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Effect of a comprehensive obstetric patient safety program on compensation payments and sentinel events.
Grunebaum A, Chervenak F, Skupski D. Am J Obstet Gynecol. 2011;204:97-105.
Implementing a comprehensive safety program, which included teamwork training, additional staffing and reduction of work hours, electronic medical records, and a dedicated patient safety nurse, was associated with a sharp reduction in malpractice lawsuits and sentinel events at an academic hospital.
Princeton, NJ: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation; November 2010.
Part I of this three-part series examines the quality improvement experience of four health care organizations and one state government. Part II examines how nursing intersects with health information technology implementation efforts. Part III examines how the design of the care environment affects patient outcomes.