Center Releases 2013 Annual Report

March 24, 2014    |   By: Calevir

The Center for Patient Safety has recently released the 2013 Annual Report. In addition, the Center has provided a 2013 PSO Report that highlights and summarizes the data found in the Patient Safety Organization (PSO) database.

We hope you will see the value in the  work that is being done by the Center in collaboration with many healthcare providers across the  nation to improve the safety of healthcare delivery and the reduction of patient harm.

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2013 Annual Report     2013 PSO Report

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