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Just Culture, It’s the Secret Sauce When It Comes to Patient Safety:

  “We don’t make mistakes here.” That’s what the Chief of an Emergency Medical Services (EMS) agency told us recently when discussing patient safety. On the surface, the comment might seem con

3 Patient Safety Takeaways from Pinnacle EMS 2018:

Every year EMS leaders from across the country gather for a conference called Pinnacle.  While there are many sessions with various specific topics I generally try to leave the conference with some emergi

EMS Patient Safety Coordinator, Shelby Cox:

The Center for Patient Safety is pleased to announce the recent hiring of Shelby Cox to the new EMS Patient Safety Coordinator position.  Shelby brings many years of EMS experience and a strong passion fo

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