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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.
Washington, DC: Leapfrog Group; March 2015.
National hospital quality reports aim to provide benchmarks on safety and other quality measures, though questions remain regarding their universal applicability to gauge improvement. This analysis of the 2014 Leapfrog Hospital Survey results found that while the majority of hospitals employed computerized provider order entry (CPOE), not all systems provided appropriate warnings to prevent potentially harmful orders, suggesting CPOE systems still need improvement to augment safety.
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Silverspring, MD: US Food and Drug Administration.
This Web site provides access to large publicly available datasets for adverse drug events to enable developers, researchers, and consumers to use this information when designing medication safety improvement plans or projects. Planned updates to this site include data on recalls and product documentation.