AHRQ Releases WebM&M

May 4, 2015    |   By: Calevir

The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) has released the May 2015 WebM&M, morbidity & mortality rounds on the web.  Cases and commentaries includes Errors in Sepsis Management, Transitions in Adolescent Medicine, and Departure From Central Line Ritual.

Perspectives on Safety include “Using Video to Assess Quality and Safety” includes an interview between Dr. Robert Wachter, Editor, AHRQ WebM&M, and Dr. John D Birkmeyer, a practicing general surgeon and internationally recognized health services researcher with expertise in performance management, hospital efficiency, and value-based purchasing.

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