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National Health Service.
Data surveillance and transparency are core to measuring and informing improvement efforts. This website provides detailed data that links ambulatory care prescribing activity to National Health Service hospitalizations in an effort to clarify potential adverse medication events. The dashboard launched tracking gastrointestinal bleeding as an indicator of a medication-related adverse result and will expand to other indicators and conditions over time.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; CDC.
The opioid crisis is a persisting patient safety problem. One approach to prevent misuse of opioids is to raise awareness of the addictive nature of the medication. This national campaign enlists communities and individual clinicians to provide patient education to address the opioid epidemic. The website offers videos and other resources to assist community-level efforts to reduce risk for opioid addiction.

Rockville, MD: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality; December 2014.

Standardization has been embraced as a strategy to improve health literacy and to reduce patient misunderstanding of medication instructions. This tool provides standard language that clarifies directions for patients regarding when they should take their medications.
Silver Spring, MD: United States Food and Drug Administration; October 31, 2014.
Studies have shown that pharmacist involvement can prevent medication errors. To help patients take their medications safely, this consumer update discusses pharmacists as participants in a government drug information center and reveals the top five questions submitted along with their corresponding answers.
Rockville, MD: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality; July 2018.
The AHRQ Surveys on Patient Safety Culture™ (SOPS®) Community Pharmacy Survey and accompanying toolkit were developed to collect opinions of community pharmacy staff on the safety culture at their pharmacies.

Chicago, IL: Health Research and Educational Trust, Institute for Safe Medication Practices, Medical Group Management Association; 2009.

This trio of modules provides ambulatory medical practices with tools to develop teamwork, assess culture and processes, and improve medication safety.
Massachusetts Coalition for the Prevention of Medical Errors; Betsy Lehman Center for Patient Safety and Medical Error Reduction; Massachusetts Medical Society.
This form can help patients document their prescriptions and other health information prior to visits with health care providers.