PROTECTING. LEARNING. PREVENTING.

Preventing adverse events to the greatest extent possible can only occur when a safety culture exists and supports the discussion of events and the implementation of best practices. The Center for Patient Safety supports the creation and maintenance of a safety culture and offers services to measure and improve healthcare culture.
  • Safety Culture Survey
  • Comprehensive Unit-Based Safety Program (CUSP)
  • Just Culture
  • TeamSTEPPS
  • Second Victim Intervention
 

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Safety Alert – Medication Shortages:

Medication Shortages: Adversely affect drug therapy Can cause complications in medical procedures Contribute to medication errors Create frustration for providers & patients ACTIONABLE ITEMS TO MITIGAT

Using Culture in Your Organization:

This article is an excellent read!  Patient safety culture and patient safety are the buzzwords these days, but what are some actions to help you improve your patient safety culture? First, understand the

Administering a Culture Survey:

IF IT’S EASY, YOUR PROBABLY NOT DOING IT RIGHT. Why assess your culture? You can improve what you measure. Without measuring, you have no way to know if you are improving. These statements are espe

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The Center for Patient Safety believes that collaboration and sharing are the best ways to drive improvement. We strive to provide the right solutions and resources to improve healthcare safety and quality.