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ProPublica. March 23, 2016; Kaiser Family Foundation's Barbara Jordan Conference Center, Washington, DC.
Reporting mechanisms to share performance data with consumers have been launched in an effort to increase transparency, but there are criticisms regarding their usefulness. In response to the launch of the Surgeon Scorecard, this session features a discussion on causes of patient harm, the role of transparency in enhancing safety, and the value of publicly available data in assisting in provider selection. Featured panelists include Dr. Ashish Jha and Dr. Martin Makary.
Meeting/Conference > Canada Meeting/Conference
Canadian Patient Safety Institute. October 8–9, 2019; Sheraton Hotel Newfoundland, St. John's, NL.
This conference will share care improvement experiences of providers, policymakers, and health care executives from the four Atlantic Canadian Provinces. Topics covered will include patient engagement, staff well-being, the role of technology and innovation in health care, and patient safety measurement. Jeffrey Braithwaite is a featured speaker.
Audiovisual > Audiovisual Presentation
Washington, DC: Project Hope. November 6, 2018
To Err Is Human was released almost 2 decades ago and continues to influence a growing area of study aimed at improving health care and reducing medical error. This in-person and streaming event covered topics discussed in a special issue that explored progress since the report was released, new challenges, and success stories such as communication-and-resolution programs and the use of checklists.
Journal Article > Study
Nonpunitive medication error reporting: 3-year findings from one hospital's primum non nocere initiative.
Potylycki MJ, Kimmel SR, Ritter M, et al. J Nurs Adm. 2006;36:370-376.
The investigators conducted a survey to inform the implementation of a nonpunitive medication error reporting policy and educational workshop. A comparison to post-initiative findings revealed that staff perception of reporting improved after the educational initiative.