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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Interested in the following healthcare provider types:

EMSLTCASCHome HealthPharmacyHospitalMedical Office/Physician

Interested in the following patient safety opportunities:

PSO ServicesCulture AssessmentCulture EducationPatient Safety EducationSpeaking Engagement

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CPS Safety Alert – Violence Against Healthcare Workers:

SAFETY ALERT: Violence Against Health Care Workers Includes: Verbal Threats Hitting Biting Scratching Kicking Stalking Harassment ACTIONABLE ITEMS TO MITIGATE RISK Review policies and education of staff pe

CENTER FOR PATIENT SAFETY RECOGNIZES LEE COUNTY EMS:

Lee County EMS is awarded the EMS Patient Safety First Award Left to Right – Field Training Officer Fred Jackson, EMS Chief, Ben Abes, Capt. Colin Johnson (Patient Safety Team Leader), Lt. Shane Rack

Approach to Safety:

The Center for Patient Safety agrees with Dr. Tejal Gandhi’s advocacy for “a total systems approach to safety” — where safety is at the core of health care delivery across the continuum and a

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RESOURCES:

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.