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Journal Article > Commentary
Ten years after the IOM report: engaging residents in quality and patient safety by creating a house staff quality council.
Fleischut PM, Evans AS, Nugent WC, et al. Am J Med Qual. 2011;26:89-94.
This commentary describes one hospital's approach to engage residents in improving patient safety.
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Chase Coffey, MD, MS; November 2010
A man returns to the emergency department 11 days after hospital discharge in worsening condition. With no follow-up on a urine culture and sensitivity sent during his hospitalization, the patient had been taking the wrong antibiotic for a UTI.
Journal Article > Study
Timely follow-up of abnormal outpatient test results: perceived barriers and impact on patient safety.
Moore C, Saigh O, Trikha A, Lin JJ. J Patient Saf. 2008;4:241-244.
Physicians reported dissatisfaction with their ability to follow up on test results in a timely fashion, with resident physicians frequently reporting an inability to check test results in less than 1 week. The need for standardized methods for following up test results in ambulatory care was noted in a prior study.