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Perspectives on Safety > Perspective
with commentary by Deborah Woodcock, MS, MBA; Robby Bergstrom, Safety of Medical Scribes, August 2019
This piece explores the role medical scribes play in health care, how to implement and evaluate a scribe program, and recommendations to reduce variations in scribe practice.
Journal Article > Commentary
Simpson RL. Nurs Manage. June 2005;36:21-24,56.
This author highlights how error reporting can improve patient safety when supported by information technology, legislation, and a culture of safety.
Journal Article > Study
The limits of knowledge management for UK public services modernization: the case of patient safety and service quality.
Currie G, Waring J, Finn R. Public Admin. 2008;86:363-385.
This article analyzes the implementation of the United Kingdom's error reporting system, the National Reporting and Learning System, and addresses the cultural conflicts between physicians, nurses, and managers inherent in implementing such a system.