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Search results for "Institutional Reporting"
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Luther K, Resar RK. Healthc Exec. Jan/Feb 2013;28:84-87.
This commentary describes a four-step process to help frontline caregivers identify and address safety concerns, such as interruptions in daily work.
O'Reilly KB. American Medical News. February 20, 2012.
McCook A. Anesthesiology News. Sept 2011;37:9.
This news article highlights a program at Johns Hopkins Medicine that engages clinician reporting of errors and near misses to improve patient safety.
Thrall TH. Hosp Health Netw. 2008 December;82:42-4, 1.
ISMP Medication Safety Alert! Acute Care Edition. October 5, 2006;11:1-2.
This article outlines an organizational plan to prepare an effective and just response to medical error.
ISMP Medication Safety Alert! Acute Care Edition. September 7, 2006;11:1-3.
This article discusses the difference between a blame-free and just culture and describes why the latter will effectively sustain and support patient safety efforts.
Santell JP. Drug Topics (Health-System Edition). May 22, 2006.
This article reports on errors involving neuromuscular blocking agents (NMBAs) that were reported to Medmarx database, what factors contributed to those errors, and what can be done to minimize their occurrence.
Ostrom CM. The Seattle Times. May 21, 2005.
This article reports how one medical center changed their preoperative procedures after a "near miss." The hospital's patient-safety approach is designed to openly identify and evaluate incidents to prevent future mistakes.
Zeis M. HealthLeaders Media. July/August 2013;16:26-28.
This article reports on the results of a survey investigating the use of metrics in hospitals to motivate quality and safety improvement work.
Babcock CR. Bloomberg News. May 1, 2013.
Sun LH. Washington Post. August 2, 2011.
This newspaper article reports on one hospital's implementation of an alert system designed to encourage frontline personnel to report close calls.
Case study: sustaining a culture of safety in the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Health Care System.
Chase D, McCarthy D. Quality Matters. April/May 2010.
Talaga T, Cribb R. Toronto Star. March 19, 2007.
This article discusses disclosure of medical errors and shares stories from several Canadian hospitals on their policies for disclosing adverse events.
Newsweek. October 16, 2006:44-68, 72.
This "Health for Life" series features 10 case studies about patient safety and quality improvement efforts as well as several short articles on safety-related topics such as disclosure and computerizing medical care.
Bramson K, Mooney T. Providence Journal. August 18, 2006.
This article reports on a case of mistaken identity that resulted in erroneous surgery, despite a "time out" before beginning the operation.