum of learning from our deep-rooted, provider-specific programs.
You can be certain that we have a team member with expertise in your area. Our dedicated team of patient safety experts are here to make the process easy.
How to find out more about your participation with a PSO
How to join the CPS PSO
Once the decision is made to join, we’ll walk you through the implementation process. Implementation can take anywhere from a few days to several months:
What does it cost to participate with the CPS PSO?
Most PSOs charge for participation, others may build it in to a suite of services. CPS is a not-for-profit organization, dedicated to improving patient safety. Our annual charge is minimal and varies by provider. For hospitals, the cost is based on staffed beds. For other, smaller provider groups, a flat rate is available. As a PSO participant, you receive additional discounts and offers on our culture services, including the safety culture assessment and culture training programs.
What do you get from CPS?
Once your agreement is executed, you’ll immediately have access to the following CPS PSO benefits and services:
Complete the form below to find out more about our PSO services or get an estimate for your organization.
What our clients say
“I am new to the PSO, and was given the opportunity to ask questions. The objectives of the PSO were also explained in depth to me. I was able to be walked through the computer program. The assistance with everything was much appreciated.” – Stephanie Wahoski, Warren County Ambulance District
“Our work with the CPS PSO has far exceeded our expectations…The CPS PSO provided much needed assistance in creating our work processes” – Vereline Johnson, Saint Francis Medical Center
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