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NIHCM Foundation. Washington DC: National Institute for Health Care Management. August 2, 2022.

Preventable maternal morbidity is an ongoing challenge in the United States. This infographic shares general data and statistics that demonstrate the presence of racial disparities in maternal care that are linked to structural racism. The resource highlights several avenues for improvement such as diversification of the perinatal staffing and increased access to telehealth.

Kelman B. Kaiser Health News. April 29, 2022.

Technological solutions harbor unique risks that can result in patient harm. This article shares a response to reports of automated dispensing cabinet (ADC) menu selection limitations that contribute to mistakes. The piece suggests the implementation of a 5-letter search requirement prior to removing a medication from an ADC. It provides an update on industry response to this forcing function recommendation.

Ralston W. Wired Magazine. November 11, 2020.

Health information system downtime can affect patient safety. This story discusses a ransomware incident that affected patient care and the potential ramifications of a legal examination of accountability for the information system failure that contributed to a patient death.
Renault M. Wired Online. 2020.
The emergence of telemedicine as a primary mode of health care delivery in response to the COVID-19 pandemic is seen as a tool to improve safety and access, yet gaps in access to the requisite technologies exist. This article examines how technological limitations present safety issues to patients, such as unreliable access to personal computers, cell phones and robust internet connections.